"From my very first appointment at "All Smiles" I was very comfortable, and at ease, and felt I was in good professional hands. Dr. (Lynne) Addiego and staff were courteous, friendly, and the whole office atmosphere was "upbeat". My upper denture is exactly what I wanted and feels and looks great--have not had to go back for any adjustments, not even once! I would recommend All Smiles to anyone."  -George,  Barre Vermont 

"I have always had the hardest time going to the dentist. I started seeing Dr. Addiego last year and she has changed my opinion of dentists forever! All my experiences with her have been more than wonderful, I no longer have fears of the dentist. I have actually sent a couple of my friends to her, and they have had great experiences too! I cannot thank you enough Dr. Lynne! THANK YOU! You have helped me help myself in saving my teeth J, Thank you so very much."

-Sarah Streeter, Waterbury Vermont

Dentures

Or should we say...you smiling with confidence again.

Whether you're considering dentures, or presently have dentures that need realigning or repair, you've come to the right place. Here at All Smiles Dental Center, we offer affordable dentures with high standards and excellent quality. We are dedicated to taking all the necessary steps to make su re your dentures truly fit, you can chew and speak properly, and you can enjoy a healthy and attractive smile.

Our knowledgeable and friendly dentists and lab professionals are committed to continuing education in the latest treatments and technologies, offering our patients the very best in modern dentistry. All Smiles features a state-of-the-art denture lab within our dental center, conveniently located on the Barre-Montpelier Road, with ample free patient parking and "on time" no wait denture appointment scheduling. We know your time is valuable!

Discover what more and more satisfied denture patients have learned about dentures at All Smiles: That our dentists, laboratory technicians, fully trained dental assistants, and reception staff have earned a well deserved reputation for honesty, exceptional workmanship, and a genuine concern for patient comfort and satisfaction.

Don't worry, you're not alone!

It has been reported that in the USA alone there are nearly 35 million people who wear dentures, and the number will grow as our Baby Boomer population ages, despite the fact that better oral hygiene is reducing the percentage of patients who will need full or partial dentures in their lifetime.

Full or "complete" dentures replace missing teeth for people who have no remaining teeth. When people have several teeth missing, but have not lost all their teeth, the appliance used is called a partial denture. Regardless of whether your tooth loss is from tooth decay, gum disease, or an injury, it is extremely vital to your overall health and well being that you replace missing teeth. Besides an inability to chew your food properly, your remaining teeth can shift and sagging facial features will make you look much older than you are.

Dentures are not for everyone of course. Today, there are a wide range of new treatment alternatives to dentures available at All Smiles Family Dental Center, and they are well worth your consideration. Advances you may not be aware of have virtually ended the need for tooth extraction and traditional false teeth for many people. These treatments include dental implants, replacement teeth, or crowns individually anchored by titanium dental implants, which are inserted and naturally fused into the jaw bone to look and function like your own teeth. Implants are also used to effectively "anchor" and securely hold dentures, allowing patients more confidence when eating foods like steak or corn on the cob, while dining out, speaking publicly, or simply laughing!

Unlike dental bridges that cannot be removed for daily oral hygiene purposes, partial dentures offer a removable alternative. Crowns are another treatment option that your All Smiles dentist may recommend because they can serve as an anchor for partial dentures.

Crowns make it possible to repair and replace individual teeth so that people can keep teeth longer. Crowns are typically placed like a cap on a natural tooth shaped to receive it. They maintain or improve the appearance and restore function of a tooth suffering from tooth decay, or can repair a cracked or otherwise damaged tooth.

For a more detailed description and explanation of these treatment options, please go to the following page links:

Dental Implants

Crowns

Make the call today!

You owe it to yourself to make the call today to arrange a no cost, no obligation, initial consultation to learn more about our comfortable and natural appearing dentures and all the options available to improve your smile and facial appearance. Your All Smiles dentist will gladly review the options available to you, and our staff can provide you with a detailed explanation of treatment costs following a complete examination.

We accept most major dental insurance and gladly direct bill your insurance company. Please see our new patient page for more information. We also offer convenient monthly payment plans with no interest and low interest third party options with approved credit from CareCredit® and Chase Health Advance. To schedule an appointment or to learn more about insurance, payment options, and associated costs call: (802) 505-6544.

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