Partial and Full Dentures to Create Your Dream Smile

Feel confident when you smile with a new set of dentures.
Partial and Full Dentures to Create Your Dream Smile
Partial & Full Dentures

Why Partial & Full Dentures?

Life and daily activities can become problematic if you start losing your teeth. From difficulty while eating, speaking, and smiling, loss of teeth can also result in loss of confidence. Missing teeth negatively impact other teeth and your overall face and mouth structure – including the cheeks and lips. Dentures can help restore your mouth to full functionality and improve your quality of life

What is the difference between partial and full dentures? 

There are two types of dentures – a complete full set and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all teeth are missing. Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.

What to Expect


Before your appointment, be sure to talk with your dentist about why you want to get dentures. Here are some of the most common reasons people choose this option for dental care:

  • Complete Denture - Loss of all teeth in an arch
  • Partial Denture - Loss of several teeth in an arch
  • Enhancing your smile and overall appearance
  • Improve chewing, speech, and digestion


The process of getting dentures requires several appointments, usually over several weeks to fully allow the healing process. Highly accurate impressions (molds) and measurements are taken and used to create your custom denture.

Several “try-in” appointments may be necessary to ensure proper shape, color, and fit. At the final appointment, your denture dentist will precisely adjust and place the completed denture, ensuring a natural and comfortable fit.


It is normal to experience increased saliva flow, soreness, and possible speech and chewing challenges after the procedure. This will subside as your mouth and muscles get used to the new dentures.

You will be given care instructions for your new set of dentures. Proper cleaning of your new dental appliance, good oral hygiene, and regular dental visits will aid in the life of your dentures.

Your First Visit

During your first visit, the dentist will evaluate your teeth to see what type of dentures you will need. There are two types of dentures that you can make: “conventional” or “immediate.” No matter which type you get, you will have impressions made of your mouth and gums. After this, you will have several more appointments to ensure that your dentures fit correctly and are the right shape for your mouth.

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Modern Dentistry

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Judgment-Free Office

Judgment-Free Office

We’re here to help you feel confident in your smile. We provide a safe, judge-free zone for any dental issue or concern you have.
On Your Schedule

On Your Schedule

Taking care of your dental health should fit within your schedule. We have flexible hours so you can get the care you need

and Financing

Are you worried about the cost of a visit to get partial or full dentures? Don’t panic. We work with your insurance plan and offer flexible payment plans for your convenience.

No Insurance?
No Problem.

Making An Appointment Is Easy

Don't have insurance? That's not a problem with us. We offer payment plans and accept most major credit cards, personal checks, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most common reasons that people get dentures?

Loss of some or all teeth; enhancing the overall appearance of a smile; and improving chewing, speech, and digestion.

How Often Should I see my General Dentist for dentures?
Dentures can easily cause irritation if they do not fit properly, so you must have them regularly inspected by your dentist. Visiting your general dentist regularly is vital to prevent cavities and gum disease after getting dentures.