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People who are considering dentures for their lost smiles may have a lot of questions in mind regarding the said teeth replacement. “Will it be worth it? Will it function accordingly?” These are just some of the frequent queries of people about dentures. And right now, we at Liberty Lake Smile Source will try to answer them.

Dentures that are available in our clinic include fixed and traditional types. Those who are interested to know the difference between these two options are free to set an appointment at our practice right away. However, people who are still hesitant if dentures can really help them can learn from these answered FAQs below:

FAQs About Dentures

Are dentures essential?
For a person with missing teeth, YES, dentures are useful. They will no longer have problem eating foods and enunciating certain words, especially those with the ‘s’ sounds after replacing their lost pearly whites with the said oral device.
Will eating be an issue with dentures?
Not really. Even though wearers need to practice and adjust during their first week or month of wearing dentures, they will find it smooth to chew foods once they get used to their teeth replacements.
Is it expensive to get dentures?
The teeth replacement may get a little pricey, but with its numerous benefits, it is worth the investment.
Are dentures a lifetime solution?
Unfortunately, wearers need to see the dentist regularly for adjustments (if required), denture checkups, and even replacements. The said oral device offers long-lasting benefits. However, between the period of five to seven years, we suggest getting a new denture as it is usually during these times that the restorative appliance badly needs to be replaced.
How to lengthen the lifespan of dentures?
After each meal, it is advised to clean dentures. Keep in mind that the oral device can break like any other dental restorations, so placing a towel in the sink when cleaning it is a must. The cloth will serve as a cushion that will decrease the likelihood of the denture to break when dropped. Remember to use gentle cleansers and lukewarm water instead of hot to avoid altering the aesthetics of the appliance.

For more information about Dentures in Liberty Lake, WA , talk to us at Liberty Lake Smile Source. We will be more than happy to answer any of your queries concerning our dental care services.

Posted on behalf of Liberty Lake Smile Source

22011 E Country Vista Dr, Ste 201
Liberty Lake, WA 99019

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Angela W.

As a new patient, I was very pleased with my experience at Liberty Lake Smile. My tooth cracked earlier in the week, and broke off. They were able to see me the same day, addressed the problem, and got me set up with a temporary crown. Dr. Casey, explained what the issues were, and his method was very gentle. The staff was friendly and professional.

Charles K.

Excellent experience all around! I have been going to Liberty Lake Smile Source for about 10 years now and have always have had a great experience. Dr. Casey & Dr. Macall are experts in their field! Friendly staff, state of the art equipment and a brand new building. I would recommend to anyone looking for a good experience with professionals who care.

Mike H.

Dr. Casey, McCall and their entire team are exceptional. They are friendly, gentle, and easy to visit with and I especially loved the pet channel that I got to watch during my visit! My entire family comes to Liberty Lake Smile Source, and will continue to for years to come.

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