Laurel Dentures Dentist
Missing teeth? Recover them with dentures!
Eat, speak, and smile with ease again
Life with missing teeth can be challenging, impacting not just your oral health but also your self-confidence. If you find yourself hesitating to smile or avoiding social situations due to tooth loss, our Laurel dentures may be the perfect fit for you.
Dentures are designed to address the problem of missing teeth, providing you with a functional and beautiful smile. With our customized dentures, you can enjoy eating, speaking, and laughing without worries. Call us today at (301) 498-5320 and let us help you regain the joy of smiling!
What are dentures?
Dentures are custom-made, removable appliances that replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Whether you’re missing a few teeth or have experienced complete tooth loss, dentures restore both the function and appearance of your smile.
Additionally, we offer implant-retained dentures. These are securely anchored to dental implants in the jawbone, providing a stable fit and reducing issues like slipping or discomfort while eating and speaking.
Benefits of dentures:
- Restore your ability to chew food properly
- Fill gaps left by missing teeth
- Tailored to your specific needs, whether you need partial or full dentures
- Can last for many years, providing a reliable tooth replacement option
- Removable and easy to clean
New to neighbor dental? Get a personalized diagnosis for $99
New patients can get their first visit for only $99, which includes:
- Comprehensive exam to see what’s going on in your mouth
- X-rays, including a complete bite series if necessary
- At your dentures appointment, we’ll explain the process, including cost, timeline, and what to expect
Are dentures uncomfortable to wear?
It can take time to adjust to wearing your dentures and get used to the difference in speech and chewing. However, with proper adjustments and patience, you’ll find improved comfort over time.
Can I eat normally with dentures?
You can enjoy most foods comfortably with dentures, but we recommend not consuming chewy or crunchy foods. Instead, you can cut food into smaller pieces and choose softer options. We’ll let you know exactly how to care for and live with your dentures.
Do dentures require adjustments over time?
Yes, as your mouth changes, denture adjustments may be necessary to maintain a perfect fit and comfort.
How do I care for my dentures?
- Handle with care, avoid dropping
- Remove after eating, and rinse thoroughly
- Brush daily with a soft denture brush
- Soak in denture cleaner or mild solution
- Maintain oral hygiene for gums
- Regular check-ups for adjustments
Experience a comfortable dental visit
At our dental practice, Dr. Morgan and Dr. Hubbard are dedicated to ensuring your visit is comfortable and stress-free. We understand that going to the dentist can sometimes cause anxiety, which is why we offer sedation options to enhance your experience:
- Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)
- Oral Sedation
- Local Anesthesia
Enjoy reduced anxiety, enhanced cooperation, and a positive dental journey.
8383 Cherry Lane Laurel, MD 20707
Saturday: Open select Saturdays, call for details
Hear from our neighbors
300+ 5 Star Patient Reviews
“Going to the dentist use to be overwhelming. Dr. Morgan and her staff definitely changed that for me. Great service. Would recommend to everyone.”
— Rico M.
“A great dental practice, even for those of us with anxiety about visiting the dentist.”
— Gabriella K.
“Great dental office. Teamwork is amazing. Dr. Anne Morgan is so knowledgeable, professional, and friendly. Appointments are reasonably fast. Facilities and technology are updated. Parking super easy. Love this place.”
— Ana C.
“The best dental office I’ve EVER been to. Prices are extremely affordable. Everyone is so nice and helpful. I will always recommend this place.”
— Tre'zur C.
“Honestly, going to the dentist as a person with recurrent dental problems is a nerve wracking experience, but everyone at this office was so kind and patient with me. I really needed and appreciated the service I got today from Dr. Hubbard and Dr. Carrington. Thank you so much.”
— Nancy S.