Rebuilding your best smile

Rebuilding a complete smile

At Shore Family Dentistry, we make dentures from the best dental materials to make sure they fit well and are comfortable. Our dentures are carefully made to restore beautiful smiles and support the natural shape of the face. They also help people speak, smile, and chew with more confidence and ease.

We want our patients to enjoy the benefits of a beautiful smile, and we’re proud to offer personalized solutions that meet their dental needs, lifestyle, and budget.

common types of Dentures

Immediate Denture

With an immediate denture, a patient doesn't have to wait for the extraction sites to heal before getting new teeth. Even though an immediate denture means you don't have to go without teeth for a long time, it may need to be relined and adjusted as the tissues heal and change shape. For the best comfort and fit, a traditional denture may be needed in some cases.


An overdenture is a type of full denture that is more stable and secure because it is held in place by special attachments that are attached to the remaining teeth or dental implants.

Implant-Supported Dentures

This type of denture is held in place by a small number of implants in the upper or lower jaw, as the name suggests. These small surgical posts add a significant amount of stability and retention by giving the denture a precise place to connect.

Developing ourselves for you

Technology Meets Dental Expertise

As a trusted dentist in Columbia, we’ve established a reputation for excellence by providing the highest quality skilled and experienced state-of-the-art care.

Placing An Importance on Education

We have an extensive collection of articles written to educate you on procedures, techniques, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

No matter if you have partial or full dentures, you need to go to the dentist regularly for care. In addition to checking the fit and condition of your dentures and making any necessary changes, you’ll also get a full exam to check the health of your remaining teeth and the soft and hard tissues in and around your mouth.

Even though no one wants to drop or break a partial or full denture, it can happen. The good news is that sometimes you can fix your partial or full denture. It will depend on how bad the damage is. Don’t be afraid to call our office if your denture is broken or damaged. We’ll be glad to help.