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Affordable Dentures and Implants Restorations

How to Find Affordable Dentures and Implants Restorations

We could provide same-day dentures but now all the patients are good candidates for these dentures. On the other hand, economy dentures usually require multiple visits for adjustments and realignment issues, in order to get an acceptable fit. The reason these are affordable dentures and implants is that these are generic dentures. They may not fit as comfortably or securely in the mouth so usually, a denture adhesive is needed in order to create a more secure fit. These can also be called standard dentures and are made by cold curing. These can look more artificial and don’t appear as high quality as some more expensive dentures. 


For dentures that are still affordable, ask your dentist about ones that are heat cured. These dentures can look more natural and are longer lasting when compared to cool cured ones that are more temporary. 

For most of our patients, we provide custom-made dentures (Heat Cured) where patients can select the color and size for their dentures. We encourage this process since wax forms, and/ or plastic patterns are in the exact shape and position of the denture to be made. During try-in, the denture will be assessed for color, shape, and fit before the final denture is cast. The patient will have the opportunity to see dentures before finalized.

To enhance satisfaction we provide denture adjustments after delivery. Our dentist will coordinate post-op visits at your convenience.

Most people want to replace missing teeth simply to regain their smile –and that’s a great reason.  However, missing teeth can have a big impact on your life in a lot of ways.  Spaces between your teeth may affect how you chew and eat, leading to nutritional and digestive issues. Even a single missing molar can affect how you chew. Without teeth to support the jaw structure, your facial features may start to look old and distorted, with sunken cheeks and skin wrinkling around the mouth. And, a lack of teeth can make it hard to talk.

While dentures are still a good option for many, modern dental techniques provide alternatives to traditional dentures to replace missing teeth, including implant-supported dentures.

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