Discovery Denture Center


Making an Appointment is Easy !

Our office policy will be to treat our patients with respect while providing a warm and welcoming environment.You will receive the highest quality oral prosthetic services. Our goal is for every patient to leave our office having received the services they need to maintain a healthy mouth.

Please call our office at 360-943-6290 to make an appointment. Once you make an appointment at our office, that time will be reserved for you. If, for some reason, you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment time, please call us.

What to Bring to your First Appointment

To provide you with prompt service, please be sure to bring the following when you visit our practice for your initial visit:

Photo Identification
Insurance Identification Card and Information
List of prescription drugs and medical records pertaining to your visit

Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to fill out necessary paperwork.
If an appointment cannot be kept, the patient is expected to notify the office with at least 24 hours notice. Patients who miss their appointments more than twice without 24 hours notice may be subject to dismissal from future care by this office.


We accept most dental insurance plans. Please familiarize yourself with your insurance plan, paying close attention to co-pays. Our staff will prepare all the necessary forms for your dental benefits. However, we remind you that your specific policy is an agreement between you and your insurance company.

Please know that you are responsible for your total obligation should your insurance benefits result in less coverage than anticipated. We do not render our services on the basis that insurance companies will pay all of our fees. We base our treatment on what is best for you.


Payment is expected at the time services are rendered, unless other arrangements have been made. This includes any co-payments or deductibles (amount not covered by your insurance).
For your convenience, our office accepts Cash, Visa, Discover, American Express AND Master Card.

Oral health is important to overall health.

There are three types for dentures Partial Dentures, Complete Dentures and Immediate Dentures.
There are different types of dentures, this requires further investigation in order to arrive at the treatment plan suitable for your specific needs.

If you are missing some of your teeth you will need a partial denture. If you are missing all of your teeth you need a complete denture. If you have natural teeth and they all need to be extracted then you have the option of immediate dentures. We offer a Free Consultation and can help you decide which is the best treatment plan for you.

Published Article by Julie Stone D.P.D.

Wearing Dentures ~ Arm Yourself with the Facts




Denture Cleaner - $25.00 - Plus Tax and Shipping
Call or email and we can ship to your home.


Directions For Use: Remove dentures from mouth and brush loose food particles from dentures. Dissolve one cap full of Sparkle-Dent into denture cup with enough water to cover dentures. Stir solution thoroughly and let dentures soak for 20 minutes.Extremely stained dentures with heavy calculus or tartar buildup may require a longer soak, possibly overnight. Sparkle-Dent should be used daily. Sparkle-Dent is highly concentrated and each mixture can be used for up to 7 days. Sparkle-Dent is safe for soft liners (for 20 min.). Rinse denture thoroughly before replacing in mouth.

CAUTION: Sparkle-dent is not to be taken internally or used in mouth or on natural teeth. Harmful to gold, fabrics, and formica. Wipe up spills immediately. Harmful to eyes. In case of contact with eyes, flush them with water. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting, drink large amounts of water. Contact a physician if irritation continues. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN Do not soak partials or dentures containing metal for more than 15 minutes. Please follow soft liner or temporary liner manufacture instructions.

You can use the same solution for an entire week if you clean off any food or debris off your denture and/or partial first. Because Sparkle-dent is a powder, you can use the solution the recommended full strength or half strength.

Use caution with use, Sparkle-dent can be harmful to formica counter tops and to fabrics. We recommend you open your denture cup in the sink in case of an accidental spill or place denture cup over a folded towel. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask the staff from Discovery Denture Center. We would love to hear comments from you.

Cleaning and Storing Your Dentures and Partials


We recommend taking your denture and/or partial out before going to bed or sometime during the day to allow your gum tissue to rest and allows for normal stimulation.

Dentures and partials are delicate and can break easily. When handling your denture and/or partial, place over a folded towel or basin of water. Be careful not to drop them, as you can fracture the acrylic (flesh colored part) or damage the teeth. Metal in the partial, especially the clasps can bend or break.

To remove your denture and/or partial, swish mouth with warm, not hot water or mouthwash. To remove the upper, place thumb against front teeth, slowly and gently press upward and outward toward nose. To remove the lower, slowly and gently pull while applying a rocking motion.

Please do not place your denture and/or partial in a napkin, towel or bag. The denture and/or partial will dry out and can loose it's shape. They can also be easily broken or thrown away. Store your denture and/or partial in a container designed for dentures in water or a cleaning solution.

When cleaning your denture and/or partial, do not use hot water, it can cause them to warp and not fit properly. Only use products designed for denture care. Household cleaners, powdered cleaners, many toothpastes and bleach can harm and scratch your denture and/or partial. You can use denture toothpastes, denture cleansing tablets, Sparkle-dent and ultrasonic cleaners. You can also use mild hand soap, mild dish washing liquid or a solution of half white vinegar and half water.

Use a soft toothbrush or denture brush to clean your denture and/or partial. Hard-bristled brushes can damage the acrylic and teeth. Brushing your denture with a brush help prevents plaque buildup, stains and denture odors. Moisten brush and don't brush too hard, as you could damage the acrylic or metal parts. Always brush your gums, tongue and natural teeth before inserting your denture and/or partial. Metal parts can tarnish if left in a cleaning solution. We recommend fifteen (15) minutes or less for anything containing metal.

Take care of your dentures and they will last for many years.