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If have widespread tooth loss and are concerned about your bite or facial appearance, there may be a dental solution for your needs.

At Earp Dentistry, we can fit you with dentures so you can smile, chew, and speak without reservation

Our Greenville, NC, dentists are proud to offer comprehensive dental services at competitive prices. 

Millions of Americans  Are Affected by Tooth Loss

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At our primary office location in Greenville, NC and our secondary office in Plymouth, NC, Dr. Earp and his team offer the highest-quality oral care, taking a multidisciplinary approach to dentistry. Our three dentists each boast their own specialties and possess over 45 combined years of dental expertise.

Contact us today to review dentures as a treatment option and get started on your journey to a better smile! Call us at: 

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Dr. Earp is one of the best doctors I've ever had, and he really cares about his patients. The whole office is really kind to everyone that goes there.  Thank you, Dr. Earp, for putting in my implants and for caring about your patient, even after the procedure is over.  Dr. Earp's office is TOPS in every way.

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Quanny Grimes


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I absolutely love Earp Dentistry! They’re so nice and will make you feel so welcome. Dr. Earp and his team truly helped me out a lot. I had an abscess and I was immediately scheduled to be seen. It was painless before I realize it he was done. I’m very pleased! If you’re trying to find a great dentist Earp Dentistry is the place to be!

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Types of Dentures

Partial dentures

Partial Dentures

Designed to fit around your existing natural teeth, partial dentures are a good solution for those missing many but not all of their teeth. Partial dentures are removable and can help compensate for changes in your bite, preserving the structure of your jaw and face.

Complete dentures

Complete Dentures

Complete or full dentures, on the other hand, can replace an entire arch of your teeth rather than just a portion. Complete dentures are ideal for those who have lost all of their teeth. Using a denture base and artificial teeth, full dentures can help restore chewing and biting function to your mouth.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-Supported Dentures

If your jaw has atrophied in the wake of tooth loss, you may be considering implant-supported dentures. A stable option that doesn't use adhesive, a dental implant acts exactly as a natural tooth does. It not only replaces a lost tooth, but can also halt jawbone atrophy

How Does an Implant-Supported Denture Work?

Denture fitting onto dental implants

Timeline of Dentures Process

What to Expect

Initial Appointment

During a comprehensive initial examination, your dentist will assess your oral health and determine your candidacy for dentures. Based on the condition of your mouth, he will then outline your denture options.


After explaining the fitting process, your dentist will take a mold of your teeth. You may also be asked to provide input on shape and color. If you need implants placed or teeth extracted, these operations will need to occur before you receive your final dentures.

Final Results

Generally, you should expect to experience an adjustment period when you first receive your new device. Daily tasks may come unnaturally to you at first, but this is normal. Over the course of a few weeks, your muscles will grow accustomed to your dentures.

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The staff here is amazing. I could not ask for a better dental experience.

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Jessica Vaughan


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Great experience! My hygienist was fabulous. She was gentle and thorough. Definitely recommend!

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Drs. Johnathan Earp, Rafael Torres, and Rafael Mendez

Earp Dentistry

The warm and friendly team of compassionate professionals at Earp Dentistry provides the communities of Greenville and Plymouth, NC, a one-stop-shop for all of their dental care needs. Our dentists are members of national professional organizations including:

  • American Dental Association
  • American Association of Orthodontists
  • American Society of Implant and Reconstructive Dentistry
  • American Academy of Implant Dentistry

To schedule an appointment at one of our two convenient locations contact us online or call (252) 756-3313.

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Plymouth Office

363 US Highway 64
Plymouth, NC 27962

Open Today 8:00am - 5:00pm

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Greenville Office

2446 Emerald Pl
Greenville, NC 27834

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