If you are a patient that’s missing most or all of your natural teeth, or you’re living with clunky, ill-fitting dentures that don’t stay put, we’re here to help! Your Cornelius dentist, Dr. Whalen at Whalen Dentistry can create custom, life-like dentures that stay right where you want them to – so you can get back to living your life without worrying about your teeth.
At Whalen Dentistry, we take the time to listen to all of your concerns, and to come up with a solution that fits your needs. We are careful and precise in creating the perfect set of dentures just for you. Crafted with beautiful tooth colored porcelain, your new dentures will look just like your natural teeth – only better! Not only will they look natural, but they will function just the same. Our dentures are secure, durable, and are cared for just like your natural teeth.
If you are a good candidate for dental implants – meaning you have sufficient jawbone health and density to support implants – we can lock your dentures in place for the most secure fit with implant-supported dentures. This is the best option for our denture patients. No more messy goops or pastes or dentures that rock, slip and slide. No more worrying that your dentures will slip out of place during a meal or a conversation. Implant-supported dentures mimic your natural teeth in form and function, and help preserve your oral and jawbone health!
There are many benefits to replacing missing teeth with dentures at Whalen Dentistry:
Don’t let missing teeth or ill-fitting dentures prevent you from living your best life, or having a smile your grandkids will remember for a lifetime. If you have any questions about dentures or would like to schedule a consultation with your Cornelius dentist – Dr. Ryan S. Whalen at Whalen Dentistry – give us a call today at (704) 621-4454 – New Patients or (704) 655-2292 – Current Patients.
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