Dentures offer an affordable solution for many patients in Las Vegas
When a tooth is missing, it would be nice to think that money would not be a factor in the decision about replacement options. Your smile is likely your greatest asset and deserves only the best. However, for most Las Vegas-area patients, it’s important to find a comfortable, healthy, and affordable solution that gives them the smile they want, and is within the budget they have available.
Dr. Christopher Lim of Hillside Dental is pleased to inform his patients that they don’t need to choose between quality and affordability. With the latest dental technologies, today’s dentures offer comfort, convenience, and beauty, all at an affordable price. Dr. Lim has helped countless patients improve both the health of their mouth and the appearance of their smiles with dentures.
When choosing dentures, many patients are curious about the process. Common questions include, “How soon can I get my dentures?” “Will everyone know these aren’t my real teeth?” and “Will it hurt?”
Receiving dentures will likely take several visits to the dentist’s office. First, the patient must have impressions taken, which are sent to a dental lab and used to create a set of custom-made dentures. Once those dentures are ready, patients return to have the dentures fit. Patients can choose between securing the dentures with a dental adhesive and snapping them into place over dental implants. The process is not painful, but there may be a bit of discomfort at first as patients get used to their new teeth. If a patient does feel pain, he or she will need to return to the office to have the dentures adjusted.
Dr. Lim also assures patients that unless they share the information, no one will ever need to know that they have dentures. Today’s dentures are custom-made and natural looking. They fit better and give patients confidence to smile happily, knowing that the dentures are not going to slip or slide out of place.
For more information about dentures, call 702-666-8584 Hillside Dental today.