Missing teeth can have a negative impact on your quality of life. So can an ill-fitting denture.
Tooth loss not only has a major effect on the way you eat and speak, but it also compromises your appearance.
Learn how the dentists at Verde Point Dental Associates in Marietta, GA, serving Powder Springs and Kennesaw, can replace missing teeth with a full or partial denture... and if you already have a removable appliance, learn how you can improve your quality of life with a better fitting or permanently attached implant supported prosthetic...
“Dr. Kimmerling is an amazing dentist! He is very knowledgeable and professional. The entire staff is very friendly, and receptionists are always nice and helpful. I always have the best experience there. Thank you all for your outstanding job!”Karyna B.
Dr. Kirk Kimmerling, Dr. Garrick McGrath, and Dr. Lincoln Fantaski at our Marietta dentistry practice can replace missing teeth with natural-looking dentures, restoring your smile. Our caring and compassionate dental professionals utilize state-of-the-art technology, the highest-quality materials, and the latest techniques to craft restorations that look and function just like real teeth. By utilizing the latest technology, the doctors at Verde Pointe are able to deliver superior quality prosthetics in significantly fewer appointments compared to traditional dentures -- without compromising on the quality or fit!
Our expert staff is here to provide you with world-class dental care regardless of your needs, and we can provide you with affordable restorations to meet your budget. From conventional dentures to dental implant-supported restorations, our dentists can treat any existing dental conditions to get you started on the path to your new smile today.
Our Marietta, GA, practice uses advanced dental technology and the best materials available to ensure your restorations look and function like natural teeth. Our dentists use digital systems to eliminate the need for uncomfortable and messy putty impressions. This also allows us to customize your denture with the utmost precision. Our dental office has in-house milling and 3D printing technology, allowing us to closely oversee production from start to finish. By leveraging the latest technology, we can also significantly decrease the amount of appointments before delivering your final smile!
Partials only replace a small section of your smile and help stop surrounding teeth from shifting out of position or becoming crooked. Also known as a removable dental bridge, “partials” have replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored plastic base connected and kept in place by a metal framework. They can also be supported by dental implants.
There are multiple factors that can influence how much you can expect to pay for replacement teeth. The good news is that if you have insurance, most plans will cover at least a portion of the cost of your denture. Our staff is glad to take all the time necessary to help you understand your options and find a way to help make full or partial dentures a fit for your budget. We offer financing options through CareCredit®, a reputable third-party lender.
“I have been a patient at this location for almost 4 years and have never had a bad experience...the Doctors are very knowledgeable, kind, and professional. The facility uses state of the art equipment and is very clean. They do their best to make sure you are comfortable during procedures. wouldn't go anywhere else. Love..love..love...my dentist office!!”Dominique S.
Options From A to Z
Acrylic, the least expensive material, can be used for a partial denture, complete denture, or hybrid denture (or "all-on-four"). While it is the most affordable entry point, the lower cost aligns with a decrease in durability. Porcelain is significantly stronger and looks more like real teeth, but costs can very depending on which teeth need to be porcelain. Zirconia, the strongest material, can have significantly increased expense, but can be layered with porcelain for improved esthetics and is the strongest material we use in dentistry. Zirconia is used for hybrid dentures, and not commonly for complete dentures.
The state of your dental health will impact the cost of your new replacement teeth. Our dentists may first need to treat one or a number of issues prior to beginning restorative treatment for partials, dentures, and "All-On-Four" treatment options. If your jaw is in need of a bone graft, expect to pay $450 to $800 per area. Periodontal (gum) disease treatment is a common need, and cost depends on the extent of the disease. Extractions can cost $230 and up, depending on the severity and complexity of the case. Insurance will usually contribute to the cost of any extractions or gum disease treatment needed to prepare your smile for dentures.
If your oral health qualifies you as a candidate for dental implants, the benefits can be priceless. Not only do implants improve stability, restoring form and function to your smile, but they support your oral health by stopping the jawbone atrophy that occurs after tooth loss. A single implant can cost $1,600 to $2,200, and dentures can require two to eight implants per arch. Dentures can be permanently attached to implants or snap onto implants for use during the day, depending on the patient's desires and goals.
Verde Pointe Dental Associates in Marietta, serving Powder Springs and Kennesaw, is here to repair your replacement teeth if they become damaged. Thanks to our dentists using the latest technologies, procedures, and techniques, we see less need for repairs today than in times past. However, we understand that damage can still occur. Life without teeth is difficult to say the least, so when repairs are needed, a quick turnaround is critical. If your partial or full dentures need repair, contact our dentistry practice today to learn how we can help.
Contact us online or call us at (770) 423-4900 to schedule an appointment today.
- American Dental Association
- Georgia Dental Association
- American Society of Implant & Reconstructive Dentistry
“My husband and I love Verde Pointe and Dr. Kirk. We have been patients for about 5 years, and it has been the best dental experience we have ever had. Everyone is always very nice and helpful. The entire visit turns into a relaxing experience.” Roxanne French