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  • Join our Membership Club to save on dentures
  • Get a strong bite by pairing dentures with implants
  • Eat crunchy apples & corn-on-the-cob again

Make Your Smile Whole Again With Dentures in Independence

Modern dentures are light years ahead of the old “false teeth” your grandparents used to wear. Thanks to advances in technology, today’s dentures fit better, perform better, and last longer than ever. With Independence dentures, you can:

  • Eat a wider variety of foods, especially hearty, nutritious ones
  • Smile without feeling conscious about the condition of your teeth
  • Make your romantic moments more relaxed and enjoyable
  • Look younger and healthier
  • Improve your quality of speech to avoid embarrassment

Call Independence Family Dentistry today at 859-374-7114 to schedule an appointment. Let our custom dentures improve your life! You’ll find us conveniently located on Madison Pike, just south of the Kenton County courthouse.

Don’t let a lack of insurance stop you from getting new teeth. Join our Membership Club for discounts on our services. Ask our team for details.

Smile Boldly With Modern Dentures

Missing teeth can affect your confidence and make simple tasks like eating and speaking challenging. Custom dentures are an excellent solution to restore your smile and improve your quality of life. We offer all these types of dentures:

  • Conventional Full Dentures – If you’re missing all of your natural teeth, conventional full dentures are designed to replace them. These removable dentures are custom-made to fit your mouth and give you a natural-looking smile. They restore your ability to eat a variety of foods and speak clearly.
  • Conventional Partial Dentures – When you have some natural teeth remaining, conventional partial dentures are a great option. These removable dentures consist of replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored base. They fill in the gaps created by missing teeth and blend seamlessly with your existing teeth.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – For added stability, implant-retained dentures are secured in place using dental implants. The denture snaps onto the implants, providing a secure fit and preventing slippage. You can remove them for cleaning.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – For maximum stability and support, implant-supported dentures are an ideal choice. They are anchored to multiple dental implants, ensuring a comfortable fit and allowing you to chew and speak naturally. These easy-care teeth stay in place until removed by a dentist for maintenance. Just brush and floss as usual to keep them clean.
  • Temporary Dentures  – Temporary dentures are provided immediately after tooth extraction so you can maintain a functional smile while your gums heal. They are a temporary solution until your final dentures are ready.

For dentures in Independence, call Independence Family Dentistry today at 859-374-7114.

Common Questions About Dentures

Who might need dentures?

If you are missing many teeth or even all your teeth, then dentures may be a good option for replacing your teeth. When you come in for your initial exam, we can assess your situation and let you know if dentures would be suitable for you. Many patients find that custom dentures are a great way to renew their smiles and bites.

How long does it take to make dentures?

To get your new dentures, we’ll first take measurements and a set of impressions. Then, we’ll send them to our lab partner, and they will custom-craft your teeth. Once they’re shipped to us, usually within one to two weeks, you’ll return to the office for a fitting. We will ensure that your dentures fit properly and line up the way they should. We’ll make any final adjustments needed so that you’re completely happy with your new teeth.

What can I eat with dentures?

Thanks to advances in dental technology, you can enjoy nearly any food you desire without dietary limitations. While conventional dentures may require you to alter your eating habits, implant-supported dentures provide a more natural biting function. With this option, you can eat a wide variety of crunchy or chewy foods, since implant-supported dentures offer a bite strength comparable to having a full set of natural teeth.

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