Make Your Smile Whole Again
  • Reveal a lifelike smile with full or partial dentures
  • Get a strong bite by pairing dentures with implants
  • Receive a free consultation as a new patient

Replace Many or All of Your Teeth With Dentures in Lincroft

Stats Image Over 36 million people in the U.S. are missing all their teeth. Source.
Don’t keep your lips closed tight when you want to smile or avoid your favorite crunchy foods because of missing teeth. If you’d like a complete, fully-functioning smile, the team at Newman Springs Dental Care can give you dentures in Lincroft.

Our denture options will:

  • Look and feel like natural teeth
  • Give you the ability to enjoy many kinds of food
  • Boost your self-confidence
  • Fill out your face to give you a younger appearance

Our dental team offers full-mouth reconstruction services like dentures to give you back your oral function and confidence. Call us at 732-352-3903 today to get started. We offer free exams and consultations for new patients, plus you can save on your dentures with our comprehensive dental care plan.

Restore Your Smile With Several Denture Options

Gone are the days of fake-looking artificial teeth. Modern tooth replacements closely resemble natural teeth and will improve your smile so it looks better than it ever did! Our restorative dentists will assess your situation and go over your options with you so you can get the exact treatment you want and need. We use modern technology like our digital X-ray system to plan and execute your treatment. To fit your specific needs, we offer:

  • Full Traditional Dentures – Suction and adhesive keep these full arches of replacement teeth in place.
  • Partial Dentures – If you have some teeth remaining, partial dentures may be the solution for you.
  • Dental Implant Dentures – Attaching dentures to implants gives you the strongest and most secure bite possible.

We can even make your denture in advance so it can be placed immediately after any remaining teeth are removed. You’ll walk in needing replacement teeth and leave with a same-day smile. We can also help you relax during any part of the procedure, including any needed extractions beforehand, by providing dental sedation.

Regardless of the denture option you choose, your new teeth will improve your chewing ability, speech, and appearance! Find out which of our dentures in Lincroft are right for you. Call 732-352-3903 today to schedule a consultation. You can also schedule an appointment online. We offer early morning, evening, and Saturday hours.

Common Questions About Dentures

When should a person get dentures?

If you are missing many teeth or even all your teeth, then dentures may be a good option for replacing your teeth. When you come in for your initial exam, we can assess your situation and let you know if dentures would be suitable for you. Many patients find that custom dentures are a great way to renew their smiles and bites.

How long does it take to make dentures?

The exact time it takes to make dentures can vary significantly, depending on the style of denture, the materials they’re made from, and other factors. When we order your dentures, we can give you a much better time frame. However, most dentures require one to two weeks to be made professionally in a lab.

Can dentures fall out?

Dentures can fall out or come loose, but there are ways to reduce or eliminate this problem. Denture adhesives can help keep dentures in your mouth, but this can be less effective over time. Dental implants act as artificial roots for your missing teeth and can support dentures. Implant-supported dentures remain secure and stable without the need for adhesives.

What can I eat with dentures?

Thanks to advances in dental technology, you can enjoy nearly any food you desire without dietary limitations. While conventional dentures may require you to alter your eating habits, implant-supported dentures provide a more natural biting function. With this option, you can eat a wide variety of crunchy or chewy foods, since implant-supported dentures offer a bite strength comparable to having a full set of natural teeth.

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