Missing teeth affect your ability to bite and chew and can also leave your facial features looking sunken around the lips and cheeks.
Using custom full and partial dentures, our dentists can restore the appearance and function of your smile.
Learn why people in the Carthage, MS, area visit Henderson Dental to treat tooth loss.
How Dentures Work
Dentures are custom dental appliances made for people who are missing multiple or all of their teeth. Dentures brace around the jawbone and gum tissue along the dental arch. Denture adhesives and creams can be used to improve the stability of the denture.
With a denture in place, you'll be able to eat solid foods and smile with renewed confidence.
A Significant Number of Seniors
Have No Remaining Teeth
Do You Suffer from Tooth Loss? Our Dentists Are Here to Help
Tooth loss can lead to unsightly gaps and major changes to the overall appearance of your face. Dentures fill out your smile and allow you to eat many of your favorite foods again. Denture wearers often experience enhanced dental health, better nutrition, and improved self-esteem.
Whether you get traditional dentures or dentures that are anchored in place by dental implants, the results can be dramatic. Drs. David C. Henderson and Laura Katherine Henderson Jones can create a custom set of dentures that look just like natural teeth.
If you live in the Carthage, MS, area and would like to learn more about dentures, contact our practice. You can also call our office to request an appointment.
"I would recommend Dr. Henderson’s practice to anyone! I have been going here since I was a little girl and now I have all three of my children going. I recently took my two year old for her first dentist appointment and she loved it and can’t wait to go back! The staff here are wonderful, very helpful, and make you feel like family as soon as you walk through the door." Haley Johnson - 5 Star Google Review
The Denture Process What to Expect During Treatment
Denture wearers often experience enhanced dental health, better nutrition, and improved self-esteem.
Implant-Supported Dentures Understanding the Process
Dental implants require oral surgery and a months-long recovery process. During your consultation, we will assess your general health and candidacy for implants. When creating your treatment plan, we will let you know about the cost of your implant-supported dentures and the number of implants needed. Once oral surgery is completed, it will take several months to heal before the final full or partial denture is placed at our Carthage, MS, dental practice.
Restore Your Smile With Dentures Request a Consultation at Our Mississippi Dental Practice
Tooth loss can impact your quality of life and make it difficult to chew and speak properly. Our Carthage dentistry practice can restore your oral health so you can eat the foods you love and talk with confidence. Our practice proudly serves the patients of Carthage and surrounding communities in Mississippi, including employees from the Tyson chicken processing plant.
You don't have to live with the effects of missing teeth. Call our dentistry practice in Carthage, MS, or contact us using our online form.
Mississippi Patients Love Our Dental Practice
"Besides being very good dentists, they are very kind and patient. The whole staff is great!" Jerri Thrasher - 5 Star Google Review
Insurance and Financing
We are a Premier Provider for Delta Dental, and our dental practice accepts most dental insurance plans and providers. If you are unsure if we are in-network for your provider, send us a message or give us a call. We are happy to help.
For those without insurance, we also have financing options to make dental care more accessible and affordable.
Do dentures hurt?
No, your dentures should not hurt you. If you are in pain or notice your dentures are causing gum irritation, contact our Carthage dentistry practice. Your dentist can make adjustments to ensure your comfort and eliminate potential irritation.
How long will my dentures last?
With proper care and maintenance, your dentures can last up to 15 years. However, it is important to remember that your dentures will wear over time and will eventually need to be replaced.
Does insurance cover dentures?
This depends on your insurance plan and provider. We will check your coverage before treatment begins to determine if your insurance will cover treatment and what out-of-pocket costs you should expect.
Another Great Review for Our Carthage, MS, Practice
"My visit to Dr. Henderson is always excellent. The nurses and himself always make me feel comfortable and even the receptionist is nice." Gaming with Erick