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Upgrade Your Smile With Dentures In Mount Vernon

Dr. Blake J. Perry is a denture dentist in Mount Vernon who has been replacing missing teeth in people of all ages for over 20 years. Whether you’ve lost teeth due to decay, periodontal disease, medical issues, or an accident, numerous denture options are available.

Using the most cutting-edge dental technology to deliver comfortable, long-lasting dentures that give you your life and your smile back, Dr. Perry and his team would love to meet you to assess your dental situation and suggest tooth replacement options that would work best for you.

No one wants to lose teeth, but it’s a very common problem many Americans face daily. With so many advances in dental technique and technology, there’s no longer a reason to suffer from tooth loss. There are affordable options for patients with a smaller budget and other more expensive options if you’re not a good candidate for an affordable tooth replacement option. You won’t know what solutions await until you schedule a comprehensive evaluation.

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Options for Dentures

We offer different types of dentures. A full set can replace all of the missing upper or lower teeth, or partial dentures can replace one or more missing teeth. Implant dentures are secured into your mouth using titanium dental implants, and InstaRisa™ Dentures are the latest and greatest denture option we are very excited to offer.

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InstaRisa™ Dentures

You may be amazed to learn that dentures can be fabricated using a revolutionary 3D scanner/printer known as InstaRisa™. InstaRisa™ Facial Scanning is a state-of-the-art technology that provides a comprehensive and accurate way to gather information about your face and teeth. With InstaRisa™, you can preview the best tooth shape and position in your face to achieve the most desirable smile.

With this technology, 3D dentures are made from a digital scan of your mouth that is then turned into a CAD (Computer-aided Design) file. This file is then uploaded to a 3D printer that will build your custom set of dentures in just a few hours.

This state-of-the-art technology ensures that your dentures will be close to a perfect fit in your mouth when you receive them, and they can be completed much more quickly than traditional dentures. With a digital scan of your smile on file, we can replace your denture in as little as a day if necessary.

woman showing off her new smile with dentures
woman showing off her new smile with dentures

InstaRisa™ 3D printed dentures allow for:

  • Better accuracy: InstaRisa’s™ 3D scanning device captures a highly detailed digital image of your face.
  • Enhanced experience: You will be able to see what your new smile will look like, which allows for a more engaged role in the treatment process.
  • Specific diagnosis and treatment planning: The 3D images generated by InstaRisa™ can be used to diagnose problems and plan a wide range of dental treatments.

InstaRisa™ Facial Scanning allows the patients to be involved in the treatment process to provide the best possible result for you or your loved one.

InstaRisa™ technology allows us to provide dentures to patients in just two visits. If you’re a good candidate for InstaRisa™ dentures we will explain the procedure during your appointment. It’s an exciting journey that really will change your life.

Learn More About Restorative Dentistry in Mount Vernon

Our Mount Vernon, WA restorative dentist provides revolutionary InstaRisa™ dentures to patients who have suffered tooth loss and may not be good candidates for other tooth replacement options like dental implants.

If you have suffered tooth loss and want your smile back, please don’t hesitate to call Perry Family Dentistry at (360) 424-3133 to learn more about InstaRisa™ Dentures and other innovative tooth replacement options available today.

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