I Need Dentures. Where Do I Start?

dentures being customized

Are you considering dentures but have no idea where to start? Rest easy because we’re here to guide you through the whole thing. Getting dentures can feel like a major step in your smile journey, but there’s no need to feel overwhelmed with the next steps. Here are all the basics of what you need to know:

Visit a Dentist

It’s easy to get lost in all the online searches and forums about dentures (and everything else health related, let’s be honest). Rather than ending up in a sea of information that’s hard to sort through on your own, the best thing you can do if you need dentures is to visit a dentist. By going directly to a dental professional, you’ll be able to get answers specifically based on what’s right for your oral health needs and smile goals.

At a dentist’s office, you can learn more about the different types of dentures out there, how much each one might cost you given your specific circumstances, and in some cases, whether or not you have any other treatment options available.

How Getting Dentures Works

Once you’ve talked with a dentist and decided on a denture treatment plan, the next step is making sure your oral health is ready for the dental appliance. That means checking that everything looks good with your jawbone and gums so that there are no issues with denture placement. After that, your dentist will work to design your dentures suited to the shape of your mouth so that there’s a comfortable fit. Lastly, you’ll come back to the practice for your denture fitting so any final adjustments can be made.

Custom Dentures at Three Creek Dentistry

If you’re ready to take the next step with dentures, give us a call at Three Creek Dentistry. We’d love to help you at our Derwood dental practice. We offer custom dentures as part of our restorative dental services, and we’d be happy to bring you in for a one-on-one consultation. It brings us joy to help our community achieve their best and brightest smiles!

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