Getting Fitted for Dentures

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Getting false teeth is a big change. Many people who get dentures are coming to the dentist for the first times in their lives, and the upkeep required for sustaining solid false teeth is beyond the regular dental health routines of the average wearers. At Jon Ormson DDS, we’re here to support you. We hope this post about the denture-applying process helps you if you are in need of false teeth or other restorative dentistry options.

When you visit our office for a visit about dentures, your dentist will do a couple of things to ensure your peace of mind. First they will inspect your chompers. If you are missing some chompers or if your remaining teeth are in very poor shape, your dentist might recommend you think about false teeth as an option. (Depending on the quantity of teeth you’re missing, your dentist will suggest either partial or complete dentures.) If false teeth are the choice you want to go with, we will extract the remaining unhealthy chompers, form an impression of your mouth to mold the dentures from and adapt the dentures to fit your oral cavity in a follow-up appointment.

At Jon Ormson DDS, Dr. Jon Ormson and their Amarillo, Texas, staff are waiting to support you, so make a date for your next appointment by calling 806-354-8526 now.