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New & Replacement Dentures in Cartersville, GA

Dentures or partials can give you back your smile and help you eat the foods you love with confidence. Choice One Dental Care® helps patients in the Cartersville area with missing teeth to regain their smile and live life normally by providing top quality dentures.


Trade in your old dentures and receive a $500 credit toward a new set. Offer valid for a set of lower and upper dentures. No cash value. Offer cannot be combined with other offers. Restrictions apply.

What are Dentures?

Dentures are synthetic teeth that are positioned along the gum line to replace natural teeth. Dentures allow you to enjoy normal biting, chewing and speech when your natural teeth have been lost due to damage or decay.

Benefits of Dentures

Besides helping you to speak normally and enjoy your favorite foods, dentures can provide you with a beautiful, natural-looking smile when you have one or more missing teeth.

What is the Procedure for Dentures?

The process for dentures begins with the extraction of any damaged or problem teeth. The mouth is then allowed to heal before the dentures are fitted. Once your gums are sufficiently healed, your dentist will make a mold of your mouth. The impression is sent to a lab where the dentures are manufactured. Depending on your situation, your dentist may recommend conventional full dentures or immediate dentures, which are made as soon as your teeth are extracted and adjusted later for proper fit and comfort. In some cases, partial dentures are used as an alternative to implants or bridges.

When Should I Replace My Dentures?

As a general rule, you should replace your dentures every five to 10 years. You may notice that your dentures begin to fit differently as your jawbone begins to shrink over time. It is normal for dentures to wear down and for your mouth to change over the years, so it is important to have your dentures checked during your annual dental visits.

How Should I Clean My Dentures?

You should clean your dentures daily as part of a good oral health routine. For daily cleaning, it is best to use a soft brush and mild cleaning agents, such as soap and water or products designed specifically for dentures. You should clean both the outside and inside of the dentures to prevent the buildup of bacteria. When you take your dentures out at night, you should soak them in denture cleaner and water.

Dentures are very delicate, so we recommend that you take precautions to avoid breaking them during cleaning. For example, you should use a soft towel to cushion the counter or fill the sink with water in case you should accidentally drop your dentures.

What If My Denture is Causing Soreness on My Gums?

It is very common for new dentures to rub and cause soreness and tenderness of the gums. If this should happen, simply call our office to arrange a follow-up appointment. We can adjust your dentures to eliminate the sore spots.