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1700 Eagle Harbor PKWY East, Orange Park, FL 32003

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What We Offer

Our Denture Services



We’ll need a consultation to discuss the best denture options for your individual circumstances before we move along in the process.



To make sure the dentures fit properly, we take impressions so it’s custom-made to fit your mouth.

Fitting Dentures


Once the dentures have been made, we’ll fit them into your teeth so they feel natural and comfortable.

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Denture Placement

After we know it fits properly, we’ll place the dentures into your mouth.

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We’ll schedule follow-up appointments with you to be certain that the dentures fit correctly.

Decades of experience

Expertly Designed and Fitted Dentures

Get professionally designed dentures for the perfect fit. We prioritize comfort and durability when fitting you for your dentures. Our expert dentists have over 40 years of experience helping patients get a smile they feel confident about.

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What Are Dentures?

Dentures are an oral appliance device to replace missing teeth. It is fit to a patient’s mouth, easily removable for everyday use, and can help people speak or chew their food properly. Not only can they improve oral health, but they can also help people with lost teeth regain their confident smiles.

Are Dentures Right for You?

Dentures are an option for almost everyone who has damaged or missing teeth. All you need is for your gums and the surrounding tissue to be healthy. Even if some of your teeth are still in good shape, dentures may be an option because you can get partial dentures if you only need to replace some teeth.

What’s the Purpose of Dentures?

The main purpose for many people with dentures is to replace missing teeth so that they can eat and speak properly. Missing teeth can
regain a full smile after losing a few teeth. Perhaps you’ve have damaged teeth that feel out, or an infection that caused you to lose your teeth. Dentures can fill that gap and help people have a healthy-looking smile, and even help people eat and speak without the disruption of missing teeth.

Denture Options

Types of Dentures We Offer

There are four main types of dentures: Immediate, Over, Partial, and Complete.

Immediate Dentures

Immediate Dentures

Immediate dentures are placed in a patient’s mouth immediately after the removal of natural teeth. They are a temporary device, later to be replaced with complete dentures.

Over Dentures

Over Dentures

Over dentures are made to sit on the gums and be removed nightly before bed. They are created for more stability in the mouth throughout the day and to be used long-term.

Partial Dentures

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are affixed to any remaining natural teeth. They work to fill any needed gaps in the teeth to help dental patients have a complete smile.

Complete Dentures

Complete Dentures

Complete dentures are the premium, full-coverage devices that cover an entire arch of your teeth. They’re removable and replace all of the teeth while still remaining extremely durable for long-lasting use.

You’ll Forget They’re Dentures

Durable Dentures That Act as Natural Teeth

A changing smile shouldn’t change your entire lifestyle. We design dentures to be durable, allowing you to continue enjoying all the foods you are used to. Dentures are also able to preserve oral bone structure and prevent facial muscles from sagging which can occur due to loss of teeth.

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How Dentures Are Placed

The process of getting dentures can take multiple visits. Here are the steps involved in creating and receiving your dentures.



The first step is to schedule an appointment for a consultation. In this appointment, we’ll discuss your options. Dentures can be great to replace missing teeth, but it isn’t the only option. We want to make sure that you’re getting the best possible treatment and discussing your goals and choices will help us do that.



During the first visit, the teeth are prepared for bite registration for your custom dentures.


Step 3: Impressions

We’ll take impressions of your teeth and send those off to a lab that will create a customized denture set designed to fit your unique needs.


Fitting the Dentures

During the second visit, the dentures are placed and secured. Several follow-up visits are scheduled so that the fit and function can be checked periodically.


Maintaining Your Dentures

This step is up to you. You’ll need to brush and floss daily any remaining natural teeth you have in order to keep them in good condition.


Replacing Your Dentures

Eventually, you may need denture replacement. We’ll start again with impressions to create new dentures for you.


Your comfort is our priority

Enjoy Amenities & Refreshments

Your comfort is a top priority for us. While options may vary, we can provide tea, coffee, and water in the reception room to keep you refreshed while you wait for your treatment. Our chairs are set up with a television to keep you entertained and at ease throughout your procedures. And for an extra layer of comfort, we provide refreshment towels, neck pillows, and soft blankets upon request.

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Our Doctors

Meet our Family of Dentists

Dr. Standish has been serving Clay County patients at Eagle Harbor Dental for over 40 years. His daughters Dr. Kelly & Dr. Erin joined the practice and they’ve been creating beautiful smiles as a family ever since. With extensive educations and memberships, our dentists are the best that Fleming Island has to offer.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you clean dentures?

Just like teeth, dentures should be cleaned thoroughly every day. However, don’t use traditional toothpaste on your dentures as the prosthetics don’t respond to the chemicals in toothpaste the same way that teeth do. Instead, brush them with denture paste using a denture brush or a soft toothbrush.

Do dentures cause pain?

It’s normal to feel a small amount of discomfort the first few days wearing your dentures as it takes time for your gums and tongue to get used to them. This should only be considered a problem if the pain is severe or lasts longer than one month.

Will my dentures look natural?

Dr. Standish has over 40 years of experience sizing and creating natural-looking dental molds for patients. We’ll be able to not only match the correct size of your teeth and mouth but also match the shape of your teeth so that it’s a seamless and natural transition.

Will my dentures affect my speech?

During the sizing process, our dentists will determine how the position of your teeth are already affecting your speech and create your denture mold accordingly. You may still struggle with a few words, but you’ll be back to speaking normally in no time.
In fact, if you’re already missing teeth, dentures will likely improve your speech.

Do you sleep with dentures or take them out?

When you first get your dentures, it’s common for us to recommend sleeping with them in for the first night, especially if you’ve had teeth extracted the same day that they were placed.

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