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Dentures & Dental Services® of Fort Smith

2501 Market Trace
Suite A
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72908

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Tooth Extractions

We make every reasonable attempt to save your teeth. Unfortunately, in some cases if a tooth is broken, cracked, extensively decayed or showing advanced stages of periodontal disease, it may be necessary to remove the tooth to restore and maintain optimum oral health. We will make every reasonable effort to explore and inform you of all options before performing any extractions.

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Crowns/Bridges

A crown is generally a tooth-shaped cap that covers all or part of a diseased or broken tooth. A crown will be similar to your natural teeth in terms of color and strength. It is made to blend well with your other teeth. Bridges are essentially multiple crowns in a series.

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Full Replacement Dentures

Full replacement dentures are available to those patients who have worn or are currently wearing dentures and who have no natural teeth. Whether you are replacing your older set of dentures, needing a back-up set or just want to update your smile, we have several different qualities and grades of dentures to fit every budget. All of our dentures come with a warranty and all are made using time-tested techniques right here in our on-site labs.

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Immediate Dentures

In cases where rampant cavities, periodontal disease, malnutrition or reactions to certain drugs are evident, it can be necessary to extract all remaining upper and lower teeth and provide the patient with dentures. Immediate dentures are placed the same day that your natural teeth are removed. When a patient has teeth extracted and dentures placed, they will have some initial swelling and then shrinking of the gums over for the next 8-10 months as they heal. During the healing process we will see you for a series of appointments for adjustments and soft liners until your healing is complete. At that point, the final touches are put on your dentures for the best fit possible.

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Dental Implants

In qualified candidates, a dental implant can act as a replacement tooth root placed into your jaw. Dental implants can provide a strong foundation for fixed (permanent) or removable dental prosthetics. Dental implants can support everything from a single tooth crown to a fixed bridge (multiple crowns) to removable dentures. Implants also aid in preventing jaw bone loss.

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About Us and Team

At Dentures & Dental Services® of Fort Smith, we pride ourselves on providing quality dentistry at affordable prices. With an on-site lab, we can provide you with a new smile in as little as one day, at a fraction of the cost of other providers.

Jim Curlin
Jim Curlin
DDS
Jim H. Curlin III, D.D.S., a Fort Smith native, attended Westark Community College, before attending Lambuth Memorial Methodist College, in Jackson, TN, and graduating Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Science, in Chemistry. He attended University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences College of Dentistry, where Dr. Curlin graduated with honors in 1984. Moving to Ozark, AR, he bought the dental practice of Dr. Bill Gibbons and began his practice there in July of 1984.
Jay Rad
Jay Rad
DDS
Dr. Rad first attended Tulsa Community College out of Tulsa, Oklahoma for 3 years before deciding to attend Dentistry school. Dr. Rad started his dental career with Indiana University, School of Dentistry, 1997 – 2001, where he graduated atop his class. Dr. Rad started his own private practice after schooling where he worked 7 years until deciding join the Dentures and Dental services family in late 2007. Dr. Rad was married in 2010 to his beautiful wife Sarah, and is currently expecting their first child in October of 2016. He is also involved in his community and is a rock for his family!
Heath Coleman
Heath Coleman
DDS
Dr. Coleman attended the University of Arkansas from 2004 through 2009, where he met his wife Holly while both were pursuing their undergraduate degrees. He received his DDS degree from the University of Oklahoma in 2013. The Colemans have a son born in 2013, and a new daughter born in early 2016. Dr. Coleman enjoys spending time with family and friends, working on the farm, and Razorback football. Other interests include music, fitness and reading.
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