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Dentures – Vero Beach, FL

Custom Restoration for a Renewed Smile

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Is your smile missing a tooth here and there or even a complete row of teeth? If the answer to that question is “yes,” then we don’t need to describe the turmoil that can result from tooth loss. You already know that having just one missing tooth can make eating certain foods difficult, such as fresh fruits and vegetables or lean meats. And of course, there is the matter of not having a complete smile. Fortunately, there is a convenient and affordable solution. With dentures—both full and partial— Dr. Adam Jones and Dr. Giuliana Diaz Jones can recreate the beautiful smile you had before tooth loss with dentures in Vero Beach. Give us a call to learn how you can get a custom restoration for a renewed smile!

Why Choose Premier Dental for Dentures?

Who is a Good Candidate for Dentures?

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Dentures are recommended for patients who are missing several, most of, or all of their teeth. Beyond what you can see, there are serious ramifications that can happen as a result of missing teeth. For instance, when you have missing teeth, your risk of developing gum disease increases dramatically. This is no small concern because this bacterial infection can wreak havoc in your mouth, destroying both gum tissue, as well as the bone tissue underneath that holds your teeth in place.

Depending on the number of teeth that you are missing and where they are located in the mouth, a customized plan can be created just for you to restore the appearance and function of your smile. However, if you have any existing dental issues, like tooth decay or gum disease, you will need to have them treated before you can move forward in the process of getting dentures.

Types of Dentures

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There are a few different types of dentures out there to cater to a variety of needs. Here is what each one entails:

Partial Dentures

If your smile is missing just one tooth or a few teeth, then one of our dentists in Vero Beach may recommend a partial denture. A partial consists of one or more replacement teeth that are attached to a gum-colored base. Clasps or brackets that are secured to adjacent teeth hold the partial in place. If you happen to be missing several teeth that are not consecutive, then a partial can be designed to fit between teeth similarly to a jigsaw puzzle piece.

Full Dentures

For patients who are edentulous, meaning they are missing all of the teeth along the top or bottom arch, Drs. Jones can design a full denture. False teeth in just the right size, shape, and color for your mouth are bonded to a base that rests comfortably but securely on top of your gums. A combination of natural suction, the muscles in your tongue and cheeks, and denture adhesive hold full dentures in place.

Implant Dentures

For patients who are missing teeth but are looking for a sturdier, longer-lasting tooth replacement option, dental implant dentures could be the solution. Instead of being supported but the shape and suction of the gum tissue, these dentures are held into place with titanium, screw-like implants that are surgically placed into the jawbone. They allow for additional chewing power and prevent bone loss over time.

The Benefits of Dentures

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There are all sorts of different benefits you can expect by choosing dentures as a tooth replacement option. Here are a handful of them:

Understanding the Cost of Dentures

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As the tried-and-true solution for replacing missing teeth, dentures offer life-changing benefits that make them well worth the price. Because every smile is different, it’s difficult to put a single price tag on this procedure before our team has even had a chance to examine your mouth. Once you visit us for a consultation, we’ll be able to provide you with a detailed cost of dentures in Vero Beach based on your individual needs.

Factors That Affect the Cost of Dentures

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No two smiles are the same, and our team at Premier Dental takes the time to custom-tailor each tooth loss treatment to meet our patients’ unique needs. When we’re examining your mouth at your initial consultation, we’ll consider several different cost factors into your treatment plan, including:

  • How many teeth you're missing and whether you'll require a full or partial denture.
  • The materials your denture will be made from, which can include acrylic, porcelain, and ceramic.
  • Whether you'll require prepartory work, like tooth extractions or gum disease therapy, before receiving your prosthetic.

It’s important to keep in mind that choosing the cheapest options isn’t always the best. You’ll want to invest in dentures in Vero Beach that function well for you and are high-quality so they’ll be more enjoyable to use and won’t require early replacement.

Are Implant Dentures More Expensive?

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It’s true that implant dentures have a higher up-front cost, but they also can last for up to four times longer than traditional dentures, making them a better long-term investment. They also offer priceless advantages that make them standout as a premier tooth loss solution, like the ability to prevent jawbone deterioration and restore your bite power by up to 80%!

Does Dental Insurance Cover Denture Cost?

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Most dental insurance plans will provide some level of coverage for dentures—typically around 50% of their cost. Our financial team at Premier Dental will work hard to maximize your benefits and minimize your out-of-pocket costs, and we’re happy to file claims for all of our patients who have PPO plans.

Options for Making Dentures Affordable

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Despite not being an in-network provider with any insurance plans, our practice is happy to accept all PPO plans as well as offer an In-House Dental Savings Plan to make dentures more affordable. By paying an annual fee of between $299 and $649, depending on the plan you choose and whether you want to add family members to it, you’ll receive all basic preventive care as well as a 10% discount on all restorative, surgical, and implant treatments you receive.

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