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Immediate Dentures – Hillsboro, OR

Need Extractions? Rebuild Your Smile the Same Day!

Do you have to remove multiple teeth? When extraction is your only option, an immediate denture may be the most appropriate solution. Not only can you keep your smile (and therefore maintain your appearance), but you get a head-start transitioning to a denture. This process begins the moment your teeth are extracted.

First, we’ll take impressions of your existing oral structures, including your gums and teeth. Once these models are fabricated, we can place them after your teeth are extracted. Once these immediate dentures are placed, you’ll feel confident showing off your smile to friends and family without interruption.

Facts to Know On Immediate Dentures

There is no way to check how the denture will fit inside of your mouth before extracting your teeth. As a result, we may need to make esthetic compromises in order to compensate for the lack of space or other structural issues.

What Happens After Tooth Extraction?

Once you’ve had your tooth (or teeth) extracted, it’s important to follow doctor’s orders. To start, your gums and bone will start to recede, but follow-up appointments will allow us to monitor your healing patterns and catch problems before they become serious. A temporary lining or tissue conditioner can help us create an optimized fit, but these will likely need adjustments or replacements multiple times as you heal. Eventually, a permanent denture reline will be needed to ensure comfortability and accurate fit once your mouth has fully healed.

Understanding the Cost of Dentures

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Replacing your missing teeth should result in a prosthetic that looks natural and feels comfortable. Making sure your dentist uses high-quality materials can increase your chances of enjoying a more durable and longer-lasting prosthetic, otherwise, you may be left with artificial teeth that do not hold up to normal wear and tear and result in more frequent replacements. But when it comes to the overall cost of dentures in Hillsboro, it requires sitting down with your dentist and discussing the various factors that will determine your out-of-pocket expenses.

Factors That Affect the Cost of Dentures

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When meeting with Dr. Kalluri, she will start by examining your oral cavity and facial structure. It is during this scheduled consultation that she will look at certain factors that will ultimately dictate how much you can expect to pay for your new teeth, some of which include:

Are Implant Dentures More Expensive?

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If you know much about dental implants, you understand that they are typically more expensive than traditional tooth replacement solutions. However, because they are surgically implanted into your jawbone and fuse with your surrounding tissues, they are capable of remaining firmly in place for a lifetime. As a result, you can spend less over time because it will unlikely that you will need to have your implant posts removed and replaced over time. While you will need to have your customized implant denture replaced, the posts never have to be touched as long as you maintain good oral hygiene.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dentures?

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You’ll be pleased to know that dentures in Hillsboro are often covered when using your dental insurance. Most companies will agree to cover up to 50% of the total cost; however, this is largely dependent upon your deductible and annual maximum. You will need to discuss with a representative from your insurance company how much they will agree to cover and what your out-of-pocket expenses will be. Once you have this information, you will be able to better determine other ways to pay the remaining balance.

Other Options for Making Dentures Affordable

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Even if your dental insurance company does agree to pay for a portion of the cost, you may be left wondering how you’ll cover the leftover balance. Not to worry! As a denture dentist in Hillsboro, Dr. Kalluri is pleased to provide alternative options for patients who need assistance paying for their restorative treatment.

With CareCredit, you can apply for flexible financing through a company that offers low and no interest payment plans. By enrolling, you can easily break up the cost of your treatment and stay well within your budget.

At Infinity Dental Care, our team is ready to help you take the next step to enjoy life with a full, complete smile. No matter if you prefer immediate dentures or implant dentures, we can deliver the results you need that will last well into the future. If you’re ready to say hello to a new and improved smile, contact our office today to schedule an appointment.

Immediate Denture FAQs

No one wants to go without teeth, which is why we are proud to offer immediate dentures to our patients. We carefully design these prosthetics with the goal of making them as comfortable and functional as possible. In fact, Dr. Kalluri’s extensive training in prosthodontics and other aspects of dentistry makes Infinity Dental Care one of the best places in Hillsboro to get dentures! Of course, it is completely understandable if you have some questions about immediate dentures that you would like to have answered before you request an appointment with us. That is why we have put together this brief list of FAQs. IF you do not see the information you were hoping for, please contact us directly.

What Is the Difference Between Immediate Dentures and Conventional Dentures?

Immediate dentures are designed to be used right after you lose your natural teeth. Conventional dentures, on the other hand, are designed weeks or months after your extractions. This waiting period allows your mouth time to heal. Dr. Kalluri will be happy to explain the pros and cons of both types of dentures to you so you can invest in the one that is the best fit for your circumstances.

How Much Do Immediate Dentures Cost?

Our team will provide you with a cost estimate during your consultation. In most cases, immediate dentures cost more than conventional dentures simply because they require more dental appointments. However, many patients believe that the benefits of never having to go without teeth make immediate dentures a worthwhile investment.

What Can I Eat with Immediate Dentures?

Immediately following your extractions, your mouth may be quite tender, so it is best to temporarily stick to eating soft foods. As you heal and adjust to wearing your dentures, you can graduate to tougher foods. Eventually, you will be able to enjoy a wide variety of dishes, though you may have to take certain precautions to reduce the risk of destabilizing your denture. For example, instead of biting into tough foods with your front teeth, you should cut them into small pieces before consuming them.

How Will I Know When It Is Time for a Reline?

When your denture starts to feel loose or is uncomfortable on your gums, you might need a reline. Generally, immediate dentures need to be relined 3 – 6 months after the initial surgery, then again about 18 months after the initial surgery. You are always welcome to contact us as your dentist in Hillsboro if you have questions or concerns about the way your dentures fit, function, or feel.

How Can I Get Used to Wearing Dentures?

At first, you may decide to wear your dentures almost 24/7 as your mouth adjusts to them (after the initial adjustment period, you should not wear your dentures at night). Reading out loud can help you adjust to speaking with your prosthetic. 

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