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How The Denture Process Works

We meet for a one-on-one initial consultation to determine your candidacy for dentures & decide when the extraction of teeth will occur
Our team will compile x-rays, 3D scans & digital impressions of your teeth, gums & jaw as a means of designing your replacement teeth
We make the necessary extractions & then either: Your conventional dentures are fitted to your mouth once the gums have healed If you are a candidate for immediate dentures, the dentures will be created & placed right after the extraction process, allowing the healing process to begin underneath your replacement teeth

Perimeter Dental offers routine check ups to ensure the longevity of your complete dentures or partials.

*Under some circumstances, dental implants will be used to anchor the dentures more securely 

“Will I Ever Need to Replace My Dentures?”

Dentures, like natural teeth, undergo normal wear and tear as they’re used over time. While our full and partial dentures are designed to be incredibly durable, they may need to be replaced or realigned over time to help keep the alignment of the jaw normal and to maximize function.

Typically, your natural teeth would keep the jaw in place, but after the extraction of a tooth or set of teeth, there isn’t much keeping the jaw from shrinking or moving – and that’s where dentures come into play. Not only do they allow you to smile confidently and eat your favorite foods, but they also keep your jaw aligned for maximum comfort and longevity.

Have additional questions about our full and partial dentures? Looking to schedule your first appointment and receive your initial impressions?

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