2419 Christmasville Cove, Jackson, TN 38305, USA
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I had all of my teeth extracted on 8/21/18 and temporary full set of dentures made. I was told there would be some bruising and soreness. I did not expect to look like I got the *** beat out of me by Mike Tyson!

After 3 weeks of heeling time I went back to get the dentures adjusted. The day they adjusted them the teeth fit and I felt no pain. The following day they were loose and painful. I also had a headache and jaw pain since the first day of wearing these dentures. I returned to their office to get adjustments and inform them of the continued headache and pain in my jaw a few times per week with same results. Feel and fit okay when I leave and a few hours later they are loose and painful. I asked the attendant and she said that they were not going to be perfect because they were temporary. My response was that they are temporary for a year. I have mouth and jaw pain, a constant headache and I cannot eat with them because they are crooked. Again, adjust and fine and next day back to the way they were.

Again I go back the following day. I had a new attendant and I asked her why they seem fine the day I go in but then a few hours or the next day they are loose and painful again. She said just a minute and left the room. When she came back she handed me CORA CAINE. I had never heard of it before. She asked me not to say where I got it and told me that it is a denture adhesive with a numbing agent in it. They line the denture with it and it glues and numbs and they feel great until it wears off.

After several weeks of complaining of the constant headache and jaw pain with no relief and the ill fit and painful dentures I went to a local dentist for a 2nd opinion. He said that the baseline of the dentures were off and causing my jaw pain and that the lack of depth to the teeth were the cause of the headaches. I went back to affordable denture with this information and they finally decided that they should make me a new set of teeth. I felt so relieved. I have not been able to eat anything substantial, I could not wear the teeth due to the pain and therefore was not able to leave my house.

I go for the fitting for my new set of dentures. They feel fine and seem to fit. This is a Friday afternoon. Saturday morning I was devastated. I put the top in and immediately felt intense sharp pain. There was a spur on the upper pallet. I put in the lower denture and there was 1/4 inch play of front to back movement. The bottom edge of the denture dug into the lower area of both the inner and outer area of my gums.

The following Monday I go to another local dentist. He took one look at the teeth in my mouth and said that there was no way that these teeth were made to fit you 3 days ago. He told me not to wear them and to get a lawyer.

I went back to affordable dentures that day and asked for my 100 day 100% refund and they refused. They were going to deduct for both sets of teeth and all of my office visits.

So I asked instead if I could transfer to the Burns, TN office. They agreed. I went to my car and called the Burns office and they made me an appointment and while they were getting my personal info they had a call come in and put me on hold. When the receptionist came back to the phone she cancelled my appointment and told me they were no longer taking transfer patients.

So, today, November 12, 2018, I went to see a lawyer. It has been 90 days now since I had my teeth extracted. 90 days with an intense headache. 90 days with intense jaw and mouth pain. 90 days that I have not been able to eat anything but soup, potatoes, yogurt and the like. Today I find out that the 100 day 100% guarantee does not start until you get your final permanent denture. SO FOR 1 YEAR AND 100 DAYS I GET TO HAVE A HEADACHE, JAW AND MOUTH PAIN, NOT BE ABLE TO EAT AND NOT LEAVE MY HOUSE BECAUSE I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO WEAR MY LOOSE FITTING, ILL MADE TORTURE DEVICES.

Product or Service Mentioned: Affordable Dentures Dentures.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $2685.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

Affordable Dentures Cons: Dishonesty, Quality of dentures, Lack of professionalism, Unwillingness to honor purported guarantee, Dismissal of all of my health concerns.

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In some people with advanced gum disease, extractions are easy. In most patients they are not.

Removing a lot of teeth is very traumatic because a lot of bone is lost. Dentures made immediately, instead of several months later after shrinkage has occurred, seldom fit well. Face it: You made a huge mistake extracting all your teeth, and a worse mistake going to Aspen Dental to do it.

Many patients can NEVER wear dentures successfully. Should have taken better care of your natural teeth!

Gabrielle Barley
Health and Beauty Expert

According to the information, published on affordabledentures.com, Affordable Dentures & Implant provide a 100-day denture satisfaction guarantee. It is possible to address the practice with all concerns within this period.

Each participating practice lists a copy of the 100 Day Full Denture Satisfaction Guarantee on their practice page within the company official website. In addition, many practices offer a limited warranty for dentures at no additional cost.

You may try to reach out to the Affordable Dentures & Implant top management team and provide them with full details regarding your issue.

You may also share your experience with other Affordable Dentures & Implant customers via the company social media networks to get a faster response from the company. Please note that all contact details are available on the Affordable Dentures & Implant Contacts tab on the Pissed Consumer website.


NOBODY can take out 29 teeth and have good fitting dentures to go in. Nothing fits well when so many teeth are taken out at one time.

The PROPER protocol is to have all back teeth taken out. Allow for AT LEAST 3 months of healing for all the swelling to go down and bone chips to work out. THEN have impressions and bite records taken on the healed ridges. When the immediate dentures go in, only the front teeth are extracted.

Even so, the dentures become loose very quickly.

This is standard for dentures. MORAL OF THE STORY: Don't have all your teeth removed!


This is not true at all. That is not the proper protocol.

Most patients do not want to have just front teeth and go through multiple surgeries. Please do not comment about proper protocol because that is highly innacurate.


I have made several thousand dentures. When you take out all the teeth at once, there is not stable base for the denture to rest on.

Especially on the lower arch it will not work.

You have at least got to have a healed posterior ridge for immediate dentures to work. Take a course in removable prosthetics, you ignoramus.


Thank you. This post review couldn't have been wrote any more perfect as relating to the exact thing I'm dealing with in Chester VA.

I PAID $4290 to have 29 teeth extracted in on day and left with my temporary set of dentures the very same day. I did this because they said yes sir no problem. Were told with the new tools out now there wouldn't have to be no surgical cutting out of teeth. There wasn't but the man had to work out in a gym or something for at times had to put his spare arm around my head twisting and grinding getting teeth out.

He took less than an hour and a half to extract 29 teeth including stitching my gums. The stitching was falling out in places before I made it home. Stitching was coming out in big pieces all week until none are left doing anything. Same thing as your comment of when you go in for adjusting they put your teeth in that look great with no pain until you leave and get home.

Told my wife it was like they were putting something on them to make them feel right or something. Your post I could use as my own it is so perfect to what I would write.

Thanks. BC from VA


I am so sorry. I know exactly how you feel.

I have since gone to a legitimate dentist. The difference is astounding! It took several visits to make molds and do try ins but it was so worth it.

I now have teeth that look amazing and I can eat with them. The "real" dentist cost me $1,800 compared to the $2600 I paid at AD.


WANDA K WILES DDS IS AKA KAY WILES DDS AND IS ON PROBATION WITH THE TENNESSEE STAT BOARD OF DENTISTRY FOR THE USE OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES AT HER AFFORDABLE DENTURES PRACTICE IN JACKSON, TN Since my horrendous experiences at the hands of this person and her dental practice I have been researching ways to prevent her from seriously harming other people. I have discovered that, Kay Wiles DDS, the name she uses in her practice and on her web pages is not her true and legal name.

Her true and legal name is Wanda Kay Wiles DDS. The importance of this is manifested when I conducted a search of her name on the TN.GOV website in order to check the status of her license. When I entered the name Kay Wiles, no disciplinary actions or probationary periods are listed. However, when I entered the name Wanda K Wiles, all of the information regarding disciplinary actions and the probationary status of her license are listed.

SHE / HER LICENSE IS ON PROBATION UNTIL THE YEAR 2020 you can view all of this at TN.GOV click on "business" in the drop down menu and select license and permits. Click on "Health Professional Boards" then scroll down almost to the bottom of the page and click on "Dentistry". Then scroll down and click on "Licensure". Now click on the blue link "License Verification".

Scroll down and enter her information in the fields. Wanda K Wiles, Jackson, TN 38305. Click submit. Now you will see a page with her license information.

Click the link that says "adverse actions". Now you will see the probationary information about her license. If you look to the column on the far right you will see a link that says "View Board Order". Click that and it will give you the court order.

What the charges were and the stipulations to her probation. As I uncover more information I will be posting more reviews.


Nothing new here. It has always been like this.

Nobody but the most desperate dentists will work in these cheap denture factories where they yank teeth all day. Working in prisons taking out convicts teeth and working at joints like Affordable Dentures are about as low as you could go in the profession. Nobody wants to go to a school of dentistry class reunion and tell classmates he or she is working at Affordable Dentures. Everybody thinks, "Gosh what a loser that guy/gal turned out to be!" So they get dentists on probation, dentists who have bankrupted, dentists who have lost their DEA license, and all manner of undesirables to work there.

Trust me. Any decent dentist who works there will be disgusted, underpaid, and gone in a heartbeat. By the way, Dr.

Wiles is not the owner. These places are owned by corporations, not dentists


I love that you took the time to help others Please keep in contact with me my name is Kay email me at cjkay777@gmail. Com What is your name thank you so much for the All your help Are you a business or a person of concern


I am just a person that went to their office for teeth extractions and dentures and realized that I am not the only person that they have damaged in this way. I am doing and will continue to do whatever it takes (legally) to prevent them and her from hurting others.


My next door neighbor is a aging dentist who sold his practice and retired. He got bored and wanted a part-time job.

He was very good at oral surgery, so he applied for a part-time job at a nearby Affordable Dentures. He was horrified and quit in no time. When he arrived for work every morning, assistants with only a high school education had looked at patient x-rays and were telling him which teeth to extract. Most of the time it was all the teeth.

They wanted to tell him what surgery to do and what should be charged for it. Naturally, their monthly bonuses were based on the dollar value of treatment done!


THAT IS DISGUSTING!!! I am so glad your friend quit!!!

The world needs more people like him. Honorable people that have compassion and decency!!


It is one thing to extract many teeth on a patient suffering from advanced gum disease that has made the teeth very loose. It is quite another to extract many teeth that have no bone loss and long roots.

You would be flabbergasted at how much bone reduction is necessary to extract some teeth. THEN the bone needs to be contoured before the gums are sewn up. Full-mouth extractions on a patient without gum disease is a VERY TRAUMATIC surgery. Bruising is not that uncommon!

That is why is it almost always prudent to leave as many teeth as possible and repair them, than extract them all. Well-made partials are always more stable than complete dentures.

(But you will never get well-made partials at places like Aspen.) Once precious bone is lost during extractions, it is difficult to impossible to get back. Many patients run out of bone and cannot wear dentures by the time they are in their 70s!

@Dental Advocate

I asked the dentist is I could wear partials and was told that was not an option. I am getting copies of my x-rays today and will post pics i possible.


Extracting permanent teeth, especially upper canines, is very rough surgery for adults 50 or older. That is why we dentists plead with patients to save some teeth rather than extract them all.

Leaving canines and doing root canals on them means so much less trauma to patients. Plus the final denture is so much more stable .


I assure you that I would have preferred your method. I followed every recommendation made by this dentist.

Even though I had seen another dentist that had suggested removal in quadrants, she insisted that a total mouth extraction was fine and that she doe it all the time. No worries.


That complaint is far too long to read in its entirety, sorry.


Sorry it is so lengthy, it is dealing with 3 months of lack of concern for my health. To break it down for you in short form.

I paid around $5,000.00 for a badly bruised face, crooked and painful dentures, a pure lack of concern for my complaints of pain and discomfort as well as an intense headache that has lasted over 3 months and the inability to eat solid foods for over 3 months.

They have a 100 day 100% money back guarantee but that doesn't start until you get your permanent denture in a year from the time they rip out your teeth. In other words they can and will make your "temporary denture" in any shoddy manor they so choose and you have no recourse but to accept it and wait a year!


An open bite in the canine and premolar segment on one side is sloppy fabrication, but it would not cause headaches. I have constructed thousands of dentures.

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