Where to get the best dentures?
Posted in the Ashland Forum
#1 Feb 17, 2012
I need to get a new set of dentures that fit correctly and have no idea where to check. I would like to hear what someone else's experiences have been like at some of the different dentists around the tristate. Thanks for the help.
#2 Feb 17, 2012
I only have a flipper, but i got it from quick smile in flatwoods, they seem to be very good at what they do. They are on deidrich (sp) blvd on the right if you are coming from 23, right where the two lanes merge into one about a block up from the marathon that sits on the left.
#3 Feb 17, 2012
If you have no insurance & cost is a factor, call Complete Dentures in Guyandotte. They do awesome work, are certIfied but does the work in house, not having to send out to a lab.
Best set of dentures I ever got.
#4 Feb 17, 2012
Thanks for the info. I thought about Quick Smile but my mother could never wear the ones they made for her. I'm afraid to send that kind of money and they not be right.
I've never heard of Complete Dentures, but I would prefer they be done in house for fit. I'll definitely check with them to see what they offer.
#5 Feb 18, 2012
Dr. Spain on 13th St. did mine and i've never had any trouble. Fit as perfect as can be expected. No need for adhesive. And he makes them look like real, natural teeth. Not like Mr. Ed....lol! Right now he's offering a special deal for $139, I think. I definitely recommend him for sure.
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