Dentures

Bethesda Chevy Chase Dental Care -  - General Dentistry

Bethesda Chevy Chase Dental Care

General Dentistry & Cosmetic Dentistry located in Bethesda, MD

Custom dentures are more than artificial teeth. They're one of the most cost-effective ways to restore both your smile and your confidence. Bethesda Chevy Chase Dental Care’s licensed denturists and dentists are experts at fitting and making dentures. Located in Bethesda, Maryland, the accomplished team is ready to help you look and feel your best again with a denture option that’s right for your lifestyle. Call or schedule a consultation online today.

Dentures Q & A

What kinds of dentures are offered?

Bethesda Chevy Chase Dental Care's expertly trained cosmetic dentists and licensed denturists offer a range of complete treatment options for patients of all ages. From the first consultation to finished dentures, or denture relining and repairs, this expert team offers the highest quality materials and overall experience. You have multiple dental options to choose from, including:

  • Metal framework partial dentures
  • Acrylic partial dentures
  • Dental implants and crowns
  • Denture relines
  • Soft denture liners
  • Implant-supported dentures

Your denturist can make adjustments and changes along the way to ensure the ideal fit and most aesthetically pleasing finished product.

Am I a good candidate for immediate dentures?

If you’ve lost your teeth as a result of illness, decay, or injury, and need full dentures, you may be a good candidate for immediate dentures. Immediate dentures offer you the benefit and convenience of never having to be without teeth. Be aware, though, that as your mouth heals from the loss of your natural teeth and immediate denture inserts, your dentures require relining to ensure the most comfortable and accurate fit over time.

Are partial dentures a better choice for me?

Schedule a free consultation at Bethesda Chevy Chase Dental Care to find out if partial dentures are a match for your dental needs. If you are a good candidate, your denturist or dentist will measure your mouth and build a model so they can construct your dentures as quickly and as efficiently as possible. Partial dentures with metal frames do not need dental adhesives to stay in place. They have clasps that securely anchor to existing teeth.

Acrylic partial dentures are another option. On the one hand, they tend to be cheaper than metal partials, but on the other hand, they don't last as long. Acrylic partials are usually a temporary solution for missing front teeth while the dentist makes permanent partials or bridges.

Call today or schedule a denture consultation online to learn more.