Jacksonville Same Day Dentures

Complete Your Smile in One Day

If you have suffered significant tooth loss, haven’t you gone without your teeth long enough? At Dental Center of Jacksonville, we couldn’t agree more. We understand the challenges you face each day because of your missing or failing teeth. We also know your time is valuable, and you cannot go weeks without a replacement. Now, you can rebuild a beautiful, functional smile after one appointment with same day dentures in Jacksonville. We handle everything in-house, so you can walk out of our office with your new smile.

What are Same Day Dentures?

Also known as immediate dentures, they are exactly as their name suggests. They only take one day to make, so you don’t need to deal with the inconvenience of going without your teeth. Typically, they are inserted immediately after any tooth extractions to allow you to learn how to chew and speak with your new teeth right away. This can help decrease the time it takes to adjust to your new smile.


How Do Same Day Dentures Work?

Traditional dentures require multiple appointments, which begin after your gum tissue has healed from any previous treatments, like extractions. Your dentures are crafted to fit into your mouth using a series of impressions and molds. Various appointments are needed to make adjustments to create the ideal fit before you are given your permanent dentures.

Same day dentures are a bit different. They are molded to your oral cavity before you have any extractions. You are then fitted with them after your teeth are removed. You will walk out of our office with a complete smile because we have an in-office lab. This makes it easy to get your custom-made prosthetic. Rest assured, it is of the highest quality to mimic your real teeth.

As your gums and bones heal after any extractions, your dentist in Jacksonville makes the final adjustments to your denture to ensure it fits snuggly to prevent any slipping or irritation.

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Are Same Day Dentures Right for Me?

If you have severely damaged or missing teeth, you may be a candidate for same-day dentures, especially if you want to rebuild your smile in a single visit. We offer a free consultation and X-rays to evaluate your oral health to create your customized treatment plan. We have several types of dentures to help you find the right one to restore a beautiful, functional smile. Our team of experts is here for you to deliver dentures that look and feel great!

Don’t live with missing teeth any longer. Restore your beautiful smile in just one day. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.


FAQs about One-Day Dentures

You’ve lived with an incomplete smile long enough. You shouldn’t need to go any longer without your teeth. Now, you can enjoy a complete, functional smile with one-day dentures in Jacksonville. Although you’re excited to begin the process of rebuilding your smile, we understand you still have several questions about them. We take the time to address your concerns during your appointment, but in the meantime, here are the answers to a few of the most common questions we’re asked.


Do same-day dentures hurt?

As with any dental treatment, it’s normal to be concerned about pain. Although the dentures themselves will not necessarily hurt, you may experience some pain and swelling while you recover from your tooth extractions. As your gum tissue heals and you have adjustments made to your denture, you will enjoy a comfortable fit without any irritation.


Will my denture look natural?

Let’s face it, dentures have a bad reputation for looking fake. Although this may have been true in the past, you can rest assured your new smile will look natural. Our office embraces the latest technological advancements and uses high-quality material to improve the fit, durability, and aesthetics of your new smile. Your denture is custom-made to mimic your natural teeth, so no one will tell they are not your own.


What can I expect the first day?

We recommend you keep your new denture in place for 24 to 48 hours if possible. This gives your tissue a better chance of healing to the shape of your denture for enhanced stability. If you experience bleeding or it is too uncomfortable, you can remove your denture for short times. By the end of the third day, you should only wear your denture during the day.

During the first day, it is normal to experience minor bleeding and discomfort. The bleeding should subside on its own quickly. You can use over-the-counter pain relievers to manage any discomfort. It is best to stick to a liquid or soft diet for the first couple of days after getting your denture. As you heal, you can reintroduce harder foods.

Oral hygiene is also important while you recover. Gently rinse your mouth with cold water during the first 24 hours. Afterward, rinse with warm water several times a day for the next 24 to 48 hours. We’ll go over your aftercare instructions before you go home to protect your new smile from preventable complications.


How soon can I use an adhesive?

An adhesive will hold your denture in place, minimizing slipping and irritation, so you can speak, smile, and chew without any concern; however, you shouldn’t use one right away. It is best to wait until any extraction sites have healed, which can take about 7 to 10 days. This ensures a more comfortable transition after the gum tissue has covered the extraction sites. You may need to try a few different products to find the right adhesive for your individual needs and your preferences.


Still have questions?

A member of our team is only a phone call away. If you shave questions about same-day dentures, contact our office today.

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At Dental Center of Jacksonville, maintaining the comfort and relaxation of our valued patients is always a top priority! That’s why our team has invested in enjoyable amenities and comfort-based technology – we want you and your family to feel at ease during each and every appointment. Contact us today to schedule your first visit, or if you have any questions or concerns our team can help you with.