Erin N. Macko, DDS

Frequently Asked Questions: Dentures- Complete and Partial

How can we help you?

We provide many quality dental treatments and services to our patients. Your dental health is our highest priority, and our care and advice can help guide you through a lifetime of bright and healthy smiles.

In order to better serve you, we've included a list of commonly-asked questions below.   

Dentures- Complete and Partial

Our complete dentures are fitted to rest safely and comfortably on your gumline, conforming to the unique contours of your jaw and gums. We provide strong, great-looking dentures that provide years of worry-free function and enjoyment. Eating will rarely, if ever, be a problem with our high-quality, secure sets of complete dentures.

Keep in mind that part of the fabrication includes trying them in to check the appearance. Have you ever noticed someone's dentures that look too prominent or too small for their face? This step helps you to avoid that problem.

Discover if our complete denture services are right for your smile. 
 

  1. There are several factors used to determine whether removable dentures, fixed (cemented) bridges, or implants are the best tooth replacement option for you. We use in-depth examination and analysis to determine which treatment method is best for your dental health and your smile. We will then make recommendations based on our analysis, providing a thorough explanation and answering all your questions and concerns.

To find out more about our denture and crown services, or to schedule an appointment, please contact our office today.    

We offer several effective cosmetic treatments that can drastically improve the quality of your smile. Our bonding, teeth whitening implant-supported tooth replacements, tooth-colored restorations and complete and partial denture services are available to anyone looking for a brighter and fuller set of teeth.   

We also deliver high quality preventive and diagnostic services to help to you maintain a clean, healthy, beautiful and long-lasting smile.

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