“I passionately believe that a beautiful smile should also be a healthy smile. I would be honored if you stopped by for a free consultation, giving me an opportunity to earn your trust.” Dr. Dawnie Kildoo
Dawnie L. Kildoo, DDS, MAGD
While known for her caring touch and with over twenty-six years experience, Dr. Dawnie Kildoo believes in helping people to keep their teeth for a lifetime—no matter what their age! Keeping current on the latest advanced dental technology, she and her team practice complete dentistry, educating patients on the connection between dental health and overall health.
A graduate of Georgetown University Dental School, Dr. Kildoo was awarded the prestigious Master of Academy of General Dentistry (MAGD) from the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD). This award is given to only one percent of the 35,000 dentists in the AGD and is a result of over 1100 credit hours in continuing education in seventeen different disciplines.
“I passionately believe that a beautiful smile should also be a healthy smile”
–Dr. Dawnie Kildoo
Why Cosmetic Dentures?
For patients with severe tooth loss, we recommend cosmetic dentures. Our custom-designed dentures rest firmly against the entire gum line, these dentures provide an unparalleled fit and look. Patients will often experience a boost in confidence after they get their dentures, and feel and look young again! Creating a cosmetic denture is really a work of art in the hands of a skilled dentist like Dr. Kildoo and her dental team.
Implant Dentures are just like a traditional denture except that they are affixed to implants that are placed into the bone. This type of denture is the closest thing to your original teeth in terms of function and appearance and you don’t have to worry about them moving while eating, laughing, participating in sports, or the like. They also help conserve the bone since the roots in the bone keep the bone active.
Traditional Dentures & Bridges are a great way to improve your appearance, the function of your jaw, and help you look years younger. If you’re missing one or more teeth but have several nearby teeth which are in good function, a bridge may be used to help restore funciton. For those who are missing all of their teeth in the upper or lower jaw, a traditional full denture or implant denture is the best option to restore your look and function.
Implant-supported dentures are the best choice for replacing a full set of upper or lower teeth.
Cosmetic dentures are custom-designed for the best fit so you can smile with confidence.
Cosmetic dentures will make you look years younger! Smile, laugh, and enjoy life again.
Frequently Asked Questions
In many circumstances implant-supported dentures aren't necessary, however if you want to enjoy life like you did prior to losing your teeth, our implant-supported dentures are the best choice for replacing a full set of upper or lower teeth. When you visit us for your complimentary consultation we will provide you with an accurate, honest diagnoses.
Nothing lasts forever, but for most patients 45 years or older a dental implant will last for life. The implant itself won't typically need replacement but the denture appliance placed on the implants may need restoration or replacement periodically.
The average dental implant procedure takes between three and six months. Most of this time is spent waiting for the bone graft to properly fuse completely with the implant itself. During the recovery times you will have a temporary crown or bridge and will not be without your teeth.
Of course not. The consultation is completely free of charge. We are limited in how many consultations we can schedule during any given period - so make sure to schedule yours as soon as possible.
Our talented team will work with you to see if your insurance company will cover implant supported dentures. If for any reason it's not covered, we will let you know and will work with you to develop a financial plan if needed. Our patients often tell us that it's worth the investment to anchor their dentures to a set of dental implants.
Yes, ask our office about financing options or payment plans. CareCredit® offers reasonable interest rates for patients who need to finance their dental care.