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Dentures – Belmont, NH

Convenient, Cost-Effective Tooth Replacement

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If you are missing one or more of your natural teeth, you may be all too familiar with the problems that those gaps in your mouth can cause. You may find it difficult to eat a balanced diet, and you might be embarrassed by the aesthetic consequences of an incomplete smile. Fortunately, modern dentistry offers a number of effective tooth replacement options, including dentures. The team at the Center for Contemporary denture is proud to provide these comfortable, natural-looking prosthetics.

Why Choose the Center for Contemporary Dentistry for Dentures?

What Are Dentures?

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A denture is a custom-made dental prosthetic that consists of a gum-colored base that supports a row of artificial teeth. They are usually constructed out of acrylic. Full dentures replace an entire arch of lost teeth. They stay in place with the help of natural suction or a mild adhesive. A partial denture fits in around the remaining natural teeth. Small attachments help it to remain secure during eating and speaking.

Some patients opt for implant-retained dentures, which are anchored in the jawbone via prosthetic tooth roots. They tend to be much sturdier and longer-lasting than their traditional counterparts.

Do You Need Dentures?

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You may benefit from a new denture if:

When you visit us for your dentures consultation, we will thoroughly examine your mouth and learn about your goals for your oral health. Then, we will recommend the type of denture that is the best fit for your circumstances.

Benefits of Dentures

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Traditional, non-implant dentures offer numerous benefits:

Cost of Dentures

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The cost of your denture will depend on numerous factors, including the specific type of denture you require and the materials used to make it. Whether you require any preparatory treatment, such as extractions or gum disease treatment, will also have a bearing on your out of pocket financial obligation. Our team will provide you with a candid estimate for the cost of your treatment during your consultation. We will also be happy to help you file insurance claims and explore financing options if necessary.

Are you interested in learning how dentures may be able to benefit you? Contact us today to schedule your restorative services consultation.

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