“I have had upper and lower dentures for one year and they are doing very well. I can eat corn on the cob, chew steak, and all kinds of others foods no problems so far this year.” —Allen Hyde

A great smile is important for one’s self-esteem and well-being. It makes us feel good to give you a great, big smile, one that you can be proud of and not to be embarrassed about your dentures or teeth. In turn, you give a great impression to those you’re interacting with.

It is important to you, and to us, that you have the most natural looking smile possible. Whether it’s your first time with dentures or time to upgrade your old set to ones that feel better and look like a bright white set of natural looking teeth, Kingston will take great care and pride in bringing you the smile you deserve.

Our Denture Process

Our cosmetic dentures are made by taking custom impressions of the gums then designing appointments that meet each patient’s individual goals and expectations.

High-quality materials are used to resemble natural looking teeth with an excellent, comfortable fit.  Patients are amazed by the “non-denture” look they get with our custom and innovative technique.

The example below illustrates the subtle, yet very noticeable difference between old dentures and a set of custom dentures from the experts at Kingston Dental Center. As you can see, they are noticably more natural and realistic, and less like dentures.

Old Dentures
Old Dentures
New Dentures
New Dentures

We find that, with careful communication with each patient about their desired look and feel, the patient gets the exact look they desired. Patients will sometimes show us a picture of how they would like their teeth to look, and we work hard to get as close as possible to duplicating it. Our goal is to ensure that each and every patient is very pleased with the end result.  We get excellent results due to our doctor’s expertise with making dentures and the materials available today.

Read About Precision-Fit (Neuromuscular) Dentures

Read about Denture Post-Op Recovery

*These providers are not specialists in Orthodontics, Oral Surgery or Prosthodontics. Cosmetic Dentistry is a non-specialty interest area that requires no specific educational training to advertise these services