Welcome to Lynnwood Dentures Clinic
Lynnwood Dentures Clinic offer High quality and valuable denture services to patients from Relines or Rebase to Repairs, Full/Complete Denture to Immediate Dentures, and Acrylic Partials to Metal Frame Partials. Also, we provide Night Guards and Bleaching Trays. Lynnwood Dentures Clinic covers all grounds of denture services to make your smile as good as new. The patient who has lost teeth regains the ability to eat virtually anything and can smile with confidence, knowing that teeth appear natural and that facial contours will be preserved.
Lynnwood Dentures Clinic is changing the way people live to the best, and with them, patients are rediscovering the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh and enjoy life. We strive to create an atmosphere that feels safe and professional, giving you exactly the treatment that you need. For more information about our services or to schedule your FREE consultation, please, feel free to call us.
Who is a Denturist?
Dentist are just one of a number of dental professionals. There are other specialists with different training and duties who serve in the dental field. One of them is known as the denturist. Denturists fit dentures in non-surgical settings and often have independent practices. The word implies a relative relation to dentures, and denturists are the experts in examining your jaw and taking measurements for dentures. Later on, they construct the dentures, deliver them, and then fit them into a patient's mouth.
A denturist usually graduates from an accredited denturist technology program. Also, they are required to obtain a state license. Denturists are often called upon to replace missing teeth with partial or total dentures.
Everything you need to know about Dentures
When a person is missing teeth, he or she may experience a variety of problems. The person may become less confident in their smile and have difficulty speaking and eating certain foods. Dentures are appliances that are custom made to replace a person's missing teeth and restore the appearance and oral functions that were lost. The denture can be either a full denture or a partial denture. A full denture is used when all of the person's teeth are missing and a partial denture is used when only some of the teeth are missing. Prosthodontists advise to get a new set of dentures every 5-7 years to keep up with the changes in the mouth and to ward off any signs of deterioration and wear to the dentures. However, a regular 6 month checkups are advisable to avoid any unforeseen problems and to check the underlying tissues supporting the denture for signs of infection or sore spots.
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