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Dentures and Partial Dentures – Owasso, OK

Custom-Made for a Fully Functional Smile

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Are one or more missing teeth hindering your confidence, bite, or speech? You’re not alone. Over 120 million Americans are missing at least one permanent tooth. Fortunately, Dr. Jayson D. Voto can create custom-made dentures to provide you with a fully functional smile. In fact, he has used his extensive education, advanced training, and genuine passion for his craft to help countless patients achieve their smile goals over the last 14+ years. Contact our office today to schedule your initial consultation!

Full Dentures

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If you are missing an entire arch of teeth, then full dentures in Owasso may be the solution you’ve been looking for. Not only can they restore your bite force for an enjoyable dining experience, but they are crafted from high-quality, natural-looking materials for a flawless finish. In fact, the gum-colored acrylic base and custom-made prosthetic teeth will allow you to smile confidently without feeling self-conscious about their appearance!

Partial Dentures

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Partials are similar to full dentures in their life-like look, lifespan, and durability. However, they are unique because they are ideal for patients who are missing several teeth in a single arch, and the base is connected to a removable metal structure. Don’t worry. This tooth replacement option is just as discreet since it fits seamlessly behind your existing teeth!

Implant-Retained Dentures

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Thanks to implant-retained dentures, patients can enjoy the unmatched durability of dental implants with dentures! With this modern approach to tooth replacement, dentures are anchored in place with titanium posts that are fused to your jawbone through the process of osseointegration. To learn if you are a candidate for this state-of-the-art alternative, schedule a consultation with Dr. Voto today.

Benefits of Dentures

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Have you been struggling with the challenges of missing one, multiple, or all of your teeth? If so, you understand how difficult it can be to perform daily activities like eating, speaking, and smiling without discomfort. As such, this can significantly impact your confidence and well-being. The good news is that opting for dentures offers a transformative solution, allowing you to proudly display a confident smile once more!

Psychological Benefits

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When you look in the mirror with your new dentures, you'll notice a significant boost in your confidence. Instead of feeling embarrassed, your mental state will receive a significant boost, allowing you to embrace what you see and feel comfortable sharing it with others. This will, in turn, improve your professional life, as you’ll likely feel more at ease giving presentations or even putting your name in for a promotion.

Clearer Enunciation

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Losing teeth can make speaking a challenge, affecting interactions with new acquaintances, meetings, or even chatting with your grandchildren. Thankfully, once you have your new dentures, you'll regain confidence in your speech. Pronouncing words and sentences will become easier, and any initial speech difficulties with dentures will improve with practice over time.

Improves Nutrition

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Tooth loss can lead to nutritional issues. For example, you might feel awkward trying to eat certain foods like steak or cooked vegetables. This could lead to using excuses like "I'm not hungry" more often. However, once you have a full set of teeth, you can freely enjoy meals with loved ones and savor your favorite dishes. This ensures your body gets the vital nutrients it needs to stay healthy and in top shape!

Preserves Oral Health

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Having gaps in your smile might make you less motivated to maintain your regular teeth-cleaning routine. Some people believe that with most or all of their teeth missing, oral hygiene isn't as important. However, neglecting oral care can lead to more severe issues down the line. Once you have dentures to fill those gaps, you'll experience improved oral health that will endure for years. You'll be more inclined to brush and floss daily, and you'll also lower your risk of developing gum disease.

Expands Opportunity

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Dentures offer more than just restoring your basic functions – they open doors in your personal and professional life. Whether you're re-entering the dating scene or aiming for a promotion at work, a complete smile plays a pivotal role in leaving a positive first impression. It can make a significant difference in how you present yourself in various aspects of your life.

Maintaining Dentures

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Thanks to high-quality materials and the latest dental techniques, dentures are cavity-resistant, durable solutions for patients who are missing one, a few, or an entire arch of teeth. However, they are by no means indestructible. To fully enjoy the benefits of your new and improved smile for years to come, it is important to prioritize their care by following the below best practices:

Understanding the Cost of Dentures

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Dentures have allowed countless patients to transform their daily life by providing them with a natural-looking, fully functional dental prosthetic that makes basic tasks like eating and speaking easier. We don’t want money to stand in the way of you and a life-improving treatment, which is why we’re happy to walk you through the cost of dentures in Owasso and provide you with the help you need to navigate the procedure financially.

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Factors that Affect the Cost of Dentures

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Not every denture is made equal, and by this, we mean that you’re able to customize your prosthetic to fit your needs. Here are three of the most notable factors that can impact the cost of your prosthetic:

  • Preparatory Treatments: Some patients need to have severely damaged or decayed teeth extracted before they receive their denture, whether it’s a full or partial prosthetic. If you’re showing signs of gum disease, it’s also a good idea to have this treated so the foundation of your smile is healthy.
  • Acrylic Materials: The base of dentures can be made from different types of acrylic, which is dyed to match the specific color of your gums. The type of acrylic you choose can affect the price.
  • Replacement Teeth: Just like the base of your dentures, you can also choose the materials that your replacement teeth are made from. Depending on your preferences, many patients choose to either have them crafted from acrylic or porcelain, which are both sturdy, customizable, and lifelike materials.

At the end of the day, it’s important to keep in mind that the least expensive option isn’t always the best choice for everyone. When it comes to a prosthetic that you’ll use every day for years, quality plays a massive role in how successful dentures in Owasso are for you.

Are Implant Dentures More Expensive?

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While implant dentures have a higher up-front price tag than traditional dentures, they actually have the ability to last up to four times longer. For example, a traditional denture typically needs to be replaced every 5 to 7 years, whereas an implant denture can last for multiple decades (as long as 30 years!)

Due to their more permanent structure that fuses with the jawbone, not only are they able to drastically outlast traditional dentures, but they also help maintain your jawbone and facial structure by providing your facial muscles and bones with stimulation.

In short, implant dentures are an excellent alternative for traditional prosthetics if you’re looking for a longer-lasting solution.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dentures?

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Yes! Most dental insurance plans are likely to cover at least a portion of the cost of dentures. The best way to learn how much your specific plan will cover is to contact your dental insurance provider directly. Our team is more than happy to assist you with this, if necessary. We’ll make sure to confirm your specific benefits ahead of time so that you know what to expect before we begin the planning and fabrication process of your denture.

Other Options for Making Dentures Affordable

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Outside of dental insurance, our team at Voto Family and Cosmetic Dentistry also offers additional financing through CareCredit, a third-party financer that provides flexible monthly payment plans that can fit virtually any budget. In many cases, the payment plans provided by CareCredit come with little to zero interest attached, making your payments even more affordable. If you would like to learn more or need help applying, feel free to contact our office or visit our New Patient Information page.

Denture FAQs

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If you’ve suffered significant tooth loss, dentures in Owasso are a convenient solution to rebuild your smile. They’ve undergone several improvements over the years to enhance their fit and function. It’s normal to have a few concerns before you’re ready to commit to them, but there isn’t any reason to worry. Here are the answers to a few of the most common questions patients ask us about dentures to help you make the best decision for your smile.

Should I take my dentures out at night?

After receiving your dentures, we recommend you wear them as much as possible to adjust to your new smile quickly; however, you’ll want to take them out at night. Although no one wants to be caught without their teeth, your gums need time to rest after a long day of supporting your dentures. Whenever they aren’t in your mouth, be sure to soak them in a denture solution. If your dentures aren’t kept moist, they can warp, causing slipping and irritation.

What happens if my denture feels loose?

Since your jaw isn’t being stimulated by the roots of your teeth, your bone will slowly shrink. Over time, it will cause your dentures to feel loose. We can reline your dentures to restore a snug fit. If you’re interested in permanently stabilizing your denture, ask us about the benefits of dental implants. You’ll enjoy an unmatched biting force while also preserving your jawbone.

Do I still need to visit my dentist?

Even if you don’t have any natural teeth remaining, you still need to have a cleaning and checkup at least twice a year. We’ll examine your oral tissues to ensure there aren’t any concerning issues, like sores or infection. We will also check your denture to ensure it’s undamaged and functioning as intended. Besides visiting our office every 6 months, it’s important to care for your dentures at home each day to promote how long they last while also keeping foul odors at bay.

How much do dentures cost?

There isn’t a set fee for dentures because the cost is based on several factors, like the materials that are used. We’ll provide you with a custom estimate during your initial consultation and discuss the fees associated with your plan. Our office accepts a variety of payment options to help you find the solutions you need to replace your missing teeth without breaking the bank. Besides traditional methods, we also offer third-party financing with CareCredit.

Can I use my dental insurance to pay for dentures?

Every insurance policy is unique, but most plans can be used to help offset the cost of dentures. After paying your deductible, you can use your annual allowance to lower the amount you need to pay. A member of our team will work on your behalf to file the necessary claim forms, so you have one less thing to worry about. We will take the time to discuss how your benefits are being used and if you owe a remaining balance.

If you would like more information on how Dr. Voto can rebuild your smile, don’t hesitate to contact our office today! We would be happy to answer any questions you have, walk you through the process, and help you make the best decision for your unique smile.