Dentures in Mt. Laurel, NJ
At Precision Facial Esthetics, we want to do everything we can to help you attain the smile of your dreams. In order to achieve this, some patients request partial dentures or full dentures to replace their teeth. If you have any further questions that aren’t answered below or want to make an appointment to see if dentures are right for you, please get in touch by phone or email and our team will be happy to assist you.Contact Us
Are dentures painful?
Patients who receive a new set of dentures can expect to feel some discomfort and soreness in the weeks following the procedure. The length and amount of pain really varies from patient to patient, and recovery time can also depend on how long you have been wearing dentures, if you’re getting immediate dentures, and other variables. Scheduling regular check-ups with your prosthodontist is recommended to make sure you are healing properly, especially if you start experiencing intense discomfort or pain.
How much do dentures cost?
The cost of dentures tends to be different for everyone, since each patient’s case is unique. Whether you are getting partial dentures or full dentures, as well as the number of teeth you need extracted and the kind of restoration you choose, will all affect the price. When you come to see us in person, our team can give you an estimate for your specific needs. We want to offer our patients affordable dentures that they will love, which is why we offer flexible financing options and a dental savers plan for those without insurance. If you are worried about paying for dentures, please contact our office and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.
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Can I eat normally with dentures?
When you first get temporary or permanent dentures, you’ll want to stick to soft foods until the soreness goes away and the healing process is complete. Once you have adjusted to your new false teeth, feel free to resume your normal eating habits. It may take longer to adjust to eating foods that are hard or sticky, but they are typically safe to eat with dentures. Chewing gum is not usually recommended for anyone with partial dentures or full dentures, as it can get stuck to them and in some cases, cause the dentures to loosen.