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Welcome to Kayscreek Dental, the place to get your dentures in Kayscreek, UT. Our dentures help improve and restore your teeth so you can be confident whenever you smile. We provide reliable, quality dentures tailored to each individual’s needs.

What are Dentures? 

Dentures are prosthetic teeth used to replace missing teeth. They are typically made of a metal framework and acrylic resin. Dentures can be either full or partial, depending on the number of missing teeth you have.


Dentures may be full or partial and are designed to look and feel as natural as possible. They are usually made to fit the shape of your mouth and can be customized with various shades, sizes, and shapes to match the natural appearance of your teeth.   


Benefits of Dentures 

Dentures can help improve your appearance, restore your smile, and give you the confidence to smile again. They are also beneficial to your overall oral health. Dentures can help you to chew food more efficiently and prevent sores from forming on your gums.  


Full Dentures 

We recommend a full set of dentures if all your teeth have gone missing. Our dentures are designed to fit snuggly over the gums and replace all your missing teeth.  


Partial Dentures 

We use partial dentures when only some of your teeth are missing. They are designed to fit into the spaces where your missing teeth were, replacing just the missing teeth.  


Who is a Candidate for Dentures? 

Anyone missing several or all of their teeth is a candidate for dentures. Our dentists at Kayscreek Dental can help you determine which type of dentures is right for you.   


The Process of Getting Dentures with Dr. Eric Nelson 

At Kayscreek Dental, we offer the highest quality care and customer service. Our process for getting dentures with Dr. Eric Nelson involves a few simple steps:

  1. You will be evaluated to determine which type of dentures is right for you.
  2. We will take impressions of your teeth and create a model of your dentures. We will then ensure the dentures fit correctly and make necessary adjustments.
  3. We will provide you with instructions on how to care for your dentures.   


How to Care for Your Dentures

Caring for dentures is essential to keeping them in good condition and prolonging their life. We recommend brushing your dentures twice daily, just like natural teeth. Clean your dentures with a soft-bristled brush, careful not to bend or damage the dentures. Keep dentures moist when not in the mouth, and never place them in hot water or near a heat source. Soak dentures in a denture cleaner at least once a day, and never use hot water, as this can cause them to warp. It is also important to rinse dentures after every meal and to replace the denture cleaner every three months. Lastly, visit Dr. Nelson regularly for check-ups and adjustments to ensure dentures continue to fit correctly.


Denture Adjustments

Getting your dentures adjusted can be a quick and painless process. Dr. Nelson will make minor adjustments to your dentures to ensure a comfortable fit. These adjustments may involve trimming or filing the dentures, adding or removing material, or repositioning the dentures. Dr. Nelson may also adjust the bite of the denture to ensure it is comfortable and secure. In addition, it is vital to communicate any discomfort you may experience with Dr. Nelson to ensure that your dentures fit correctly.


Dentures in Kaysville, UT

If you are considering getting dentures, we invite you to Kayscreek Dental in Kaysville, UT. At Kayscreek Dental, we are committed to providing our patients with the best care and service. Dr. Nelson and our team are experienced and dedicated to the highest quality of care. 


We look forward to restoring your smile. Schedule an appointment today.

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Tuesday               9AM – 5PM

Wednesday          8AM – 2PM

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Friday                   Closed

Saturday              Closed

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