Meet Dr. Carson KutschCosmetic & Family Dentist
Dr. Carson Kutsch is a unique small-town dentist. He grew up in Albany and attended both George Fox and Oregon State universities before earning his doctorate at the prestigious Marquette University School of Dentistry in 2005. Each year, Dr. Kutsch attends extensive postdoctoral studies in clinical dentistry, enabling him to provide his patients with some of the latest advances in dental technology.
Dr. Kutsch is married to the love of his life, Hayley, and they have three kids, Keeley, Tavi, and Beckett. They also have a wonderful dog named Eva. The Kutsches spend most of their free time with family and friends.
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Discover why people from across the country travel to Albany to get their Cosmetic Dentures
Dr. Kutsch has taken many courses in cosmetic dentures. During his studies, he discovered weaknesses in the conventional method of creating dentures. Drawing on all he had learned from his professional courses, Dr. Kutsch created his own exclusive denture system. He is also in the process of putting together a course to teach dentists how to use his system to produce better dentures so patients everywhere can benefit from his expertise.
Dr. Kutsch's one-of-a-kind in-house denture lab took years to develop, and it ensures his patients receive the perfect set of dentures every time.
Our denture patients experience the same “WOW!” effect that our patients who have had expensive full-mouth cosmetic makeovers do. In fact, with our modern techniques and materials, no one even has to know you wear dentures. Request a free consultation today!
Dr. Kutsch’s exclusive retention system and custom-designed teeth give the most natural looking dentures available.
Using top-quality materials allows our dentures to have excellent longevity as well as exceptional fit and finish.
Dentures are fitted to your jaw for the most comfortable fit, and affix without annoying denture adhesive.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dentures can be out of date, just like anything else you wear. Because dentures wear and stain at a significantly faster rate than teeth do, if you have used the same dentures for over 8 years, chances are you're ready for an updated look. Over time, dentures also become loose. If you need adhesives to hold your denture in place, it's likely they fit poorly enough to cause damage to your jawbone over time.
In many circumstances, specialty dentures aren't necessary. When you visit us for your complimentary consultation, we will provide you with an accurate, honest diagnosis. If you don't actually need custom cosmetic dentures, we won't try to push you into getting them.
Nothing lasts forever. The tissue and underlying bone in the mouth are continually changing. Over time, your dentures will need to be adjusted, relined, or replaced to maintain a good fit. The average life of a set of dentures is about five to eight years.
The average dentures patient can expect to visit our office three to six times during the denture design and fitting process. The entire process takes just two to three weeks and can be completed more quickly if required.
Of course there are. Kutsch Dentistry won't lecture or judge you for your dental problems. Every patient is unique, and we understand that sometimes circumstances can lead to dental problems a patient might find embarrassing. Rest assured, our practice is proud of your choice to pursue a healthy smile.
Of course not. The consultation is completely free of charge. We are limited in how many consultations we can schedule during any given period, so make sure to schedule yours as soon as possible. You’ve got nothing to lose.
Our talented team will work with you to see if your insurance company will cover your cosmetic dentures. If for any reason they are not covered, we will let you know and will work with you to develop a financial plan if needed. Our patients often tell us that it's worth the investment to purchase quality cosmetic dentures.
Yes. Ask our office about financing options or payment plans.
Some of our patients use CareCredit® to finance their dental care because of their reasonable interest rates. We’ll help you figure out a good option for you.