Dentures and Partial Dentures in Centuria, WI

A Reliable Solution to Tooth Loss

Missing multiple teeth can make life difficult, from frequent embarrassment in social situations to trouble speaking or enjoying meals. With dentures, you can regain your quality of life and feel confident in your smile again.

Whether you’re living with missing teeth or your current dentures are uncomfortable, the doctors at River Birch Dental are dedicated to helping you achieve better oral health and a beautiful smile. Dentures may not sound appealing to some patients, but the benefits they offer will be well worth the adjustment.

Patient Before And After

Full Mouth Extractions And Immediate Denture (Teeth In One Day).

Closeup of a patient's mouth with worn down and decayed teeth before extractions and immediate denture, at River Birch Dental in CenturiaCloseup of a patient's mouth after full mouth extractions and immediate denture, Teeth In One Day, at River Birch Dental in Centuria

Benefits of Dentures

Dentures are a reliable solution to tooth loss that comes with a host of benefits, including:

  • Natural Appearance: Dr. Vargas will customize your dentures to ensure that the shape, size, and color are perfectly suited to you. Dentures are custom-made to restore the complete smile you’ve been dreaming of.
  • Affordability: While the exact cost of your dentures will depend on your personalized treatment plan, they are generally a more affordable alternative to other tooth loss restorations.
  • Quick, Minimally Invasive Procedure: The process for receiving dentures can take as little as three to six weeks to complete.
  • Enhanced Chewing and Speaking Abilities: Dentures give you the freedom to eat what you love and speak with ease. Best of all, you’ll be able to smile proudly in front of family and friends again.


Types of Dentures

At River Birch Dental, we offer three types of dentures to address your individual needs.

  • Partial Dentures: For patients only missing a few teeth, partial dentures are an effective way of filling the gap. They’re removable and blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, restoring your smile and confidence.
  • Full Dentures: Full dentures are given to patients missing most or all of their teeth. This custom-fit solution forms a close seal with your gums, giving them a natural look. Depending on your treatment needs, full dentures can reliably replace both the upper and lower arches of teeth.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures: For some patients, this option may be a more durable and hygienic method of tooth replacement. Implant-retained dentures involve the use of surgically placed implants that mimic the roots of teeth to permanently support and secure dentures.
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The Denture Process

The process of receiving your new dentures involves a few visits to our Centuria office. At your first visit, you’ll sit down with Dr. Vargas for a consultation, where she’ll determine which type of dentures are the best solution for your oral health.

She’ll then take a series of x-rays and discuss with you your health, dental, and medication history. Dr. Vargas will also answer any questions or concerns you may have. You’ll leave the appointment with an understanding of the next steps in your treatment plan, based on what you and the doctor decided.

At the next appointment, Dr. Vargas will take impressions of your teeth to create your custom-fit dentures. She’ll also work with you to determine which tooth shape, size, and color will be best suited for your individual needs.

At your final visit, Dr. Vargas will ensure your new dentures fit naturally and comfortably in your mouth. She’ll make any necessary adjustments before you leave our Centuria office with a new, confident smile.


Caring for Your Dentures

It’s essential to take good care of your dentures to give them a longer lifespan. Here are some tips to keep your dentures in top shape:

  • Remove and brush your dentures at least once a day using a soft-bristled toothbrush and denture cleaner.
  • Soak your dentures overnight in a denture cleaning solution to keep them free of any airborne bacteria.
  • Remove and rinse your dentures with water after eating.

At your biannual check-ups at our Centuria office, we’ll thoroughly clean your dentures and make sure they’re in great condition.


Frequently Asked Questions

River Birch Dental

601 State Road 35
Centuria, Wisconsin 54824
P.O. Box 459

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