FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Q: How can I make an appointment?


Call (904) 515-5565 or schedule an appointment online now.




Q: How much will my dental care cost me?


Fees vary based on each treament plan; service and product. Please see our Service Fees page to find out more about your specific dental care needs and potential costs. You can also visit our Payment Options page to learn more about Financing options available. We always welcome any questions, please give us a call at (904) 515-5565.




Q: What can I expect as a first-time denture wearer?


For the first time wearers, know that it is normal to have trouble when speaking certain words. To help patients adjust, we advise to practice speaking out loud. If the prosthesis produces clicking sounds when a person is speaking, it means that we may may need to make an adjustment. Dentures are custom-made to mimic the overall form of real teeth; as a result, patients can expect a hardly noticeable prosthesis that aims to make their smile look perfect. If the dentures are perfectly fitted for the patient, their facial appearance and smile can be improved.




Q: How long does it take for new dentures to stop hurting?


You will experience discomfort until the healing is complete, which lasts a minimum of two to ten months, depending on your ability to heal.




Q: How long does it take to get used to wearing dentures?


As a general rule of thumb, dental professionals are likely to tell you that adjusting to new dentures takes about 30 days, on average. You might not be keen to wait this long, but you need to be careful how quickly you try to get back to normal.




Q: Do dentures feel like real teeth?


While dentures may not feel exactly like natural teeth, they do look very natural and are more comfortable than ever to wear.




Q: How long does it take to make dentures?


Often times, they can be made the same day because of our on-site dental laboratory. However, it usually takes a minimum of 3 visits to make dentures, and about 3-6 weeks. In some cases, dentures can be fast-tracked and made in a few days.




Q: What is the process for immediate dentures?


An immediate denture is crafted using an impression of your mouth while your natural teeth are intact. Then, based on the size and shape of your mouth after a tooth has been extracted, we will place denture teeth as close as they can to the position of your remaining teeth.