Dentures in Annandale, VA

Get your full smile back at Annandale Smiles.

Revolutionary
Denture Design
Dentures today aren’t the same as your grandparent’s dentures.
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Tooth loss can happen for several reasons, including tooth decay, gum disease, and injury, but there’s an affordable way to restore your smile with dentures beautifully. Dentures long ago may have been one-size-fits-all, but today’s dentures look and feel more natural.

Our dentures in Annandale, VA are custom-made to suit your appearance, and they’re custom-fit to ensure you’re comfortable and confident when you eat and speak.

Dentures can replace:

  • A single missing tooth

  • Several missing teeth

  • A full set of missing teeth

Our dentistsLearn more about our dentists at Annandale SmilesLearn more about Annandale Smiles can produce a partial denture or full denture based on your needs. We also offer removable dentures and permanently placed dentures supported by implants.

The Benefits of
Dentures
Here are the reasons why our patients love custom-made dentures for tooth replacement.
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Functionality

Dentures let you eat and speak naturally and are easy to clean and care for.

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Confidence

A full set of teeth lets you feel like your authentic self and gives a fuller facial appearance.

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Affordability

Dentures are one of the most cost-effective choices for tooth replacement.

The Process of
Getting Dentures
Our experienced dentist at Annandale Smiles makes tooth replacement a smooth process.
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Custom dentures in Annandale, VA can be made to accommodate one or multiple missing teeth or to accommodate a full set of missing teeth. The process is similar for partial dentures or a complete set of dentures.

  • Step 1

    We’ll assess your teeth, gums, and overall health to see if dentures are the best solution for your tooth loss. This includes an exam and x-ray, along with an impression of your mouth. Together we’ll discuss your goals and the ideal shape, size, and shade of your restoration.

  • Step 2

    The impression of your teeth helps us make the perfect denture for your mouth. We customize the size, fit, and look so that your dentures look and feel natural.

  • Step 3

    Once the denture is made, we check the fit to ensure they’re comfortable. If needed, we make mild adjustments. It’ll take a few days to adapt to your new dentures, but the entire process is painless, and soon you can enjoy your new smile and renewed function.

We offer removable dentures and implant-supported dentures, based on your needs. Both are custom-made, but one can be removed at night while the other is permanently adhered to the jawbone with metal posts.

Testimonials
Hear what our patients are saying about us.

Henry CluneHenry Clune
05:34 08 Jan 22
Hannah, Cenae, and Nicole are the embodiment of professionalism. They always bring joy to every visit, and I love talking to them after my appointments. On top of those 3 making my reception into the dentists warm and welcome, the dentist's themselves do the best job everytime. My teeth come out cleaner than a baby's bottom and I feel like I have a new mouth leaving the place. I will literally go here until I die. 5/5 would definitely recommend if looking for a new dentist. Best receptionist's ever too.UPDATE:Elizabeth (like the queen) was my hygienist for my most recent visit. Did she do a good job? Is the Pope Catholic? My teeth feel cleaner than a new Lamborghini being unveiled for the first time at an auto show. She always does an amazing job!Still 5/5 would totally recommend for anyone looking for a dentist.
Courtney BCourtney B
00:08 12 Dec 21
Front desk lady and lady who brought me back were cold but my dental hygienist Jimmy was amazing and so kind. He was friendly and made me comfortable to ask questions and get feedback about my dental care. He and Dr. Johnson both gave me confidence in my care and care plan moving forward. I recently moved but will go out of my way to continue going back. They do a great job working with insurance as well. Highly recommend.
Melynda WortendykeMelynda Wortendyke
21:34 07 Dec 21
I had an amazing visit today at Annandale Smiles. It started with a friendly staff who confirmed my information before a very short wait for my appointment. Next, I was taken on a short tour of the facility, where the cleanliness and comfortable decor made me feel at ease. Once in the roommy dental hygienist, Jimmy, explained everything that was going to happen in a very comforting manner. If anyone has a fear of dentist, he’s your man. He did such an excellent job of cleaning my teeth, to the extent that I could feel a difference by the end. Doctor Mike came in and checked me over letting me know that I was in good condition. They answered my questions with authority and even advised on some brands to use for what I was looking for. It was an excellent visit and I would wholeheartedly recommend this office!
Natalie CuzmarNatalie Cuzmar
14:10 15 Oct 21
As a new patient, I loved my experience at Annandale Smiles! The exam rooms were clean and the staff is super friendly and knowledgeable! Nancy (the hygienist) explained everything during the cleaning and how to improve my flossing! Dr. Michael and his assistant, Gaby, kept me relaxed and made me feel comfortable during my fillings. Added bonus that they give you a welcome bag with goodies and there’s a ton of free parking! 10/10 would recommend!
Jennifer DeForestJennifer DeForest
11:20 02 Oct 21
I've been coming here for years. Jimmy is one of my favorite hygienist! Careful and thoughtful throughout the entire cleaning process. 💯 Recommended!
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FAQ About
Dentures
  • How much is a set of dentures?

    The cost of dentures varies from patient to patient because each denture is custom-made and depends on your dental insurance coverage.

    Please contact us for a consultation and a cost estimate for dentures in Annandale, VA.

  • What are the best dentures to get?

    Implant-supported dentures are the best type of dentures because they stay in place and offer support, just like your natural teeth. The metal post of an implant fuses directly with the jawbone, so there’s no risk of dentures falling out or an awkward fit.

    Each patient is different, so the best type of denture for you depends on your goals, budget, and if you’re a candidate for implant surgery.

  • Can I get my teeth pulled and dentures on the same day?

    Same-day dentures let you replace your teeth in one day after an extraction. Typically, tooth extraction and dentures take time to complete because your gums should heal before wearing dentures.

    By waiting for your gums to heal, we can create a better fitting denture that lets you eat and speak more naturally.

  • What is the average age to get dentures?

    According to the ADA patient guide Mouth Healthy, an average adult between 20 – 64 already has 3 or more missing or decayed teeth. While tooth loss may seem like an issue that only older adults experience, the truth is tooth loss can occur for a variety of reasons to young, middle-aged, and older adults.

    If you’ve lost a permanent tooth, there’s no need to panic, but it’s important to schedule a consultation so your dentist can preserve your oral health. Dentures are one option for tooth replacement, along with bridges, crowns, and dental implants.

    Even if the tooth is in the back of your mouth where no one will see it, there are several risks involved with not restoring it. Risks of leaving tooth loss unattended include shifting teeth that affect your bite and jaw, jaw pain, bone loss in the jaw, and adverse effects to your speech or chewing ability.

    Dentures are for people of all ages who lose a permanent tooth for a variety of reasons. If you have a missing tooth or missing teeth, let our team at Annandale Smiles restore your smile.

  • How many teeth can be pulled at once for dentures?

    The number of teeth that can be pulled in one visit depends on a person’s overall health. Tooth extraction may be necessary to preserve your oral health for several reasons, including decay, disease, and injury.

    Upon completing an oral exam, x-rays, and reviewing your medical history, we can determine how many teeth can be pulled at once for dentures.

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