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Re-place confidence in your smile with replacement dentures
Meticulously handcraftedWhether you opt for the traditional feel and comfort of cold-poured dentures or the advanced technology of a heat-injected design, you’ll get a high-quality denture replacement uniquely shaped for you at Aspen Dental.
Get the convenience — and comfort — that comes with knowing your replacement dentures will be crafted right on-site, in as little as one day. You’ll enjoy a smile that fits you at a price that fits your budget.
for your life
For new patients without insurance.
with a free exam
Plus get 20% off your treatment plan.
20% off custom-crafted denturesIt’s that time of year again. We’ll make sure your smile is shining bright.
Walk-in denture servicesAll your needs addressed, all in our on-site labs. Drop by today.
Smile, you’ve got
peace of mind
No need to worry about an emergency replacement denture cost. You’ll be covered with a warranty because you shouldn’t have to pay for manufacturer defects. Depending on the replacement dentures you choose, Aspen Dental will repair them for free, for up to 7 years.
Our goal is to make sure you’re 100% satisfied with your replacement dentures. But if you aren’t, we will give you 100% of your money back – up to 90 days after insert of final denture or hard reline.
5 signs you’re ready for replacement dentures
1. Your dentures are damaged and/or discolored
As durable as good dentures are, life can take its toll on them. If your dentures are cracked or significantly discolored, it’s an indication they won’t serve you much longer—and could fully break.
2. Your dentures are chipped
Small chips in your dentures can be uncomfortable and irritate your tongue or cheeks. Don’t live with the discomfort.
3. Your dentures are painful to wear
The number one job of dentures is to complete your natural smile. But there’s no smiling when they cause you pain.
4. Your smile has changed
Are your current dentures no longer filling all the gaps in your smile? If so, it could affect their fit and usefulness.
5. You’re having difficulty talking and/or eating
Are you finding yourself slurring your words frequently? Are you having trouble taking bites of food? Both could be a sign your dentures are loose.