Dentures can help you achieve the smile you have been waiting for.
If you are experiencing severe tooth pain, gum irritation or inflammation or, if you have loose or shifting teeth, full or partial dentures may be the right option for you.
If you need to have teeth extracted or you already have missing teeth, call Smile Exchange to help you eat and speak like you used to.
You may already have dentures, but if they are painful, fit poorly or just don’t like the way they look, these are signs it could be time to replace your dentures.
What’s the cost of dentures?
We offer 3 styles of SmileDent dentures to fit your needs, starting at just $599.* We will review these affordable denture options, and the benefits of each, during your new patient exam.
Simple – $599 and available in 6 shades.*
Essential – $899 and available in 12 shades.*
Premier – $1,199 and available in 12 shades.*
Each of our affordable denture styles can be upgraded to a Plus package, which offers an immediate solution and permanent reline included at 6 months or after healing.
Same day dentures are available at some offices. Schedule your appointment now!
**Photos for illustrative purposes only. Your dentist will show you examples of each style during your consultation.
What denture option is right for you?
Smile Exchange will explain which denture option is right for you, and if you qualify for same-day dentures.
Full Dentures – Full dentures are right for you if you are missing all your teeth in one or both jaws. With full dentures, the new arch is supported either by your gums or dental implants.
Partial Dentures – Partial dentures are a solution if you’re only missing some teeth. Partial dentures can be supported by your gums, existing teeth or dental implants.
Immediate Dentures – Immediate dentures, also known as same-day dentures, are a great solution for individuals in need of teeth extraction who want an immediate solution for the missing teeth. With immediate dentures, a temporary, removable denture is made the same day as the teeth extraction, allowing patients to have fully functional dentures while their gums heal.
What to expect
On your first visit, our dentists will conduct a full examination with x-rays, and explain all your options to you. Then, the dentist will take an impression of your teeth so the dentures can be made.
Once the impressions come back from the lab, you will return to the office for any extractions and to place your dentures. Then, you will continue to have follow-up exams to ensure your gums are healing properly, and for adjustments to the fit.
Finally, once your gums have healed, you will come in for a final adjustment.
If you’re interested in dentures, schedule your exam today by calling 866-619-4017.
*Patient Loyalty Plan Pricing.