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Restore your Missing Teeth

If you’re missing one or more of your natural teeth in Fox Point, the team at Fox Point Dental Studio is here to help. Dr.Krenzke specializes in custom-fitted full and partial dentures and are here to help you get your smile back. Contact us today for an appointment.

Tooth Extraction & Denture Preparation
Comfortable, Natural Dentures
Fast Treatment Times

Dentures at Fox Point Dental Studio

Dentures are a time-tested, convenient, and fast way to restore your smile after tooth loss. Need to restore your smile and your bite? Fox Point Dental Studio is the best choice.

Be Proud of your Smile

Losing a tooth can impact your self-esteem and confidence, and make you feel embarrassed about how your smile looks.

Get Rapid Results

It only takes a few appointments over several weeks to completely restore your smile with dentures.

Treatment for All Cases

Whether you’ve lost one tooth or all of your teeth, we can restore your smile with a set of partial or full dentures.

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"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

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Explaining the benefits of dentures

The Benefits of Dentures

Dentures have a number of great benefits if you need to restore your smile after tooth loss. First, they are very affordable, compared to other treatments like dental implants and dental bridges. Dentures are also usually covered by dental insurance, which further reduces their cost and makes them more affordable. If you’re on a tight budget but want to restore your smile, dentures are definitely a good option. 

You’ll also be able to smile, speak, and eat normally once again once your dentures are placed. If you’re missing one, several, or most of your natural teeth, it may be difficult for you to live your day-to-day life, but dentures can help.

What to Expect From the Dentures Process

Whether you’re getting full or partial dentures, the fitting process is quite similar. Note, however, that you will need to have all of your remaining teeth extracted if you are having full dentures.

Dr.Krenzke will first confirm that you are a good candidate for dentures. Then, they will take dental impressions and create a bite mold of your teeth and gums. This information will be sent to a dental lab, where your first set of test dentures will be made.

You’ll come back in a few weeks when your wax test dentures arrive at our office. Then, you’ll try them on and Dr.Krenzke will examine them. If needed, your test dentures will be sent back to the lab for adjustments. This process will be repeated until your dentures fit perfectly. Once we finalize the design of your dentures, they’ll be built and sent to our office.

Dentures being examined
Explaining the benefits of dentures

The Denture Fitting Process

To begin the denture fitting process, you’ll come to Fox Point Dental Studio for a comprehensive oral exam and consultation with Dr.Krenzke. Scans, impressions, and x-rays will be taken of your mouth and your jaw to measure your gums, your bite, and any remaining teeth.

Then, we will send this information to a dental lab where your initial set of test dentures will be made. These consist of a set of teeth with a wax base, which is designed based on the information obtained by Dr.Krenzke during your initial consultation.

Once your test dentures arrive at our office, you’ll come back to try them on. Dr.Krenzke will take notes about the fit, ask you about how they feel, and talk to you about your preferences on how your new smile will look, including the size, shade, shape, and positioning of the teeth.

After recording all of this information, it will be sent to a dental lab again, and another set of test dentures will be made and sent back to our office. Depending on your case, this process may be repeated several times in total, until the fit is absolutely perfect.

Once you and Dr.Krenzke have determined that your set of test dentures look and feel perfect, they will put in the final order for your permanent set of dentures, which will be made from durable acrylic materials.

At your final appointment, you’ll get your dentures, as well as instructions on how to wear them and how to care for them. Usually, you’ll also schedule a follow-up appointment in a few weeks, so that Dr.Krenzke can check the fit of your dentures and make a few tweaks and adjustments.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dentures

Are Full or Partial Dentures Right for Me?

Partial dentures are a good option if you’re just missing a few of your teeth. Full dentures are only recommended if you’ve lost most or all of your natural teeth since all of your remaining teeth must be extracted before you can get full dentures.

How Long Do Dentures Last?

Most patients keep a set of dentures for about 5-8 years. They do get worn out over time and will need to be replaced to keep your smile strong and healthy. Make sure to come to our office for regular oral exams every six months to ensure that your dentures are in good shape.

Am I A Candidate For Dentures?

This depends on your oral health, your budget, and your personal preferences, as well as which type of dentures you’re interested in getting at Fox Point Dental Studio. We recommend that you schedule a consultation at our office to determine if dentures are right for you.

You may be a good candidate for partial dentures if you’re only missing one or a few of your teeth. Partial dentures can be used to replace these teeth while leaving your healthy teeth in place. However, you may also be a good candidate for treatment with dental implants or a dental bridge. Dr.Krenzke can explain all of your options at your consultation.

Full dentures are recommended only for patients with serious chronic oral health issues, or who have already lost most or all of their teeth. This is because you must have all of your remaining teeth extracted to get them, even if they’re healthy.

As an alternative to full dentures, Dr.Krenzke may recommend full-arch dental implants, which use a series of 4-6 dental implants to support a set of dentures. While they are more expensive, full-arch implants look, feel, and function more naturally than traditional dentures, and last a lot longer, too.