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Office Hours:

Mon - Thurs: 8:00AM to 5:00PM
Friday the office is closed.

 
 

Address:

Chaim Dworkin D.D.S.
1777 Reisterstown Rd., Suite 202 West
Pikesville, MD 21208

 
 

Testimonial:

Dear Dr. Dworkin and Staff,

Thank you for your kindness and patience in creating a lovely smile for me. You asked me if I thought people would return my smile. Every time someone smiles back at me, it will remind me of the gifts G-d has given you to create smiles for those of us who have lost ours with an immeasurable amount of skill, devotion, and genuine care. Thank you for sharing these gifts with me, that I might pass them on to others. May G-d continue to bless you all the days of your lives.

Sincerely,
Vickie

 

One Day Dentures - Dentures in a Day

Your first session for your One Day Dentures with Dr. Dworkin will begin between 8:20 and 9:40 a.m. During this session he will take impressions of your teeth and gums as well as any old dentures that you wish to simulate. A bite relation will be taken and a shade for the new denture teeth.

Approximately one and one-half-hours later, the dentures will be ready for the try-in. At that time, Dr. Dworkin will check the fit, the function and appearance of the wax dentures in your mouth.

Upon your approval, an appointment will be scheduled for you to pick up your new dentures.

Payment for your One Day Dentures is due in full at this time.

The wax dentures will then be processed during the afternoon in our lab.

When you return to receive your new dentures, Dr. Dworkin will go through a series of checks to carefully adjust them before you leave. He wants to make sure you have a proper fit and a great smile.

It is normal as your new One Day Dentures are worn and begin to settle into the gums, you may have some sore spots and need further adjustments. There is no charge for these adjustments.

If, however, your gums have shrunk because the dentures were made soon after the extraction of your teeth, or you lost weight and now they no longer fit your gums, then we need to reline your dentures. A reline means we take impressions inside your denture and add acrylic to the inside to tighten the fit to your new gum shape. There is a fee for this procedure and you can find it in our fee schedule.


 

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