Dear patients.

We are happy to say that we are planning to reopen our office for patient treatment on Monday, May 4th. Initially we will be open from 8am til 2pm though we will expand those hours as needed.

COVID-19 has been a very difficult time for all of us. Many of you have been forced to wait for dental care, and we deeply appreciate your understanding while we kept our office closed to help control the spread of the coronavirus.

Your health and well-being continue to be our highest priority, and we are ONLY opening because we have carefully planned and revised our office procedures to greatly minimize the risk of infection for our patients and our team members. Our own families are also patients here, so you can be assured that we’ll be taking care of you just as well as we’ll be taking care of them.

For your peace of mind, the measures we will be taking to provide a safe dental treatment experience include, but are not limited to, the following:

Upon Your Arrival at the Office

●     Patients will be screened BEFORE treatment and temperatures will be checked. Any patients showing signs of a fever or other symptoms of illness will be asked to reschedule their appointment.

●     ONLY patients will be allowed entry into the office. Parents and other family members will be asked to wait outside whenever possible.

●     Patients are asked to wait in their cars or outside the office until their scheduled appointment time.

●     The waiting area chairs will be spaced apart to allow for 6 feet of distancing.

●     We will ask that you continue to practice social distancing measures in common areas of the office, including the front desk.

●     The front door and the door between the waiting area and operatories will be propped open all day.

●     There will be no physical contact with patients with the exception of treatment.

During Treatment

●     All rooms will be COMPLETELY sterilized before each patient is seated, and public areas, including restrooms, will be cleaned and sterilized frequently throughout the day.

●     All operatories have high-volume air filtration and we have installed a whole office purification system. This system will kill the Covid virus along with other contaminates

●     Our team will STRICTLY follow guidelines set forth by the CDC, OSHA, and ADA in regards to personal protective equipment (PPE) and office sterilization.

●     During patient care, goggles or face shields will be worn by everyone and changed between patients.

●     All surfaces that came in contact with the patient will be wiped with disinfectant including the patient chair.

Checking Out After Your Appointment

●    We will be requesting prepayments when we know the amount of payment which will expidite your visit 

●     All efforts will be made to complete scheduling in the back of the office so you can leave without stopping at the front desk

We are proceeding with an abundance of caution, but we want you to feel as confident as we do that any visit you make to our office will be a safe one.

We also realize that many of you have been impacted financially during this outbreak, and we have solutions to keep dental care affordable for you and your family.

To discuss these payment options, schedule an appointment, or ask us any questions you may have about your next visit, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 757-473-8482

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Dr. Parr, Dr. Frey and the Smile Center Team

Cost of Dentures

How much your dentures cost depends on a range of factors and can vary considerably based on the type of restoration you need, the materials used, and your dentist’s training and background. Replacing a full arch with a complete denture will typically cost more than a partial denture used to restore a few teeth. However, a partial denture is often more affordable than a fixed dental bridgeImplant-supported restorations provide significant benefits but choosing this option can raise the overall cost of your treatment substantially.

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The material used to manufacture dentures can affect the overall cost of treatment.

Denture Type

The extent of your tooth loss and whether you require extractions will determine what type of denture your dentist will recommend. Partial dentures are designed to replace two or more missing teeth and are typically secured to remaining teeth using metal wires. A complete traditional denture, in contrast, replaces an entire dental arch and remains in place using dental adhesive.

Your treatment cost will largely depend on the size of your restoration. Full sets of dentures that replace both the upper and lower teeth will almost always cost much more than a partial denture.

Quality and Materials

The material used to create your denture can have a significant impact on both the price of your restoration and the treatment outcome.

  • Low-End: While you can find full dentures for as little as $300, a lower price point will not offer the same comfort, longevity, and appearance as a more expensive restoration. Low-end dentures tend to be a temporary solution for missing teeth and require replacement more frequently.
  • Mid-Range: Mid-range options typically cost about $1,000 for a full set and can offer a more natural fit and appearance.
  • High-End: High-end dentures utilize materials which simulate the natural look and color of the teeth and gums for a more aesthetically pleasing effect. They are also more durable and can offer a superior level of comfort. However, a full set of high-end dentures can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $5,000.

Factors Affecting Cost

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The dentist's experience as well as the location of the practice can impact cost.

Your Dentist’s Experience and Skill

Choosing a dentist with a higher level of skill and training can increase the overall cost of your denture. However, it can also help ensure durable, lifelike results and minimize your need for further treatment.

Insurance and Financing

Most insurance providers offer benefits that cover at least a portion of your dentures treatment. In some cases, the entire restoration may be paid for.

Choosing a dentist with a higher level of skill and training can increase the overall cost of your denture. However, it can also help ensure durable, lifelike results and minimize your need for further treatment.

Dental financing is an option for patients whose insurance does not cover the full cost of their denture or those without insurance coverage. Your dentist may offer an in-office payment plan or partner with a third-party financing company, such as CareCredit® or Compassionate Finance®. Financing can help manage out-of-pocket expenses to ensure you receive the quality dental care you deserve.

Invest in Your Smile

Left untreated, missing teeth can have serious repercussions on your oral and general health. By investing in dentures, you can restore your ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. Your dentist can provide you with a more detailed assessment of your treatment cost during an initial consultation.

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