If you are in the market for new teeth and want to see some before and after denture cases then you came to the right page.
Our doctors are experts are making truly life changing smiles using top of the line materials available today.
We also utilize one of the top dental laboratories in the country.
This is Al
A New Smile Awaits
Do you think it’s time to move to dentures?
Tired of all the dental upkeep and expensive dentistry?
It may be time to start fresh with a new set of teeth. At Rockville Dental Arts we only make the most premium dentures because we want our patients be fully satisfied and feel good about themselves.
Don’t settle for affordable dentures that will leave you miserable. Cheap dentures only cause pain in the gums and an unrealistic smile.
You need to pay for high quality and long lasting teeth that you will love, just like that brand new car!
Some of Our Before and After Denture Cases
If you are interested in seeing some dentures before and after cases from Rockville Dental Arts, then you might want to sit down.
You will be blown away by the clinical outcomes, cosmetic success and overall smiles of these individuals that have allowed us to use their before and after denture pictures.
This is Brenda
This is William
How Do You Replace a Full Set of Teeth?
When it comes to replacing all of your teeth there are several options.
At your consultation appointment Dr. Norkiewicz will discuss with you all of the options and review the associated costs for each. Many times it does come down to what the patient can afford. Our basic denture care package starts at only $10,000. And we offer financing as low as $200 a month thru our third party institution.
Some of the denture before and after pictures you see here are basic dentures, some are snap in dentures and some are all on four or permanent teeth.
The choice is yours.
This is George
This is Pam
This is Roger
Do You Have Black Teeth?
If you suffer from black teeth you may need to have your teeth removed and immediate dentures. Below is a case, Daniel, of black tooth syndrome where all the teeth needed to be removed and the patient left with dentures the same day.
After having teeth pulled and dentures, how long before one can eat solid food?
Your new dentures will take you some time to get used to wearing, laughing, talking and definitely eating. However, as a general rule, most patients will be eating sold food in 2-3 weeks. However your teeth will look fantastic the day you leave our office.
This is Daniel
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