Dentures Call For Lifelike Replacement Teeth
  • Reveal a stunning smile with custom dentures
  • Our on-site lab creates your beautiful new teeth
  • Rely on the expertise of our prosthodontists

Make Your Smile Whole With Our Dentures in Oxnard

When you need an entire arch of teeth replaced, you want an option that gives you a smile that looks and feels natural. Our dentures in Oxnard are custom designed to your liking and created by the master technicians at in-house lab. As one of our two in-house prosthodontists, Dr. Jivraj has extensive experience replacing missing teeth. He supervises our lab, so you can be assured that our restorations are of the highest quality.

That’s why Anacapa Dental Art Institute is such a wonderful choice for your dental needs. As our patient, you will benefit from:

  • Our modern technology including digital impressions and 3-D scanners
  • Your choice of sedation to ease your dental anxiety
  • Two in-house prosthodontists who are recognized experts in their field
  • Materials that are compatible with your body and won’t harm your oral health

For a complimentary consultation, call 805-800-8289. We’ll give you a tour of our facilities and begin the process to give back a full set of teeth.

Choose the Right Dentures for Your Smile

Dentures have come a long way. Thanks to advancements in dental technology, they are more natural-looking and provide better oral function than ever before. When you visit our practice, our prosthodontists, Dr. Jivraj and Dr. Giraldo, will recommend the dentures right for your smile. We’ll also utilize digital technology to create your dentures at our on-site lab.

Your denture options, include:

  • Traditional Dentures – These removable teeth are often used for full arch tooth replacement. Our dentures are customized for your smile, so they look great and feel great.
  • Partial Dentures – If you have some healthy teeth remaining, we’ll create partial dentures to fill in the space where teeth are missing.
  • Implant Dentures – We can discuss if pairing your dentures with traditional implants is an ideal option for you. These artificial tooth roots offer benefits to your oral health, including the preservation of bone mass in your jaw.

In addition to creating dentures for you, we can also upgrade your existing dentures. We’ll make sure you have a more comfortable fit and enjoy aesthetic improvements to your smile.

If you are ready to show off a complete set of teeth with dentures in Oxnard, call 805-800-8289 for an appointment. You can also schedule online. Saturday visits are available by request.

Common Questions About Dentures

Who might need dentures?

Dentures can replace either a few missing teeth or all your teeth, depending on your situation. We offer dentures in several styles to accommodate just about every patient. You can get partial or full conventional dentures that remove easily for cleaning, or you can stabilize your dentures with a set of dental implants for superior comfort and performance.

How long does it take to make dentures?

Most dentures that our patients get will take one to two weeks to make. We’ll typically custom-craft your new dentures in our on-site lab for an exact fit. While your dentures are being made, we can supply you with a set of temporary dentures to wear. That way, you’ll never be without your teeth.

How much do dentures cost?

Once we’ve examined your mouth, discussed your options, and worked up a treatment plan, we can let you know how much your dentures will cost. Simpler dentures made from less expensive materials will naturally cost less, but they may not last as long. Dentures made from premium materials require a bigger investment up front but tend to hold up better in the long run.

Which is better: dentures or implants?

Conventional dentures cost less than dental implant dentures. However, some of the benefits of implants may make it worth the added cost. For instance, dental implants will keep you from suffering the bone loss that causes your jaw to shrink, giving you an older appearance and making it more difficult to keep your dentures in place. They can also last a lifetime.

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