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When you’re ready for dentures, you need a high-quality product that you can trust to look and feel great in your mouth. What you don’t need are a lot of hassles and wasted money. When it’s time to go shopping for dentures, be sure you know what you’re getting into!

Try the Specialist First
Even if you think you can’t afford it, make an appointment with the specialist. Often they offer payment plans and options to make dentures more affordable through their offices. It may seem like an affordable dentures office makes more sense, but if you can make it work, paying more for a pair of dentures you can actually rely on and that fit well makes all the sense in the world.

If you find that you just can’t swing the rates the specialist is asking for, at least you’ll have a basis of comparison as you work with other dentists. The more specialized a dentist is, the more likely it is that he or she will be able to create the sort of dentures that you need.

If a dentist just creates dentures as part of his practice, you may not wind up with a superior product. It’s important to look for specialists and check out the reviews others have left about their experiences.

Check Out the Waiting Room
If you’re comfortable with speaking with others, ask other patient in the waiting room about their experiences with the dentist you’re working with. This is especially helpful if you haven’t already signed a contract or made a big commitment.

If everyone around you seems to enjoy the dentures that they are wearing and they feel like the doctor and his staff have done a good job, you’re likely in good hands. If you hear complaints about the fit of the dentures or the way the staff treats the patients, it may be in your best interest to break your appointment and find a doctor with more satisfied patients.

Speak Up at Appointments
If you never complain, your doctor isn’t going to know that the dentures you have aren’t doing the job you need them to do. Be vocal, but polite of course, at your appointments. Tell the dentist if you feel like the denture mold isn’t fitting correctly. Check to see if the dentures are too loose.

Much like new shoes, once you wear your new dentures out of the office, you can’t return them. Most dentists offer additional adjustments and fittings, and you don’t want to pay for an additional appointment if you decide you can’t just live with an ill fit.

Speak up right away if something feels off – the dentures are not going to get better by themselves!