Affordable Options for Every Budget
Dentures have come a long way and now are available in many different options. At Gastonia Family Dentistry, we offer several different varieties of materials to best suit your personal preferences and budget. These new dentures are more comfortable and look better than ever before, giving you back the smile you thought was long gone. We offer both partial and full dentures for our patients, depending on their needs.
Full & Complete Dentures
If you have lost all your teeth or only have a few of your natural teeth remaining, full or complete dentures may be the best option for your dental issues. One of our experienced dentists at Gastonia Family Dentistry can fit you for complete dentures, creating a set that will be comfortable and match your natural smile. Unlike some of the denture options in the past, these new designs are customized to fit your mouth perfectly and even come with extended warranties to protect your investment. You will be amazed how comfortable the fit is with our dental prosthetics, and you’ll also be happy with the options available to fit your budget.
Not everyone needs a full set of dentures. If you have a few or several teeth missing, partial dentures may be the best solution. These prosthetic teeth attach to your existing teeth and look natural, while fitting comfortably in your mouth. No one will even know they are there except you.
At Gastonia Family Dentistry, our dentures are custom-made for each patient. However, as your mouth changes and adjusts to dentures, they don’t adjust to your mouth. This means that as time goes on your dentures may begin to feel too loose or too tight, you might experience chafing or irritation on your gums.
If your dentures no longer fit correctly, are damaged or are causing your discomfort, our dentists are able to offer services to fix these issues and any others you experience.
Which One is Best for You?
Don’t wait to get back your complete smile and enjoy the foods you love again. Contact Gastonia Family Dentistry today to schedule an appointment to learn more about our beautiful partial and complete denture options with Dr. Kingsbury, Dr. Hill, Dr. Briggs or Dr. Smigiel.
Root canals are done to relieve pain and restore health to the teeth. If you allow misconceptions to keep you from receiving necessary treatment, the pain of an infected tooth will become absolutely unbearable, and the damage so great that your tooth cannot be saved.