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Perfect Your Smile

Dental Care you Can Trust

If you are not 100% happy with your smile, contact Chesterfiled Family Dental today to schedule a consultation so we can help you onto the right path to the smile you want!

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Nice, clean place everyone are very friendly. The doctor always done a great job. I have been there for many years…!
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All staff members are very nice. I came in after having neck surgery. Range of motion wasn’t normal for me. They worked on it to make sure I was comfortable and not in pain. Will be going back again.
Ray N.
Ray N.
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From the front office to the Dentist, the experience was awesome. Everyone took their time to help and thoroughly explain all details. This was my first visit and now I have a great dental facility!!

Dentures FAQs

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Patients at Chesterfield Family Dental who are looking for restorative dentistry options in Springfield may want to consider dentures. Many people will find that dentures are a good option today, even though they might not realize it. Many misconceptions have been floating around about dentures, and it is important to understand the truth. Look at the following dentures FAQs to get a better understanding of what they are and how they could help you.

Dentures FAQ #1 – Do I Need to Be Missing All My Teeth?

One of the biggest myths around dentures is that people need to have all their teeth gone before they can get dentures. That’s not the case. You might only be missing a few of your teeth, and need partial dentures. Of course, if you are missing more teeth, or all your teeth, dentures might be a good solution for you as well. The restorative dentistry specialist will help you to find a solution that is right for restoring function and health to your mouth.

Dentures FAQ #2 – Does Having Dentures Mean No More Dentist Visits?

Even if you have full dentures for all your teeth, this does not mean you can ignore the dentist. Even though you might not have all the same issues that you had before, you will still need to visit the dentist at least once per year. The dentist wants to check how the dentures are fitting. They also want to check the health of your gums and your jaw.

Dentures FAQ #3- Do Dentures Wear Out Quickly?

Dentures last longer than you might expect. They will typically last between five and 10 years, but this could vary based on how you care for them and whether there are any other issues with your jaw, which might necessitate a replacement.

Contact Our Springfield Dentures Dentist

You can get in touch on our contact page or by calling us at 417-888-0771 to learn more about dentures or to schedule an appointment.

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I am always excited to go to the dentist now that I go to Chesterfield Family Dental. They always answer any questions I have and are so friendly and nice. I am always so comfortable here, which is saying alot because I have peridontal disease and the treatment for it doesn't always feel so great, but when Im here, the hygenist makes me forget all about it!
Salina J.
The staff is so warm and welcoming from the moment you walk in the door. Even though my son is a bit apprehensive about going to the dentist since he had to have four teeth pulled in the past, he is still always happy to see them. Dr. Buzbee and his staff are so great and patient with him. He leaves with a smile on his face and no cavities!
Julie C.
I have been a patient of Dr. Buzbee for as long as I can remember. The Staff at Chesterfield Family Dental is always greet you when you walk in and they seem to know everyone by name. The care you get for the staff is always great and all seem to be the best of the best at what they do. I have always recommend anyone I know to go see them and will continue to do so in the future.
Andrew G.

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Dr. Roger D. Buzbee

Dr. Roger D. Buzbee graduated from University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Dentistry. He began in private practice as a Springfield dentist in 1988. In 2000 he began attending the Las Vegas Institute of Cosmetic Studies (LVI), where he became a full mouth graduate.