Replace Missing Teeth With Montgomery Dentures For A Better, Healthier Smile

Dentures in Montgomery from Dr. Chet Swartzentruber and Dr. Shawn Keahey provide you with a new smile and improved oral health. We offer multiple denture options at Carmichael Dental Care that will:

  • Be created to look just like natural teeth
  • Benefit your smile for years
  • Prevent other dental issues from affecting your smile

Dr. Swartzentruber and Dr. Keahey use Cosmetic Life-Like Dentures®. These are designed to look completely natural, create a more youthful appearance, and provide long-lasting results.

Call Carmichael Dental Care at 334-600-1423 to consult with our dentists at our welcoming office. We will provide the perfect dentures for you, and you can even save 20 percent on them by joining our Carmichael Advantage Dental Savings Plan.

Our Dentures Choices Give You Plenty of Options

Because every smile is different, we offer a variety of dentures to best suit your needs. We will examine your mouth, then recommend one of the following:

  • Full Or Partial Dentures – Full conventional dentures replace all your teeth. These will be made to look great and feel comfortable. If you need to have any existing teeth extracted, the procedure will be gently performed in our office with no discomfort. If you need only a few teeth to be replaced, partial dentures are a great way to gain a full smile. These will be attached to your existing teeth to keep them in place.
  • Dentures Supported By Dental Implants – Your dentures can also be attached to dental implants, which are replacement tooth roots that are placed directly into your jawbone. This ensures that your dentures never slip out of place when you’re talking or eating. Dental implants also improve your oral health by stimulating your jaw, which can become weak if teeth have been missing for too long.

Receive Your New Dentures Comfortably With Soothing Sedation

We use digital X-rays to get the best look at your mouth’s condition, as well as intraoral cameras that allow you to see what we see on monitors. By gaining a detailed view of your smile, our dentists can determine which dentures will be right for you. You may be interested in dental implants to act as anchors for your dentures. If so, we will ensure you’re a good candidate.

We offer sedation options to help you feel completely at ease during any procedure, such as extractions. These include:

  • Laughing Gas – Laughing gas is inhaled and puts you in a more relaxed state so you feel no stress or discomfort during treatment. It wears off shortly after your treatment if you prefer not to feel the effects of sedation throughout the rest of your day.
  • Oral Conscious Sedation – Taken as a pill before your appointment, this form of sedation allows you to remain awake but just barely. You’ll feel no anxiety or pain, but you will be able to talk and communicate with us. Because you will be very drowsy, a companion will need to bring you to our office and drive you home afterward.

Call Carmichael Dental Care at 334-600-1423 to visit us for a consultation on Montgomery dentures or to ask us any questions about your new smile.

Common Questions About Dentures

Who might need dentures?

If you’ve lost all or nearly all your teeth, you might be a good candidate for dentures. Dentures can replace either full arches or partial arches of teeth with lifelike artificial teeth. With our Cosmetic Life-Like Dentures®, you’ll enjoy a beautiful smile again, plus you’ll have a wider selection of delicious and nutritious foods you can indulge in.

How long does it take to make dentures?

In general, most patients can expect their new dentures to be made in about one to two weeks. Some cases may take a little longer, and some a little shorter. You will then try them on to make sure they fit, and we’ll make any needed adjustments if they don’t. Dr. Swartzentruber or Dr. Keahey can provide you with temporary dentures to wear while your final restorations are being made. That way you don’t ever have to be without your teeth again.

When do dentures need to be relined?

Relining is a process during which we reshape the underside of your dentures, usually to tighten the fit of dentures that have become loose over time. Dentures loosen because of bone loss in your jaw. You can keep your jaw stronger with dental implants so your dentures will fit better. Ask your dentist about dental implant dentures during your consultation.