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Full Dentures – Rock Hill, SC

Saying Goodbye to Missing Teeth

An older couple seated outside, hugging and smiling after receiving their dentures in Rock Hill

Ready to do something to improve the health and aesthetics of your smile? Want to feel confident showing off your pearly whites instead of remaining tight-lipped when posing for a picture? If so, Coombs & Ross Family Dentistry are pleased to provide interested patients with full dentures in Rock Hill. These custom-made prosthetics make it possible to smile, eat, and perform daily tasks with ease as well as give you the boost in self-esteem you need to feel good walking out the door each day. Contact us today to find out if you are an eligible candidate for dentures.

What Are Full Dentures?

An up-close look at a top and bottom denture

Full dentures are a timeless tooth replacement solution. Used for centuries to replace missing teeth, today’s dentures are made of acrylic and porcelain teeth. Customized according to the specified size, shape, and color, your natural suction holds them in place, allowing you to enjoy a more confident and healthier smile.

How Do They Work?

An up-close view of a person wearing a glove holding a top denture

When receiving full dentures, your dentist in Rock Hill will send impressions to a dental lab where technicians will fabricate your prosthetics. Durable and capable of withstanding normal daily wear and tear, an upper denture is designed to cover the full palate of your mouth while a lower denture is made into the shape of a horseshoe, allowing room for your tongue.

Your natural suction helps to hold both dentures in place; however, many patients opt to purchase added dental adhesive for greater security.

Indications You May Need a Full Denture

An older man watching as his dentist shows him how dentures work

Knowing if you need a denture is ultimately up to Dr. Coombs or Dr. Ross. During your initial consultation, they will evaluate your smile and determine if full dentures will give you the results you desire. Typically, individuals looking to receive dentures are facing:

  • Swollen or red gums
  • Loose teeth
  • Missing teeth
  • Consistent toothaches

Once you are cleared for dentures, our team will capture impressions of your smile as well as measurements before sending them to a lab for creation.


Benefits of Full Dentures

A middle-aged woman wearing a gray blouse and glasses, showing off her complete smile thanks to dentures

While you are busy comparing dentures to other tooth replacement solutions, you will discover there are many reasons to choose this proven and time-tested restorative treatment. Many of the most common benefits you can expect with dentures include:

  • Enhanced aesthetics and boosted confidence
  • Greater quality of life
  • A longer-lasting restoration that can remain fully intact for 5-7 years with proper care
  • More cost-effective than other solutions (i.e., dental implants)
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • No chance for decay to develop

Cost of Full Dentures

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When it comes to determining how much you can expect to pay for your new smile, there are actually many factors that come into play. Dr. Coombs and Dr. Ross will work to formulate a suitable cost estimate during your consultation that includes:

  • The cost of the materials used
  • Whether your insurance will cover a portion or all of your treatment
  • Whether you require any pre-denture dental work (i.e., tooth extraction, periodontal therapy)
  • Whether you need a top or bottom denture or both