Dentures services offered in Seattle, WA

Dentures can help you smile more confidently, which is important, but they also resolve issues you may have with eating and speaking. At Seattle Crown Hill Dental, you can undergo a personalized denture design plan to restore your natural bite and smile. Whether you need a full or partial set of dentures, their skilled team can help restore your smile. To learn more about your options for dentures, call the office or request an appointment online today. 

Dentures Q & A

What are dentures?

Dentures are prosthetic teeth that can replace several missing permanent teeth, a full arch of teeth, or all of your permanent teeth. You may need dentures if your teeth fall out or you require extraction because of severe tooth decay. Seattle Crown Hill Dental offers several types of dentures to meet your specific needs.

What are the benefits of dentures?

One of the greatest benefits of dentures is the confidence you experience when smiling, especially if you’ve gone for years with missing teeth. But getting fitted for a set of dentures goes far beyond cosmetic benefits. Dentures can help you:

  • Prevent bone and gum-tissue loss
  • Speak clearly and improve your speech
  • Eat foods you may otherwise have to avoid (like corn on the cob)

Dentures also support your facial muscles and help fill out your face and resolve cosmetic issues like sunken cheeks. 

Which type of dentures will I need?

At Seattle Crown Hill Dental, you have a detailed consultation with your dentist. This helps ensure that your dentures are crafted with both beauty and optimal functionality in mind. 

If you still have many of your remaining teeth, you may only need partial dentures. But if you’re missing all your teeth or need to have the last remaining teeth pulled, full (conventional) dentures may be the best solution. 

Seattle Crown Hill Dental offers many types of dentures, including:

Conventional dentures

Conventional dentures are removable dentures used to replace your upper arch, lower arch, or all of your teeth. You can take them out at night when you sleep.

Immediate dentures

Your provider can fit you for immediate dentures the same day as your teeth extractions. These dentures help you avoid going toothless during the healing process. After your gums heal, your dentist at Seattle Crown Hill Dental might recommend replacement or realignment. 


Overdentures fit over some of your remaining natural teeth. To qualify for overdentures, you must have some natural teeth strong enough to support your new dentures.

Implant-supported dentures

Implant-supported dentures attach to titanium posts embedded in your jaw. Multiple dental visits, and several months of healing, are required for this process.

How often do I need to have my dentures replaced?

Whether you still have some of your natural teeth or not, you need to come into Seattle Crown Hill Dental twice a year for dental exams and oral health evaluations. Your dentist uses these appointments as opportunities to check the fit and comfort of your dentures.

If your dentures feel like they’re loose or are rubbing and causing sores, your dentist can adjust them during your checkups. But because your underlying gums will likely shrink and change shape gradually over the years, you usually need to replace your dentures every 5-10 years.

To learn more about your options for dentures, call Seattle Crown Hill Dental, or request an appointment online today.