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Dentures and Partials - Garland, TX

Replace Your Missing Teeth and Improve Your Appearance

If you’re tired of looking at an incomplete smile, you’ll be happy to know there is a solution that will replace your missing teeth and improve your appearance. Whether you’re missing several teeth or all your teeth, dentures in Garland and partial dentures can give you a functional, affordable, and complete smile. At La Prada Family Dentistry of Garland, we will work with you to create a beautiful restoration that is custom-made to your individual needs. Not only will it look natural, but you’ll be surprised how quickly you’ll adjust to your new prosthetic. Our dental professionals want to help you take back your smile, so call us today to schedule a consultation to discuss options to replace missing teeth with dentures and partials in Garland, TX.

An older man with dentures smiling

Why Choose La Prada Family Dentistry of Garland for Dentures and Partials?

How Do Dentures and Partials Work?

A partial denture

Both forms of tooth restoration work the same way – they restore your overall smile. However, if you are only missing a few teeth along a row, you won’t need a full denture. Each patient’s needs are different, so let’s take a look at how these options work.

Full Dentures

Advancements in modern dentistry have made it possible to improve full dentures in a way that eliminates the association of false teeth with “old people.” Nowadays, full dentures are not as likely to slip or fall out. If you’re missing all your teeth on the top or bottom row, or both, full dentures are an affordable and effective solution.

Artificial teeth are attached to a gum-colored base that mimics the natural color of your gum tissue. If you are in need of an upper denture, it will cover the entire roof of your mouth, whereas, a bottom denture is made to look like a horseshow, allowing room for your tongue.

Taking impressions of your mouth, your dentist in Garland will send them off to the dental lab where they will begin to work on creating your prosthetic. Within weeks, you can expect your permanent dentures to be ready. You’ll return to our dental office to have them fitted. Your natural suction will hold them in place, but you are welcome to use a small amount of denture adhesive for added security.

Partial Dentures

Patients missing only a few teeth along a row can benefit from a partial denture. Fitting like a puzzle piece in your mouth, this fixture uses clips or clasps to hold it in place. Much like a full denture, artificial teeth are affixed to a gum-colored base and can be placed on the top or bottom row of your mouth.

Our dental professionals will make sure the partial fits securely into place, using your natural teeth to hold it in place. The result will be a beautiful smile that blends in seamlessly and is unnoticeable to others.

What Are the Benefits?

A woman with dentures holding an apple

Full and partial dentures have been around for many years, making them one of the most effective methods of tooth replacement. It is also a popular option for individuals dealing with missing teeth. The reason so many people choose dentures and partials are because of their many benefits, which include:

How Does a Dental Implant-Retained Denture Work?

A dental implant-retained denture

As we mentioned earlier, dentures and partials have been a go-to solution for patients with missing teeth for many years. Over time, new and improved methods of treatment have come along to offer patients a more stable and permanent solution. Implant-retained dentures not only offer an aesthetically pleasing appearance, but they can restore your smile from the root up!

At La Prada Family Dentistry of Garland, we will drill small holes into your jawbone and strategically place 4 to 6 implants. These titanium posts act like the tooth’s root, stimulating the bone and giving it the strength it needs to provide a stable foundation for your implants and custom denture.

Once the implants are placed and stitched up, you’ll spend the next several months healing at home and allowing the implants to properly fuse to the bone. Once you’re healed, you’ll return to our dental office and have your custom-made denture affixed to the top of your implants.

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