Your dental health is important, and our patients’ safety is our top priority. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation and all CDC guidelines very closely.
At our dental practice, we offer dental care for the entire family. When it comes to getting dentures, we offer partial and full dentures, among other options, to replace gaps in your teeth and to provide you with a beautiful new smile. We are conveniently located and offer reasonable office hours designed to suit your busy schedule.
Planning for Dentures
Before deciding to opt for dentures, you will need to schedule an appointment with our office to discuss your current situation with our dental team. We will explain your options and provide you with cost comparisons to allow you to manage your expenses for these advanced dental appliances. You may need to schedule extractions of damaged or decaying teeth before you can be fitted with an upper or lower denture or both.
A Variety of Denture Types
Our expert dental staff can fabricate and apply a wide range of affordable quality dentures that include full or complete dentures, partial and flexible partial dentures that are designed to replace one or a few teeth. In addition to these types of dentures, you have the option to receive implant-supported denture which are secured in the lower jaw with two or four implants. Our dentures are cost-effective and allow you to start smiling with confidence once again.
How Much Do Dentures Cost?
The cost of your denture treatment will vary depending on the extent of work that must be performed before you receive your dentures and the type of dentures you want. Our office will work with you to find practical and cost-effective solutions for your teeth and your situation. We can help you with payment plans and other options that may reduce the financial strain associated with major dental work.
How Are Dentures Constructed?
Most denture plates are made of a strong acrylic material that can stand up to repeated use. Your false teeth typically consist of porcelain veneers over metal, making them strong and durable. These dental appliances work like your natural teeth and can provide added comfort and convenience for many of our patients.
What Is a Soft Reline for Dentures?
A soft denture reline is designed to provide greater comfort for wearers. These soft polymer linings fit into your dentures and reduce pressure on your gums, allowing you to avoid sore spots and pain sometimes associated with denture wear.
If you are looking for a competent dental provider for dentures in Sarasota, we are proud to offer the latest options and effective solutions for all your dental care needs. From implants to partials, we can help you achieve a brighter smile and a healthier bite with dentures. To learn more about the affordable quality dentures we offer, call us today. We would be happy to set up an initial consultation for you.