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3816 Woodruff Ave Ste 104, Long Beach, CA 90808

All Smiles Dental Group

Restore your smile today with our high-quality dentures! Schedule a consultation with All Smiles Dental to learn how we give you back your smile.

At All Smiles Dental, our gentle, knowledgeable team is dedicated to your oral health. We are proud to help our patients overcome tooth loss and restore their smiles with our comfortable, natural-looking dentures. Depending on your needs, our team may recommend full dentures, partial dentures, implant-supported dentures, and more.

How Do Dentures Work?

Dentures are custom-made artificial teeth. They may be removable, but some kinds are supported by dental implants. We use them to replace the look and function of your teeth in cases of full or partial tooth loss.

There are two types of full dentures. Conventional full dentures are when all of the teeth are removed, and the tissue is given time to heal. Once healed, the full set of dentures is placed. The time it takes for the tissue to heal could take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months.

Immediate full dentures are placed in the same dental visit. Prior to pulling the remaining teeth, our team will take measurements of the patient’s mouth. When the patient returns for the procedure and directly after the patient’s remaining teeth are removed, the dentures are placed. The patient’s jawbone and mouth may shift in the healing process, so our dentist would recommend a follow-up visit to check the placement of the dentures. Over time, the dentures will need to be adjusted as the patient’s mouth heals to ensure a more secure and comfortable fit.



We want your visits to be efficient and gentle. All Smiles Dental is dedicated to being your dentist in Long Beach.

What Dentures Do You Offer?

At All Smiles Dental, we offer a full range of denture options to meet your dental care needs. Here are the types of dentures and treatment options you can choose from:

  1. Full Dentures: A complete set of dentures for patients living with full-mouth tooth loss.
  2. Partial Dentures: A denture recommended for patients who have experienced partial tooth loss but still retain most of their natural teeth.
  3. Implant-Supported Bridges: This bridge can be anchored to your jaw using implants.
  4. Implant-Supported Dentures: This involves surgically inserting dental implants to anchor your dentures to your jaw.
  5. Denture Stabilization: If you already have dentures, we can use dental implants and special snap-on attachments to anchor them to your jawbone.

Schedule a consultation with our dental team to learn how we can help you get back your beautiful, natural-looking smile.

How Long Will it Take to Adjust to Dentures?

Dentures will take time to get used to. The flesh-colored base of the dentures is placed over the tops of your gums. Some patients feel that they get in the way or are a bit bulky. The dentures may feel loose at times. Because of this, they may affect the way you talk or eat. Over time, you’ll feel comfortable and confident with them.

How Does All Smiles Dental Help?

Dentures are a great replacement for missing teeth. They can be removed and put back in at any time. Here at All Smiles Dental, we offer affordable dentures while using the very best material on the market. The reason we may recommend dentures is that, in some situations, a patient may not have enough healthy teeth left for other procedures. In such cases, the remaining teeth are removed, and a full set of dentures is provided.

Do We Accept Insurance?

Yes, we do! Our office accepts Delta, MetLife, Cigna, Guardian, and Concordia. For your convenience, we also offer affordable financing options for patients who qualify! Be sure to ask a friendly member of our front desk team about our financing, insurance policies, and any other questions you may have.