Dr. Schulz has been crafting dentures for over 30 years. He offers both full and partial dentures that fit comfortably and stay in place – even when you’re eating. After working with thousands of patients, Dr. Schulz has the experience and know-how to create a set of dentures that will fit perfectly and comfortably, every time.
For many, dentures can make the difference between struggling to eat or talk comfortably, and eating and smiling naturally. From traditional, full removable dentures, to dentures that look and feel like your natural teeth because they are completely supported by dental implants, Dr. Schulz will expertly fit you with a new, perfectly comfortable smile.
If you need dentures, or think that you might, now is the perfect time to come in for a complimentary consultation with Dr. Schulz.
In a no-charge consultation, Dr. Schulz will:
Our full and partial dentures are custom-made using quality materials that look natural and are durable. We ensure that they are the right shape, color and size for a natural look and that the bite (the way your teeth come together) is correct.
There are various types of dentures available, including dentures which are made more stable by the use of implants, and Dr. Schulz will recommend the type that will work best for your mouth, your expectations and budget.
Dentures are specially crafted for each person’s unique anatomy. By using 3D Galileos x-rays, we can see the shape of the jaw bone prior to making dentures so we can tailor the treatment to achieve the best fit possible. Several appointments are required to develop a working model of the final product. The end result is a perfect-fitting set of new teeth.
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Full, or complete, dentures can be made to replace all the teeth.
Partial dentures may be made to replace a few or several teeth.
Overdentures can be full or partial dentures, and are secured to the roots of your own teeth.
Implant-supported dentures can be full or partial, and are supported by titanium posts implanted in your jaw bone.
Where appropriate and needed Dr. Schulz uses dental implants to stabilize your dentures. This has the added benefit of deterring bone loss. Loss of bone in your mouth can cause eventual difficulties with wearing dentures, jaw problems and even change the appearance of your face, giving a sunken look.
It is important that you make the right decisions and get the right treatment for you. Give us a call to schedule an exam and consultation with Dr. Schulz so that he can help you make these decisions and have teeth that provide you the quality of life you deserve.