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Dentures in Gainesville, GA
Restore your smile with beautiful dentures.
The dentists at Lanier Dental Group have been improving patients’ smiles with dentures in Gainesville, Georgia for years. We create a friendly, comfortable atmosphere for our patients, and we are happy create the best plan you’ll find that also fits your budget and dental needs. Contact us to schedule a same day appointment!
What are Dental Veneers?
Dentures are a removable solution for replacing missing teeth. They can be grouped into two types:
- Complete dentures
- Partial dentures
If you still have some healthy teeth, partial dentures can be a great option to restore your smile. If you have lost most or all your teeth, a complete denture set may be the best solution for you.
How do Dentures Work?
Complete / Full Dentures Care
Complete dentures are shaped to fit comfortably based on impressions and measurements of your mouth. If you do not have any healthy teeth, the remaining damaged teeth are removed to prepare your mouth for your new dentures. An acrylic base is placed over your gums, with a full set of natural-looking teeth.
Full Conventional Dentures:
Conventional dentures are placed after your mouth has healed from the process of removing teeth. Your dentures will not be ready until after your mouth has healed, as the jaw and gums reshape throughout the healing process.
Full Immediate Dentures:
If you don’t want to go without teeth while your mouth heals, you may opt for immediate dentures. Immediate dentures are prepared based on impressions of your mouth taken ahead of time, and are placed immediately after your teeth are removed.
Immediate dentures require readjustment after your mouth has healed, as the jaw and gums will have changed shape over months of healing.
Partial dentures are used when you still have some healthy teeth remaining to help complete your smile. They are connected by a metal frame and are sometimes supported by crowns placed over your natural teeth.
Taking Care of Dentures
You should take good care of your dentures just as you would with natural teeth. Brush them daily to remove food and plaque. Also brush your gums and tongue with a soft-bristle brush before putting your dentures in each day.
When not wearing your dentures, keep them in a cleaner solution or in cool or room-temperature water.
See your dentist for regular checkups to ensure that your dentures are in good condition.
Cost of Dentures
We work on your terms with your budget when it comes to dental veneers. We offer a variety of payments options and accept cash, checks and major credit cards. We also accept low and no-interest financing through third parties. Contact us to learn more about our insurance policy.
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Wonderful dental group! Everyone is courteous, professional and helpful. Lanier... read moreWonderful dental group! Everyone is courteous, professional and helpful. Lanier Dental Group is the best in town, they really "care" about their patients. They have me as a patient for life!! read lessJanet A.20/05/19
The greatest dentist office in the world. I could... read moreThe greatest dentist office in the world. I could not give anything but 10+| on everything if I could from the front office to the back the personnel and dentists are the best. read lessElaine M.12/06/19
First time getting teeth pulled. I got 3 teeth pulled.... read moreFirst time getting teeth pulled. I got 3 teeth pulled. One being a wisdom tooth.i had a good experiemce overall besides one of my teeth refusing to numb all the way... But that was my bodys fault.... The only thing i didn't like was how i felt like i was being pushed to get more teeth extracted than i could afford. read lessSummer H.28/03/19
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