Dependable Denture Services

Partial and Complete Dentures

Dentures consist of a removable dental appliance that is used in the place of missing teeth. They closely resemble your natural teeth and can most definitely enhance your smile.

Partial dentures are used when you still have natural teeth remaining. This type of denture only fills in the spaces that are caused by missing teeth, to prevent your other teeth from shifting.

Complete dentures are used when all of your teeth have been removed and your gum tissue has healed. Due to their durability, your dentures can last for many years of normal wear.

Discover the Process of Receiving Dentures

After your consultation with one of our experienced dentists at Alpine Dental Center, you will go through a series of appointments to find the perfect denture fit for you. Contact our office today.

As mentioned previously, if all of your teeth have been pulled, it is best to wait 4 to 6 weeks for the gum tissue to completely heal before you wear your dentures.

After your gums are healed, you will attend several appointments to achieve the most natural and comfortable fit for your new dentures.
  • Impressions or molds are made of your mouth
  • Measurements of your mouth are taken
  • Try-in appointments are scheduled to ensure proper shape, color, and fit
  • Precise denture and placement of your custom dentures

Learn How to Properly Care for Your Dentures

If you follow the steps below when caring for your dentures, they are sure to last you a very long time.
  • Clean regularly
  • Avoid abrasive toothpaste
  • Be careful when handling your dentures, do not drop them
  • Do not bite directly into hard or crunchy foods with front teeth dentures
  • Soak and clean your dentures overnight
  • Follow up with your dentist with routine check-ups and cleanings
  • Contact Alpine Dental Center immediately if your dentures are damaged
Denture Consultation
Visit: 929 W. University Dr., Suite 100
We are proud members of the American Dental Association,
the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
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