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Start your journey with dentures

Getting dentures is a big step. With over 25 years of experience, we’re ready to be your guide through the world of dentures so you can get back to a more confident you.

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When to get dentures

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Getting used to dentures

Living with dentures

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1 in 2 Americans are living with tooth loss

In 25 years, we’ve helped 2 million of those Americans restore their smiles with dentures. Across 1000+ locations, seeing patients like you is a part of our day-to-day. So, no matter what your smile needs, come on in. We've got you—all day, every day.

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What are dentures?

A removable prosthetic, dentures can restore missing teeth—and so much more. They enhance the quality of your life by helping you get back to eating, speaking and smiling confidently. With the ability to personalize your dentures, our care teams custom-craft your denture so your smile looks better than ever before for a natural fit and feel you’ll love.

When you need dentures

Time to transform your smile

How do you know if you need dentures? Whether you’re experiencing tooth loss due to gum disease, injury or declining dental hygiene, it may be time to transform your smile.

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Explore denture solutions

At Aspen Dental, one of two denture options may be recommended to you: full dentures or partial dentures. With basic to premium options that meet your health and financial needs, you can customize the tooth shape, tooth color, gum color and more for an entirely personalized smile.

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Full dentures

From one arch to your entire smile, traditional dentures are custom designed for you.

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Partial dentures

Partial dentures complete your smile with a range of materials and pricing to suit your needs.

Your denture journey

How long does it take to get dentures? Great question. Learn more about what you can expect from your denture journey timeline.

Custom care

Your dentist will create a customized plan for your smile’s unique needs that may include hygiene appointments, denture recommendations, home care and more.

Denture visits

Throughout your denture journey, your team will schedule appointments and check-ins along the way to ensure your newly restored smile is comfortable and custom to you.

Immediate dentures

No matter which denture is recommended, you’ll never be without your smile. After your initial extraction appointment, you’ll go home with an immediate denture while you heal.

Caring for dentures

While each denture journey is different, after you receive your custom denture, we’ll always be here for you with ongoing care so living with dentures is an natural part of your daily routine.

Compare your options

Discover dental implants

Deciding what’s best for your smile takes time. Compare traditional dentures and dental implants to see which solution is made for your smile.

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Your denture questions answered

Dentures have two primary components: teeth and gums. Typically, full mouth dentures are made of specialized resins for your denture base (known as your gums), customizable acrylic teeth and metal (for partial dentures).

At Aspen Dental, we know being without your smile is uncomfortable. That’s why we create our full dentures in our onsite labs, so you save time and money when creating new dentures or repairing them.

Dentures are classified by the arch of teeth they are replacing. But what is an arch? Whether referring to your upper jaw or lower jaw, your teeth are aligned in a single curved row following the shape of your mouth, known as an arch. When talking about dentures, each denture is created as a single arch and are referred to as either an upper or lower arch. If you are looking to replace both your upper and lower teeth, you will need to be fitted for two denture arches. If you are missing only your lower or upper teeth, a single arch will work for you.

A removable smile solution that’s customized by your Aspen Dental Denture experts for your unique smile, partial dentures are prosthetics that replace partial tooth loss for multiple teeth so you get a seamless fit between your natural teeth. They consist of artificial teeth attached to a gum-colored plastic or metal framework. Partial dentures are custom-made to fit your mouth so they’re supported by your remaining natural teeth or dental implants and they restore the look and functionality of your smile.

A popular smile replacement solution for total tooth loss, full dentures are removable dental appliances or prosthetics made by your Aspen Dental Denture Experts to replace a complete upper or lower arch of missing teeth (or both). Dentures restore your smile’s appearance, functionality and ability to chew and speak so you smile easy again. Custom-made to fit your smile in our onsite labs, our dentures are composed of artificial teeth set in a gum-colored acrylic base, with options to personalize your smile further based on the denture package you select.

Permanent dentures can refer to many different types of dentures, such as implant dentures, full-fixed dentures that aren’t removable or simply the final denture you reline or receive at the end of your denture journey. At Aspen Dental, when we talk about permanent dentures, we’re referring to our implant denture solution which is a fully removable denture that replaces missing teeth with a precise, custom-fitted Comfilytes℠ denture. The Comfilytes denture snaps onto dental implants, providing a secure-fitting and long-term solution if you need to replace an entire row of teeth or require a full mouth restoration.

Snap-on dentures, also known as implant dentures, are removable dental prosthetics that attach to dental implants placed your jawbone. The dentures "snap" onto the implants, providing an even more secure and stable fit. This increases your comfort, speech and chewing ability compared to traditional dentures.