The New England Denture Center

The New England Denture Center
The New England Denture Center 12 Shuman Avenue Augusta, ME 04330

The New England Denture Center

The New England Denture Center is a Dentist facility at 12 Shuman Avenue in Augusta, ME.
Primary Specialty


Services The New England Denture Center is a dentist/dental office located in Augusta, ME. A dentist is trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases of the gums, teeth, and jaw.

Please call The New England Denture Center at (207) 621-2904 to schedule an appointment in Augusta, ME or get more information.
Consumer Feedback
(15 Reviews)
4.5 star average for Service
4.5 star average for Environment
4.5 star average for Expertise
4 star average for Staff
3 star average for Recommended
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Recent Reviews
Was seen by several dentists who all gave me same sad news..Bone loss..requiring full upper and partial lower dentures, I have had many dental visits in my life so losing my teeth was not from neglect.
New England denture in Augusta is staffed by an amazing group of (mostly) women. They are compassionate, professional and affordable. I would recommend NED to my loved ones ..knowing they will be treated with utmost care and concern by this fine team .
I've been a patient here for many years, I first came here when I needed to have my dentures replaced. I met with the provider a young girl and knew this was who I wanted to make my denture. she made sure I was happy and informed through the whole ordeal. Fast forward many years and it was time to have my dentures replaced. I went to that appointment and received the same exceptional care as I had several years prior. My provider was able to communicate closely with the guy in the back to insure that my new dentures would look as close to the one I was wearing at the time. Once again I was very pleased. I returned once for my check up and have not had nay reason to return which I consider myself lucky because I know many people who never get their dentures to fit comfortably or correctly. In the past months I've referred two people to them but when they were seen was told that the office had made some internal changes and that provider was no longer there. One of the people decided to have her dentures made by them anyway and was not happy with the service or the final product. They had to remake her denture and she had asked that they work more with the guy in the back to get the teeth to look right and apparently he was no longer working there anymore either. I'm not sure why the changes were made but I consider that very poor business management. here you have a team that works effectively together and let them go but the people working in their place do not appear nearly as skilled in this area and do not communicate well with one another or the patients. I will no longer refer family or friends to this company as it seems the company has dissolved and is no longer even the same people working for them.
Recent Polls
Did you experience unnecessary pain during your visit?
Did this dentist allow you to regularly rinse your mouth during your procedure?
Once or twice, but not enough
Did you feel safe in this provider's care?
Did this provider seem irritated to be working with you?
No, they were polite
Was this provider argumentative or easily angered?
No, they were very calm and understanding
Did you feel like this provider's office was understaffed?
No, they were fully staffed
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