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Finally...Dentures that look like real teeth

SPONSORED • Published: Monday, June 23, 2014 9:15 a.m. CDT
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For more than 40 million Americans, having to wear dentures is an uncomfortable fact of life. We often hear stories of ill-fitting dentures, dentures that do not look good, or dentures that do not stay in place.

But who says dentures have to look - or feel - like false teeth?

Imported from Switzerland, the innovative Geneva 2000® Dentures look like the real deal. The porcelain denture teeth have a natural, lifelike appearance because each tooth is individually hand-finished to create shape contrast throughout the row. Each set is custom-made and formed according to your own facial features. Careful measurements are taken of your natural teeth and of your gum line to replicate how much tooth would normally show. Even your age, sex, personality and skin tone are taken into consideration.

For standard dentures patients bite into a wax block to obtain jaw and bite measurements. With Geneva 2000® dentures a Vertical Centric Recorder takes exact measurements, which drastically cuts down on ill-fitting dentures that can cause headaches, and TMJ or TMD pain. They’re also less likely to come loose.

Adding to the aesthetic qualities is the layering of porcelain that looks like naturally translucent teeth. Geneva 2000® Dentures are also resistant to abrasion, plaque, and bacteria. 


All this translates into dentures that look like your own teeth.

Additionally, doctors at Bull Valley Dentistry have the skill and expertise in office to add implants to a denture for those patients who need an implant-retained denture.  No waiting for out-of-the-office appointments and no extra consult appointments.

Don’t put up with poor dentures a day longer. Call Bull Valley Dentistry, in McHenry at 601 Ridgeview Drive, and schedule a FREE Denture Consult. Bull Valley Dentistry offers convenient evening and weekend hours. 1.815.322.7689.

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