Affordable Dentures in Newtown, Connecticut

Our top-quality dentures are the ideal way to restore the look and function of your smile without the need for implant surgery. Call Diamond Dental for our affordable denture services!

Dentures in Newtown, Connecticut

How Much Do Dentures Cost?

Every case is unique. The cost of your dentures will depend on your treatment needs, as well as the type of dentures you require. No matter which dentures are right for you, Dr. Vedullapalli and the Diamond Dental team offer top-quality dentures at affordable prices. We are in-network with most major PPOs and also offer flexible financing options.

How Do Dentures Work?

Dentures are removable dental prosthetics used to replace smiles in cases of partial or full-mouth tooth loss. At Diamond Dental, we make our dentures from natural-looking artificial teeth and gum-colored acrylic bases. The base blends in with your gum tissue and holds your artificial teeth in place, restoring the look and function of your bite. Because dentures are removable, you can take them out for easy daily brushing, rinsing, and care.

Are dentures right for you? Schedule a consultation with Dr. Vedullapalli. Once we determine dentures are right for you, our team will design your denture from impressions of your mouth. We use these highly detailed impressions to create a model of your denture. You will try on the model several times to determine the proper shape, fit, and color before your final denture is fabricated. Once you receive your completed dentures, you will be able to speak, eat, and smile with confidence.

How Do I Care For My Dentures?

With good at-home care, your dentures can last for many years before needing to be replaced. Take your dentures out every night and brush them daily with a denture brush to prevent plaque buildup. Be sure to keep your dentures in a glass of cool water or a denture cleaning solution. This will help your dentures retain their shape and remain in good condition. For a more secure and comfortable fit while eating, you may use adhesive denture pastes.

What Is the Difference Between Partial Dentures and Full Dentures?

There are two kinds of dentures available to patients, depending on the extent of their tooth loss: partial dentures or full dentures. Full dentures replace teeth in cases of full-mouth tooth loss. If you still have most of your natural teeth, we may recommend a partial denture. Sometimes called a removable bridge, a partial denture consists of artificial teeth attached to a lightweight metal framework. The framework fits over your gums and surrounding teeth to replace the missing teeth.

Call Us For Top-Quality Affordable Dentures in Newtown!

A complete smile is within reach with Diamond Dental! Schedule your consultation with Dr. Vedullapalli at (203) 794-7668 today. We invite you to enjoy our comfortable, modern office, where we use the latest dental technology and treatment techniques to provide life-changing results.

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Visiting the dentist is not my favorite experience, however Dr V is the most gentle dentist I have ever had. She will answer all of your dental needs. She is very knowledgeable about dentistry and is also a very kind person, a great combination for a healthcare provider.
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Dr. V is excellent. She takes the time necessary to do a great job and has a lovely bedside manner. What I most appreciated was that she took the time to walk me through my insurance coverage, explaining each of the services that I needed, how much they would cost me, and why.
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Modern cleaning equipment and dental imagery led to an exceptional first visit. Very friendly staff. Dr. Vedullapalli took the time to explain every image and described her recommendations in detail. The office is beyond clean, dust-free, almost clinical.
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