Replace Your Missing Teeth with Dentures and Enjoy a Full Smile!

Soundview Family Dental is pleased to provide solutions to help patients regain their smiles. Dentures are an excellent option for patients lacking a full smile due to missing teeth. This restoration can replace a complete set of teeth, or multiple teeth in different places on the arch. You restore the appearance of your smile, and also regain a proper function of your bite.

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Why Choose Soundview Family Dental for Dentures

Your teeth are not only key to a beautiful smile; they are also responsible for chewing, contribute to correct speech, and can play a significant role in how you feel about yourself. At Soundview Family Dental, we know your teeth are a mixture of appearance and function, and missing one, several or all can impact you significantly. But there is an affordable solution to replacing missing teeth: dentures.

We pride ourselves on having a warm and inviting office, with a friendly and experienced staff. Our primary goal is to help you, our patient, achieve your dental goals. No matter if you only need one cavity filled, or need to replace all your teeth, our Edmonds dentists Dr. Kitts and Dr. Hewett will create your individualized treatment plan that addresses all of your concerns.

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Our office features the latest, state-of-the-art equipment, as well as our dentists having extensive training, that allows us to give patients the best results possible. We are compassionate and understanding. We know that dealing with missing teeth and choosing the correct replacement option isn’t always easy. Our dentists will discuss all the options available to you, to assist you in making a perfect choice that best fits your lifestyle, needs, and budget.

If you’re ready to brighten your smile then schedule your consultation today by calling our office at (425) 563-6360, or book online now!

Are Dentures Right for You?

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There are a few different options we have to restore a smile after losing a tooth to trauma or an extraction. Dentures are one option, and they have been around almost as long as dentistry has been in existence. What makes dentures such a fantastic choice for patients is their ability to solve a variety of missing teeth situations.

While most people associate dentures with a full set of replacement teeth, dentures can also be partial. Partial dentures work very well at replacing multiple missing teeth on a single arch. The teeth can be located on opposite sides as well. A denture is comprised of the replacement tooth, clasps, and a support structure that will rest on the roof of the mouth. A removable partial denture is a bit more complicated than a full set replacement because it will use remaining teeth as an anchor for the dental prosthesis.

A full set of teeth can be replaced with a custom-made denture. These are often what people envision when they hear the word ‘denture.’ These use an adhesive or glue to bond the dental device directly to the gumline. Many individuals choose dentures as their replacement option because it is easy to put in, they are easy to care for, and they are the most affordable solution to replacing missing teeth.

Dentures only have a few downsides, but universally they are an excellent option for anyone who wishes to restore their smile. One notable downside is they will contribute to jawbone density loss over time. This is because the denture rests directly on the gum. There are options to stabilize a denture without resting on the gum, with dental implants, which could also be an excellent option for patients who want a superior hold, and not worry that their dentures will slip.

Benefits of Dentures

For anyone who wants a complete smile, and is looking for a way to improve function, dentures can be an excellent choice. Talking with our dentists, Dr. Kitts and Dr. Hewett, can help determine if dentures are the best solution for you. We will go over all the options available to help you meet your goal of having a full smile that you can be proud to show off. Some of the advantages of choosing dentures include:

Affordability – the most cost-effective solution to smile restoration.


Removable – easy to care for.


Versatility – they can replace single or multiple missing teeth, up to a full arch

Long lasting – dentures can last up to 10-15 years with proper care.

Are you ready to get your smile back? Contact our office today for a consultation and find out if dentures are right for you. You may call our office at (425) 563-6360, or you may request an appointment through our online booking system.

Everyday Challenges of Having Missing Teeth

Whether you have been dealing with having missing teeth for a while, or have just recently had a few teeth extracted, it can feel overwhelming. No one wants to deal with tooth loss and often will feel embarrassed discussing a gap in your smile that you aren’t very proud of. Avoiding the problem, however, is likely to cause other issues.

For those who have only a few missing teeth located in the back, you may think this isn’t too big of an issue. However, the molars are responsible for chewing, and lacking molars may interrupt your ability to eat certain foods. Feeling limited because of missing teeth doesn’t have to continue. Dentures can help to regain that function and help you enjoy things that you used to.

Another possible problem with having multiple missing teeth is that your remaining teeth will start to shift out of position. An alignment problem or bad bite will occur, which can lead to pain and other problems. But this can be avoided with the use of dental restorations like dentures

Full Set Lower Denture

Regain Lost Confidence by Restoring Your Smile’s Appearance

Do you have a big event coming up or a job interview you’d like to feel more confident attending? Something as simple as having a beautiful white smile can give you the confidence to take on the world. Imagine walking into a room, being more social and more outgoing, just from having a smile you can be proud to show off. With our professional teeth whitening services not only will your teeth look fantastic, but you will also have an added boost to your self-esteem. And who doesn’t enjoy that?

Our Personal Guarantee

We know living with missing teeth isn’t always easy. It can also be challenging to talk about. Our dentists are here to help; we aren’t here to judge. Taking the first step in your journey to replacing missing teeth starts with a consultation with Dr. Kitts and Dr. Hewett. We will examine the condition of your jawbone and gums, as well as any remaining teeth in the arch. Our goal is to give you the best results possible with the highest level of patient care.


What is the average cost of dentures?
Depending on whether you need a full set or partial will determine what the cost will be. It will also vary if you need an entire top and bottom arch replacement.
Can I get my teeth pulled and dentures in the same day?
Technically yes. A denture can be created before you have your extractions done, and would be ready to be placed at the same time you have extractions performed. However, it is often best to wait for the gums to heal before using replacements for missing teeth.
How long will new dentures hurt?
A denture typically takes 2-4 weeks to ‘settle in.’ In this time, there can be a little discomfort, but it shouldn’t be painful. If you are experiencing pain with the dentures and it is unbearable, they may need to be adjusted in a follow-up visit.

Replace Missing Teeth with Dentures from Soundview Family Dental in Edmonds

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If you’ve dreamed of having whiter teeth, free of stains that you could flash at everyone you’d meet, then our teeth whitening services are for you.

If you’re tired of not loving your smile because of missing teeth, we can help! Our range of missing teeth solutions, including dentures, have helped many of our patients start enjoying their smile, and have improved their overall quality of life.

Don’t keep putting off having a smile you deserve. Schedule your appointment today by giving our office a call at (425) 563-6360 or request your appointment online.


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