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Sunrise Dental

Dentist located in Lynnwood, WA

Dentures Specialist

Dentures are a tried-and-true solution for patients missing one or more of their natural teeth. Sunrise Dental of Lynnwood helps patients in Lynnwood, WA, look and feel their best with dentures made of lightweight, durable materials designed to look and feel more like natural teeth.

Dentures Q & A

Sunrise Dental

How Will My Dentures Be Made?

Dentures begin with impressions of the teeth that serve as models for the partial or complete denture. The impressions are sent to a lab where special techniques and state-of-the-art, lightweight, durable materials are used to create the dentures. The denture itself will feature a gum-colored base designed to snugly grip the contours of the natural gums for greater security. Teeth can be shaped and tinted so they look completely natural. Once the dentures are ready, they’ll be carefully fitted and adjusted so they feel comfortable and rest securely on the gums.

What’s the Difference Between a Complete and Partial Denture?

A complete denture replaces all the teeth on the upper or lower arch while a partial denture replaces one or several teeth.

How Long Will It Be Before My Dentures Start Feeling Comfortable?

Most patients find they’re comfortable with their dentures within a week or two of receiving them. Generally speaking, it’s easier to adjust to a partial denture than to a complete denture, and patients who have had partial dentures will adjust more quickly to a complete denture. To make the adjustment process easier, patients can try reading out loud and eating a variety of foods so they get used to the way the dentures feel and “work.” It’s also important to wear the dentures as directed, to clean them properly, and to call the office if they’re very uncomfortable or cause sore spots.

What if My Dentures Start to Slip A Lot?

Dentures that slip can be very embarrassing, and they can also cause painful sore spots that can eventually lead to infection. If a denture begins to slip, it’s important to schedule an appointment right away to have them adjusted.

I Have Complete Upper and Lower Dentures. Do I Still Need to See the Dentist?

Yes. Seeing the dentist on a routine basis, even if you have no natural teeth, is very important for making sure the gums and other tissue remain healthy, as well as to have regular adjustments that enable the dentures to continue to fit well as you get older.

Accepted Insurance Providers

At Sunrise Dental of Lynnwood, we are dedicated to our patients' dental health. We accept most PPO insurances to make sure that all of our patients are covered. If your insurance is not listed or if you have any questions, please call our office to see how we can partner with you.

Aetna
Aflac
Ameritas
Assurant Dental Health Alliance (PPO)
Blue Cross
Cigna
Delta Dental
GEHA Connection Dental
Great West Health Care
Guardian
Lincoln Dental
MetLife Dental
Premera Blue Cross
Principal Dental PPO
Sun Life Financial PPO
United Concordia PPO
Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • Google+

    "Dr. Lam and her staff are amazing! From the warm welcome when you walk in to the gentle touch she has with the cleaning!"

    Racheal L.
  • Yelp

    "I love this dental office. Everyone is really nice and friendly and have provided excellent dental treatment for my many root canals and crowns. I highly recommend..."

    Susan E.
  • "We really enjoy going Sunrise Dental. Our whole family has been going there at least 10 years. The staff is so personable and friendly..."

    Carrie L.
  • "I have been going to the Sunrise Dental in Lynnwood for many years now. 3 years ago we moved to Stanwood and I still continue to go to Lynnwood..."

    Karen C.
  • "Even though it is hard for me to come to a dental appointment as I have TMJ, Dr. Lam and her team are always helpful, caring and efficient."

    Cecily S.
Location
Sunrise Dental
3505 188th Street SW
Lynnwood, WA 98037
Phone: 425-448-1052
Fax: (425) 744-0933
Office Hours

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425-448-1052