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The Difference Between Your Full And Partial Dentures

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When you have suffered from more advanced cases of tooth loss, this can negatively impact multiple aspects of your daily life. A set of dentures can address your missing teeth and help you enjoy better oral health again. At your Dallas, TX, dental office, we can address more severe cases with our full and partial dentures.

The Importance of Treating Tooth Loss

If you have lost a significant number of your adult teeth, then you could be suffering from a number of complications in your daily life. You could find clear speech is difficult, and you could find yourself severely limited in the types of foods you can enjoy. You may avoid social situations too. To restore your quality of life, as well as your oral health and appearance, you need a prosthetic to address your missing teeth. We want to examine your smile to see if you benefit from full or partial dentures.

Partial Options

Partials are a prosthetic that can address multiple missing teeth spread out across your smile. The prostatic fills gaps with new teeth. We will custom-make the prosthetic based on detailed digital images and measurements we take of your smile. In a lab setting, we use them to design and fabricate the denture, which contains new teeth set in an acrylic base. The new teeth are made from materials like ceramic, which can endure daily bite forces and be shaded to blend with your natural teeth. The base looks like gum tissues, and metal clasps will be present to attach to natural teeth and secure your new prosthetic. The entire will last about 5 to 10 years before requiring replacement.

Complete Replacement

A full replaces every tooth on one or both arches. We will first remove the last few teeth with a safe and gentle tooth extraction, and then attach detailed digital images to design the denture. The prosthetic will contain a complete row of teeth set in an acrylic base. Suction or a special adhesive will keep your prosthetic in place. For both fulls and partials, we will provide instructions for cleaning and soaking, helping them stay pliable and last for years to come. We want to return your smile’s function, health, and beauty.

If you have any questions about our custom dentures, then contact our team today to learn more. Everyone deserves a beautiful smile that allows you to smile with confidence and enjoy your favorite food again.

Talk To Your Dallas, TX Dentist About Our Custom Prosthetics

We want to help you obtain a complete smile again, and a better quality of life. If you would like to find out more about treating your tooth loss, call our Dallas, TX dental office at (972) 307-7777.