At Home Professional Dental Care – Our Lab Comes to You!Sun City West, AZ
At AZ Denture Center, Terri has been the same owner since 2009 in Sun City West and the surrounding area, and we offer No. 1 high quality Custom Crafted Dentures & Partials, Relines and can provide you transportation to our Dental Practice or Lab.
If you can’t travel we can send our Professional to you for a free consultation in the comfort of your home or nursing home. We are here to support your loved one enjoy a healthier life with good oral care with our highly skilled professionals and our on-site lab. Our Friendly, Caring, and Professional experienced Staff are committed to support you with our On-Site Lab for Repairs. See what our recent patients say about AZ Denture Center.
Donna Feldman - a month ago
“I took my mom here after going through a couple back experiences trying to give her a better quality of life with a set of Dentures that would fit properly and feel good. Or at the very least allow her to bite into a sandwich again without embarrassment. Dr. Culver and Terri could not have been more kind, knowledgeable and patient. We are thoroughly please with the care mom received. I would recommend AZ Denture Center in a heartbeat. Thank you for taking such good care of mom.”
J Bindon - 4 weeks ago
"I had to replace a tooth that broke off my partial denture. It happened after 8 pm, but Terry took my call right away, and I had an appointment at 9 am the next day. She saw me immediately, took a mould, repaired the denture while I waited, and made the appropriate adjustments to make sure everything looked good and fit properly in less than 90 minutes. Terry is friendly, efficient, professional, and did a great job. I highly recommend her."
Deema Chahoud - 3 months ago
"I am so pleased with this office very nice and informative Dr Paul and Terry provided me excellent service and I will be coming here for all my future dental need 5 star not enough for AZ Denture"
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Have you decided that dentures are right for you? If not, consider speaking with our team to see what your options are. For more information, call us at (623) 476-3237.
“Some people may also believe that if they remove all their teeth and get full dentures, they’ll never need to set foot in a dentist’s office again.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Will dentures change my appearance?
A. When patients lose their teeth, the bone loss may begin to cause the cheek to look hollow and sunken. Dentures can help to fill out space and retain the face’s original shape. Having a full set of teeth that look beautiful and healthy also improves a person’s appearance and overall confidence.
Q. Is it difficult to eat with dentures?
A. Eating with dentures may feel uncomfortable for a few weeks, just as when people get braces for the first time. However, over time, it becomes easier. In the beginning, try to stay away from foods that meet any of the following criteria:
Q. Are there any risks associated with dentures?
A. A 2015 study published by the National Institute of Health found that seniors who wore dentures while they slept long-term faced a higher risk of developing pneumonia. The CDC also believes dentures may negatively affect nutrition. They attribute this to denture wearers avoiding fruits and vegetables because they are more difficult to chew.
Q. Are Adhesives Necessary?
A. Patients who have lost all their natural teeth may require adhesives, while others may not. Even so, patients with only partial tooth loss may choose to use adhesives for additional support. It may also assist people suffering from neurological disabilities, dry mouth, or who take certain medications.
Q. How Much Do Dentures Cost?
A. Dentures tend to be more affordable than other tooth replacement options. Each case is different, and the individual selections a patient makes can affect the cost. Generally speaking, dentures offer the most cost-effective full tooth replacement. When patients choose hybrid options that involve implants, the price may increase for each implant added.
Q. How Can I Pay for Dentures?
A. Dental insurance may cover the cost of dentures. However, there may be a waiting period due to a pre-existing condition. Some patients rely on dental savings plans. Your insurance provider can discuss with you the details.
Quality Dental Services Can Transform Your Smile
By visiting us as soon as possible, our team can help get you the professional treatment you need. Instead of waiting around and allowing the symptoms to get worse, we can provide you with treatment options.
- Alveolar Bone
- The alveolar bone is the bone surrounding the root of the tooth that keeps the tooth in place.
- Denture Base
- The denture base is the part of the denture that connects the artificial teeth with the soft tissue of the gums.
- Periodontal Disease
- Periodontal disease is a condition that causes inflammation of the gingival tissues and membrane of the teeth, leading to tooth loss without professional treatment.
Helpful Related Links
- American Dental Association (ADA). Glossary of Dental Clinical Terms. 2021
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry® (AACD). Home Page. 2021
- WebMD. WebMD’s Oral Care Guide. 2021
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- AZ Denture Center was established in 2009.
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- We serve patients from the following counties: Maricopa County
- We serve patients from the following cities: West Sun City, Surprise, El Mirage, Sun City, Peoria, Glendale, Phoenix, Scottsdale and Avondale
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AZ Denture Center19082 N R H Johnson Blvd Ste G
Sun City West, AZ 85375
Phone: (623) 476-3237
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