I've been to my fair share of dentists and this was by far the best experience I've had yet. I came to this office 3 days ago as a new patient and am so very pleased with the care I've received thus far. I went in yesterday to have all 4 of my wisdom teeth extracted and 3 cavities filled and was in and out in 2 hours. These guys are fast and efficient! The receptionist I dealt with last night was not very polite or professional but that had no bearing on the care I received past the front desk. I was having the procedure done without sedation and was extremely nervous. Dr. Bell was great at doing everything he could to make sure I was comfortable and not experiencing any pain. I absolutely love him and the direct patient care staff! Hate him for making my face hurt, but still love him nonetheless :) I'm so glad that I've found a dentist that I feel like I can trust and seems to truly care about his patients!


Baley Herres


Smile like you did before

A denture is a removable dental appliance created to fill the spaces left by missing teeth and surrounding tissue. Dentures, when used, are an important part of keeping the teeth and mouth fully functional when one or more teeth are missing.

There are two types of dentures – complete and partial. Complete dentures are for patients who are missing all of their teeth, while partial dentures will only replace missing teeth. When missing any teeth, partial dentures play an important role in preventing other teeth from shifting position in the mouth.

Patients receive dentures for the following reasons:

  • Complete loss of all teeth in an arch
  • Partial loss of teeth in an arch
  • Enhancing smile and facial tissues
  • Improving chewing, speech and digestion

The dentures are strong and durable. On occasion, dentures may need to be remade, repaired and readjusted due to regular wear and tear.