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What is a Denturist?

What is a Denturist?

A denturist's role is dedicated to solely providing removable full and partial dentures to their patients. We differ from a lab technician because we can have a practice that sees our own patients. We do not need a referral from a dentist to treat a patient in need of dentures or partials. Our well round knowledge of removable prosthesis (dentures) sets us apart from a general dentist because we spend all of our time only manufacturing and adjusting dentures. This gives us more experience allowing us to adjust dentures more easily as well as manufacture them more successfully. We hand craft each denture in our office where as a general dentist likely sends them out to a dental lab. This makes a huge difference in the overall success of a denture case. There is no denying that a general dentist has vastly more knowledge pertaining to total oral health and natural restorations but a denturist generally has more knowledge about dentures. Last and most importantly not least denturists usually charge way less for all denture services then your local dentist. So next time you or your friend are struggling with making a decision to choose a denturist or a dentist I hope this article will help. Make the right choice and see a denturist today. Oh, yeah and hopefully that means you choose us.  

Dentures In A Day

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We have been reluctant to jump on board this new industry train for some time now because we wanted to make sure we had the right manufacturing techniques and steps in place so we wouldn’t have to cut corners or use inferior manufacturing methods like our competitors. A denture made in a day should have the same process and techniques as one made in a longer period of time. The importance of not cutting corners insures the patient great results that they can be proud of for many years. After much planning and relentless hard work we’ve come up with a system that allow us to build a beautiful denture without cutting necessary steps and still finish it in as little as 24 hours! Our process allows us to use the same high impact/high strength acrylic we use on all of our dentures. The patient still chooses the teeth and color of their choice. We still have time to set the teeth in wax so the patient gets to see what they look like before we transform them into their final dentures. The process stays the same and so does the quality! Call us today for more information.