What is a denturist?

A denturist job scope is to construct, repair, reline, reproduce, duplicate, supply, fit or alter removable prosthetic dental appliances. At Right Bite Dentures we specialize in removable dental prosthetics. We have an on sight laboratory where we fabricate all of our appliances.

Do I need a referral to see a denturist?

- No. You do not need a referral to see a denturist. We are open Monday through Friday 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Come by for a complimentary coffee and we can discuss your dental needs.

Why are my dentures loose?

There are a few reasons why your dentures might be loose or are not fitting correctly. Over time your gums (gingiva) change. This can be from weight loss/gain, and naturally the bones in your jaw can recede over time. The American Dental Association suggests that dentures get evaluated every 5-7 years. We can reline your dentures in the same day in most cases. Contact us to schedule a free consultation 541-889-3750.

Why do my dentures hurt?

Dentures can hurt for a variety of reasons. Ill-fitting dentures are the most common reason. This can be fixed by a simple adjustment, or it can be as extreme as you needing a reline, rebase, or new set of dentures. Even people who take meticulous care of their dentures and gums may experience these issues. Call us to set up a free consultation 541-889-3750.

What do I need to do if my denture or partial denture breaks?

Broken dentures can be a common occurrence. If your denture or partial denture is broken often times we can fix it the same day. Contact us and we can set-up a convenient time for you to come in and get a free consultation.

Can I even afford new dentures?

At the end of the day, the cost plays a major part in decision-making. At Right Bite Dentures we understand everyone's financial situation is different, and we are here to help. We offer specialized payment plans, we accept all major credit cards, and we work with many insurance companies.

Will my dental insurance pay for dentures?

Possibly. Everyone's insurance coverage's are different. We suggest that you review your policy. You can always make an appointment for a free no obligation consultation, and we can discuss insurance and financing options with you.

What can I do if I'm only missing a few teeth?

Many patients are only missing a couple of teeth and we can help restore function and that pretty smile. Right Bite Dentures offers many options for partial dentures including metal framework, all acrylic, and flexible. Make an appointment today.

How long do dentures last?

This is a relevant term. Dentures can last many years with the proper care. The American Dental Association suggests that dentures should be evaluated every 5-7 years. By having a denturist evaluate your dentures it can prolong the life of the prosthetic. Schedule your free consultation with Right Bite Dentures today and we can help discuss your maintenance needs.

Why is it important to have proper fitting dentures?

Many patients use paste or pads to help maintain a secure fit for their dentures. This can be necessary at times. However, the overall fitment of your dentures can adversely affect your overall health. The American Dental Association has found that oral health can have an effect on overall health including heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Proper fitting dentures may reduce resorption of gingiva, reduce jaw pain, and aid in digestion of food.