Missing many or all of your teeth can make daily activities like eating, speaking, and smiling challenging.
Dentures can restore a partial or full dental arch, giving you the freedom that a full set of teeth provides.
Dr. Sternberg is one of New Jersey's top dentists and has helped patients of Freehold, NJ, smile with confidence for over 40 years.
Who Can Benefit from Dentures?
If you feel self-conscious about missing natural teeth, know that it's more common than you think. According to the CDC, 69% of people aged 35-44 have lost at least one tooth. This percentage rises with age. We can help patients with many forms of tooth loss throughout the mouth:
Complete Tooth Loss
If all of your teeth in your upper or lower jaw are missing, full dentures can help you live life more comfortably.
Sporadic Tooth Loss
If you have multiple areas of tooth loss, you can benefit from a partial denture to fill in the gaps.
Localized Tooth Loss
If you're missing more than four teeth in a row, our dentist may suggest dentures over a dental bridge to repair your smile.
Infected or Damaged Teeth
You may have decayed, broken, or infected teeth that could benefit from extraction. Extracting these teeth can stop the infection from spreading and partial or full dentures can restore your smile.
Loose and shifting teeth are often a symptom of advanced gum disease. Replacing the teeth with dentures can help repair the gums and stop the progress of the disease.
Better Oral And Emotional Health
Dental health can have mental benefits. With dentures, daily tasks like speaking and eating become less draining, and confidence improves. To see the change in yourself, call us to schedule a consultation with our dentist at
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"I Went Here and Could Not be Happier"
Patients of Freehold, NJ, return to Dr. Sternberg time and time again for their dentistry needs.
Dr. Dennis Sternberg has been our family dentist since we moved to Freehold 40 years ago. He consistently gives thorough, excellent care and is a caring, compassionate professional. Over the past several years, I have particularly appreciated his help with several ongoing complicated dental issues. His staff has always been very helpful and friendly as well. I recommend him and his staff very highly. Lois PoucherView on Google
On a recommendation from a family member after looking for a new dentist since moving down to Freehold, I went here and could not be happier. It's nice to find a dentist like Dr. Sandy Sternberg, who explains what they're doing and talks you through your options are. The staff is great and helpful when it comes to helping to navigate dental insurance too!View on Google
Patients Have Options to Replace Missing Teeth
For patients missing all of their teeth on their upper, lower, or both jaws, a full arch can be the solution to their dental needs.
Whether you have a sporadic missing tooth here and there or localized missing teeth, partial dentures can help fill the gaps.
Dental implants are a great tooth replacement option and are the closest way to mimic a natural tooth after an extraction.
Full Dentures Make for a Radiant Smile
See the difference full dentures make on patients of Freehold, NJ.
What is the Process for Dentures Like?
Knowing what to expect in our Freehold, NJ dentistry office can ease patient's nerves and prepare them for this positive life change.
Generations of families have relied on Dr. Sternberg to exceed their dental needs.
Start Living Life Comfortably!
Cost of Dentures
Insurance will cover the cost of dentures, and for patients without insurance, we offer Care Credit® to help budget the cost into monthly payments. If you paired your dentures with implants, the cost of the implants isn't covered by insurance, but our dentistry office can inform you of your financing options.
A Fully Restored Smile
Frequently Asked Questions
What material do you use for dentures?
We use premium materials in all our restorations, such as Valplast, a stronger and more flexible material than traditional dentures that sit comfortably on your gums.
What is the average age for getting dentures?
It's most common for patients of middle age and older to receive dentures. However, there's nothing to be ashamed about if you have to get dentures at a young age. It's less common but not rare.
Do you perform denture repair?
We do not perform denture repair on-site, but we can send your dentures to our local lab for repair and adjustment needs. The artists at the lab will work back and forth with our office to ensure a proper repair.