Custom dentures are more than artificial teeth. They're one of the most cost-effective ways to restore both your smile and your confidence. Complete Dentistry of Midland's team of licensed dentists and denturists are experts when it comes to fitting and making dentures. Located in Midland, North Carolina, the knowledgeable team can help you look and feel like yourself again with the right denture option for your needs. Call or schedule a consultation online today.
The expert cosmetic dentists and licensed denturists at Complete Dentistry of Midland offer a range of complete treatment options for women and men of all ages. From the preliminary consultation to completed dentures, or a later denture relining or repair, you can trust this expert team to deliver nothing but the best. Your denture options include:
The licensed denturists at Complete Dentistry of Midland construct all of their dentures on location in their dental labs. This can be a great comfort and advantage since you can see your dentures as they're being made. Along the way, your denturist can modify the fit and make changes to ensure your final smile is one you adore.
Have you lost your teeth as a result of an illness, injury, or prolonged decay? Do you need full dentures? If so, immediate dentures might be the right choice for you. Immediate dentures offer you the benefit and convenience of never having to be without teeth. One thing to consider, however, is that immediate dentures need to be regularly relined. Relining helps ensure a comfortable, precise fit as your mouth heals from the loss of your natural teeth and the transition to dentures.
Book a free consultation at Complete Dentistry of Midland to learn more and determine if immediate dentures are the best solution for you. Unlike full dentures, which replace all of your natural teeth, partial dentures only replace missing teeth. the denturist or dentist measures your jaw and makes models of your mouth. These models allow them to build your dentures in-office, in their lab quickly and efficiently. Partial dentures with metal frames do not need dental adhesives to stay in place. They have clasps that securely anchor to existing teeth.
Acrylic partial dentures are another option. On the one hand, they tend to be cheaper than metal partials, but on the other hand, they don't last as long. They are typically used to replace front teeth as a temporary solution while the dentist constructs permanent partials or bridges.
Complete Dentistry of Midland's licensed denturists can repair full or partial custom dentures while you wait or in a few hours, depending on the repairs needed. Denture repairs are completed on-site.
Call today or schedule a denture consultation online to learn more.