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Rediscover Your Smile with Dentures at Reagin Family Dentistry

At Reagin Family Dentistry, we recognize the significance of a confident smile, and we are committed to delivering tailored dental solutions for our community. If you’re thinking about dentures, you’re in the right place. Our team is here to support you every step of the way, ensuring that you regain the comfort and aesthetics you deserve. This dental education guide aims to provide you with all the necessary information about dentures and how we can help you rediscover your smile.

Interested in learning more about denture options? Reach out to Reagin Family Dentistry today to book a consultation.

What are Dentures?

Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth and adjacent tissues. They are typically made of acrylic resin, sometimes combined with various metals, and play a crucial role in restoring both function and appearance. Dentures can either be complete or partial, depending on the number of teeth that need to be replaced.

How are Dentures Made?

The denture creation process involves multiple steps over approximately one month and five appointments. It begins with an initial diagnosis, followed by impressions, a wax try-in for color, shape, and fit assurance, and finally, the placement of your custom denture after minor adjustments. The dental laboratory meticulously crafts the denture using the “lost wax” technique, ensuring a precise fit and natural appearance. Whether you need complete dentures for upper or lower jaws, immediate dentures, or overdentures that fit over natural teeth or implants, Reagin Family Dentistry has you covered.

What are the Different Types of Dentures?

When it comes to dentures, there are various options available to suit your needs. To determine the most suitable type for you, it is recommended that you consult with your dentist.

Below, you can explore and learn more about the different types of dentures:

How to Adjust Faster to New Dentures

Getting accustomed to your dentures takes time and patience. During the initial weeks, they might feel awkward or bulky, but your mouth will adjust. To help ease the transition, here are some tips to consider:

How to Take Care of Your Denture?

Caring for your dentures is crucial for their longevity and your oral health. Follow these steps to ensure proper maintenance:

Your Trusted Partner for Comfortable Dentures

At Reagin Family Dentistry, we prioritize your oral health. If you encounter any problems or alterations with your dentures, feel free to contact us. Our team is available for prompt adjustments, repairs, and professional guidance. Rediscover the delight of a natural-looking smile with custom-tailored dentures designed specifically for you.

Book your appointment today and let us be your trusted partner in dental care.

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