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Why Choose Centennial Smiles For Dentures Centennial?


Dentures for Every Budget!

Dentures: What You Need to Know

If you had a tooth extracted by your dentist centennial because it was aching or broken, you might feel that your smile is not as good as it used to be. Also, you can't chew as well as before, and your speech can change. Today, these problems can be avoided by use of false teeth. We will discuss everything you need to know about dentures.

Types of Dentures

Temporary Dentures

As you can guess by the name, these will serve you for a short time as you wait for a more permanent solution like an implant or bridge to be ready. Note that once the procedure is done, you will remove the denture.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are suitable for you if most of your teeth are intact. The false tooth attaches to your gum by a plastic base that resembles your gum. If the denture consists of many false teeth, they may be held in position by a metal band.

Full Dentures

Full dentures replace a whole set of teeth in the upper or lower mouth and are made to mimic a mold of your gums. There are two types:


Immediate dentures are made soon after your teeth have been removed, but before your gums heal. As the gum heals, there is a change in structure, so there will be more discomfort and even pain. Also, the dentures may need readjustment. For these reasons, you will visit the dentist several times.


The mold of your mouth is created once the gum has healed after teeth removal, resulting in optimal fit of your dentures centennial. If you prefer this type of false teeth, you need to be patient or use temporary dentures as your gums heal. However, once you receive these dentures, you will be a little more comfortable than if you had opted for immediate dentures.

How to Get Dentures

Your dentist will examine your mouth and determine whether dentures are a solution for you, accounting for your health and specific needs. They will then take impressions of your gums. These molds will inform the creation of dentures that fit you for maximum comfort.

What to Expect with Dentures

Dentures serve as your natural teeth, but they are not as strong. Denture adhesives can be used to make the dentures stick to your gums. At first, you will be uncomfortable with them, however, they will feel less awkward with time. As you age, there can be slight changes in your jaw which will create the need for adjustments or a new set of dentures.

Care For Dentures

Dentures require care to retain your overall oral health and keep them in pristine condition. Here are some basics you need to know.

  • Chew with both sides of the jaw to prevent the dentures from slipping.
  • Do not let the dentures dry: put them in a denture cleaning solution before you go to sleep.
  • Clean your dentures as often as you are supposed to clean your teeth.
  • Visit your dentist for the recommended checkups or if you notice any problems or discomfort.

Below is a breakdown of our various types of Dentures based on price and quality:

DENTURE TYPEClassic Centennial Smiles DenturesBetter Centennial Smiles DenturesBest Centennial Smiles Dentures
Top Denture Viewtop-c-premiumtop-D-PremiumTop-a
Bottom Denture Viewbottom-abottom-bbottom-cpremium
MaterialsUnaccented materialsHigh strength, high-grade compoundWear resistant, high-grade materials
DENTURE TYPECast MetalFlexibleCombination
ParamountClassicscombination and partial denture
MaterialsCast metal frame and clasps. Created with materials known as the industry standardFlexible plastic with flexible clasps. Lightweight, durable compound, metal-freeCombination of cast metal frame and flexible plastic clasps. Lightweight, flexible materials, plus metal framework for stability

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Centennial Smiles Implant Dentures Diagram
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