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Cosmetic Dentures Month – JUNE 2010

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Dentures, False Teeth, Plates, there are many names for these dental appliances, but regardless of what you call them, most people feel they look like fake teeth.  This is because most of them do look like fake teeth!

I am here today to tell you that false teeth can look as beautiful as the most beautiful real teeth!

Yes, many of my patients have false teeth.  You would recognize them (some are quite famous) but you would never believe they have false teeth.  That is because they wanted aesthetic, beautiful dentures.  The smile above is of a lady that gets many complements on her smile, but nobody knows that her teeth are actually dentures.

So, why do so many dentures look fake? Simple, you get what you pay for.  “Dentures by tonight” or some other gimmick means you are getting a cookie cutter product.  These cheap dentures come not only with poor aesthetics but a poor fit and many sore spots.  If you want to look 10-20 years older than you are, then go ahead, sign up with the one-size-fits-all denture.

I believe that a smile is one of your most valuable assets.  It does not matter if you have real or fake teeth, we can make them look beautiful and function great.  Our technician is amazing and dedicates her career to delivering only the most aesthetic teeth.  A good fitting aesthetic denture can take years, even decades off your look.  With so much riding on your smile, why would you compromise on something so important?

Now think about your smile.  Do you love it?  Does it reflect who you are?  Does it allow you to eat the foods you want?

If you answered no to any of the above then you need to come see us for a new smile.

JUNE 2010 is our COSMETIC DENTURE month!

Save 20% on a complete set of the most amazing custom dentures you have ever seen!

If you want a new denture that can make you look your best or you have a friend that does, then contact us as soon as possible.  We are not a high volume practice and when we are completely booked we close the promotion.  So act now, take 10 years off your smile and see what a difference a beautiful smile can make in your life.

In an IDEAL world, everybody would be smiling :)

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57 thoughts on “Cosmetic Dentures Month – JUNE 2010

  1. hahndds

    Dear Josh,

    Congratulations on your career and thank you for your comment! At 24 ALL doors are open for you. You have a long and bright future ahead of you :) Fixing your smile should be more than possible – the first step is to find a good dentist. If you come down this way I would be more than honored to help you :)

    Keep smiling,
    Dr. Chris

  2. Wendy

    I am in the process of getting a new top denture. I was so excited thinking I was going to finally get a denture that would fit my face. I explained to my dentist I want larger, natural looking teeth. I asked if I could see a a book or chart of the type of teeth I could select..he did not have one…I went for my first fit..they were the wrong color, too small and basically looked the same as the old ones. I just went again today…they were whiter, and the front teeth were not centered…and still too small. What can I do about this situation? I have one more payment of $700 left…a total of $2800. Is this my only option? Does my dentist and the lab have choices in the size of the teeth? Can I special order natural looking teeth at this point? I am so upset….. Please help…thank you.

  3. hahndds

    Dear Wendy,

    Sorry to hear about your story…it is an all too common one. To give you a quick answer, yes, you can order much better teeth. There are literally hundreds of different teeth your dentist can order, but selecting the size and shape is an art! You should never settle until you like the way the front teeth look. First, the dentist needs to always deliver the denture and teeth in WAX so that he/she can adjust the position of the teeth in your mouth adding character and making sure you APPROVE the shape before they go to finish.
    Do not settle.
    Your last payment is due when you have the final denture in your mouth that you “approved”, not any sooner.
    Here is just one example of a decent tooth type:

    There are many more, even porcelain teeth!
    Hope this helps.
    Keep smiling,
    Dr. Chris

  4. christine wintets

    Hello i am past the wax fitting and after several visits and not liking the way the teeth looked, my dentist kept saying “they look great! I still didnt like them and my mother paid up front and i just received my denture and hate it. Bite is not right and they look terrible. What can i do? Can i get refund? Please help.

  5. hahndds

    Dear Christine,

    Making a good looking denture is very difficult…that being said, once you have received the final product it is difficult to “get a refund” for the way it looks. The dentist can adjust the bite and make minor changes, but unless it is not “functional” I don’t think legally you can get a refund. Most dentists will work with you for a while trying to give you a good looking denture, but sometimes patients expectations can exceed any dentists ability. I know very little about your case so I cannot judge the quality nor esthetics, but if you don’t like it then you need to talk to you dentist and let him/her know. Ideally you do not move out of the wax phase until you approve the look! That is what I would ask the dentist about – why “finish” the denture when it looked bad in the wax phase?

    All the best,

    Dr. Chris

  6. Very Upset

    have upper dentures only the first ones roof of mouth was see thru thin and had an over bite some months later they broke down the middle second pair looked great but still thin broke again down same crack send to get fixed now roof of mouth is to thick and they stick out was told they would ajust as time went by YOU THINK…. I work around teachers and high school kids all day what to do please help me..

  7. hahndds

    Dear “very upset”,

    It sounds like you would be a good candidate for a metal mesh in your denture. I would speak to your dentist and ask that they thin it down again and all a metal mesh. That works well.

    Keep smiling,

    Dr. Chris

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