Exams Maintenance

Exams Maintenance

Denture Exams & Maintenance Chapel Hill NC

Your dentures are an investment and need care and maintenance to work at their best. Your oral tissues and general health will be significantly impacted by how well your dentures fit. Dr. Lehmann will check your denture annually to make sure it is functioning properly.

Medical and Dental History Update

Maintaining your oral health and overall wellbeing depends on keeping your medical and dental histories updated with any important changes. A denture’s fit can be affected by a range of medical and dental issues.

Annual Oral Exam

Annual exams can help find abnormalities in the mouth, such as precancerous and cancerous tumors. In general, treatment benefits from these disorders’ early identification.

Tissue and Bone Assessment

For the sake of your oral health, improperly fitting dentures may result in bone and tissue alterations that need to be fixed. Our office can evaluate your needs and make recommendations for the best course of action.

Comfort, Fit, and Integrity of Dentures

An ill-fitting denture can result in bite issues, chewing difficulties, and tissue irritations, all of which should be treated. Future difficult circumstances may result from not treating this issue. Dr. Lehmann can examine your dentures for chips, cracks, broken, or loose teeth and make recommendations for repair.

Denture Exam Overview

  • Update of medical and dental history chart
  • An examination of your oral cavity
  • Tissue and bone assessment
  • Denture stability and bite examination
  • Cleaning and polishing of your denture
  • Oral hygiene review

Do You Have Concerns About Your Dentures?

Contact us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Lehmann.

Dental Anxiety and Phobia


Up to 75% of Americans have some level of dental phobia, and 20% choose not to get their teeth cleaned as a result. We want you to know that our top goal is making you feel safe and at ease while visiting our office. Dental phobias and anxieties can manifest in many different ways, and each person has different fears. Dental anxiety can range from minor to serious, and it frequently manifests as a generalized feeling of fear and dread when anticipating a forthcoming surgery.