Over all I was very happy with the way my dentures looked but I felt I was over charged for services. I had the remaining 28 teeth pulled and for health reasons and dentures put in right away. When I went for the permanent dentures I really don't think they cared about what I was saying because the teeth felt loose. I was told the lower would never completely fit. When I went back after two months because my gums had shrink and the upper and lower dentures were very loose, I was told I have to buy another pair and they don't do adjustments for the dentures costing $450
I did not have my teeth extracted here. Mine was a complicated procedure needing to be done by a specialist w/hospital privileges. Daily Dentures made my top plate for me though. I was devastated to b e having a full top denture plate at my age. My teeth were perfect (I used to model a bit in my 20's & my teeth were one of the features I modeled consistantly) & I absolutely did NOT want to lose them. Unfortunately they all had to come out. Dr. Orr @ DD did a mold of what teeth I had left after emergency surgery at hospital (they had to remove several & put 'ports' in others) so I have NO IDEA how he knew what my natural teeth originally looked like but, SOMEHOW he made the mold to look EXACTLY like my natural teeth. I only purchased the cheapest plate ($295.00) for I figured it wouldnt really matter the first year, for it takes 9-12 months for all the swelling & healing to go away THEN I would purchase a permanent more natural looking one. The entire staff at DD were all perfectly ok with that choice & never once tried to talk me into buying a more expensive one, which I greatly appreciated. When I picked up my finished plate only a couple days later, I couldnt believe how natural it looked & was IDENTICAL to MY teeth! I had my surgery a few days later & the surgeon put the plate in for me immediately after. When I looked into the mirror & smiled for the first time...I started crying & couldnt stop. My smile looked EXACTLY like it always had. Something that had me so upset & totally devastated wasnt so bad after all thanks to Dr. Orr. I hadnt told anyone (other than a couple immediate family members) I was having ALL my top teeth removed. I was totally embarrassed so, when my best friend came by the afternoon after my surgery, (everyone only knew I was having a couple teeth that were giving me trouble removed) to bring me yogurt - I finally told her what I had done. She WOULD NOT believe me! She told me she'd known me for several years & she knows what my teeth look like..."those ARE your teeth! There's NO WAY they are fake!". I took them out to prove her wrong. She was floored. Since nobody knows 'exactly' what I had done, no one has said a word. Its amazing that not ONE person has noticed. Don't get me wrong, I WISH I still had my natural teeth & getting used to a full plate is taking time, but I DO NOT have to worry about it 'looking' like a full plate which is amazing. When the time comes to have the "real" one made (after the 9-12 mo healing process), I will MOST DEFINITELY go back to Dr. Orr @ DD. I dont know if my story will help any of you, but if you happen to be going through the same thing I went thru...rest assured...Dr. Orr and the DD team/staff will take EXCELLENT care of you. I don't normally write reviews on places of business (UNLESS I've received excellent service OR if they did something really bad & deserve to be "told on") but I feel Daily Dentures deserve recognition for their excellent service/care. I will continue to contact media outlets to tell my story so hopefully I can help at least ONE person who may be going through the same or similiar situation I went through. Thank you for reading my story - I hope it helps you in some way. -Sincerely.
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