High-Quality SAME-DAY Dentures –
The Best in Wichita, KS
A denture is an appliance that is inserted in the mouth to replace your natural teeth.At Wichita Family Dental, we offer both complete and immediate dentures. Complete dentures are for patients who have lost all of their teeth. Immediate dentures are for patients who still have some natural teeth. Both complete and immediate dentures can be completed in just one day. Our immediate dentures require approximately 5 hours for imaging, creation, and placement while complete dentures require approximately 8 hours. They do not require messy impressions. Instead, we use digital imaging. Those who get immediate dentures will return to the office after 6 months for realignment to make sure the fit is perfect. Wichita Family Dental also offers flippers, or partial dentures. These can be completed in one day as well.
Dentures at Wichita Family Dental are of the highest quality. We offer heat injected dentures which have a 15% tighter fit than cold pour dentures. They are less porous, have a smoother appearance, and are 100% customizable. Your teeth can be made in a wide variety of shapes and colors. You will love your new smile!
At Wichita Family Dental, we also offer same-day denture repair and realignment. We are happy to realign or repair dentures for all patients – including those who had their dentures placed at other offices. If you damage your denture, please call us to schedule an appointment for repair as soon as possible. DO NOT use superglue to repair it yourself as you will permanently damage the denture.
Even if you wear full dentures, you still need to practice good dental hygiene. Brush your gums, tongue and roof of your mouth every morning with a soft-bristled brush before you insert your dentures to stimulate circulation in your tissues and help remove plaque.
Partial Dentures in Wichita, KS
A removable partial denture can replace one or more missing teeth. It may limit the shifting of your existing teeth and allow you to continue to chew and speak as you did before losing your teeth.
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