Regain Confidence with Dentures at Complete Dentistry

If you are one of those millions of people, you are well aware of how tooth loss affects your quality of life – and confidence. Fortunately, you don’t have to live that way forever. At Complete Dentistry, our restorative dentists offer dentures to restore your smile and your confidence. If you’re ready to say goodbye to gaps in your smile, schedule a consultation with our team today!

Why choose complete dentistry in Trophy, TX for dentures?

When under the care of the professionals at Complete Dentistry, you can expect personalized, individual care, and the most advanced, comfortable dentures. You will gain a set of important benefits not available at many dental offices in the Trophy Club area:

  • Dentists with advanced restorative training
  • Dental insurance welcome and flexible financing
  • Get 15 percent off dentures with membership

We use cutting edge technology and techniques. Our doctors pursue constant continuing education to be able to keep up with the changing studies and advancements of dentistry.

While other dental offices prioritize their bottom line, we always put people first. We want to make it easy for nearby families to get everything they need in one place while enjoying great care and even better service.

Am I a good candidate for dentures?

Whether you’re missing several teeth or an entire arch, you may be eligible to get dentures in Trophy Club. This method of tooth replacement is excellent for patients who want to enjoy a complete, functioning smile once again. During your consultation, we’ll conduct an oral examination to determine if this solution is right for you. It’s incredibly important that you have healthy gums to support your new prosthetics. That said, if you have problems like tooth decay or gum disease, you’ll need to work the appropriate care into your treatment before you can start the denture process.

What are the types of dentures?

During a consultation, one of our dentists in Trophy Club will assess your goals and needs to narrow down the right type of denture for you. Based on our findings, we’ll recommend one of the following options:

Partial dentures

If you’re only missing a few teeth, partial dentures may be the ideal option for you. They fit between the teeth, seamlessly closing gaps throughout your smile. The gum-colored base and custom-shaded teeth are held in place using small metal clasps that loop around the neighboring teeth.

Full dentures

For patients missing an entire row of teeth, full dentures are an excellent solution to consider. They also have a discreet, gum-colored base and natural-looking teeth like partials. However, full dentures sit on top of the gums and are held in place using natural suction or a small amount of denture adhesive.

Implant dentures

Do you want unmatched stability and durability? You might want to consider getting implant-retained dentures. A full or partial denture is attached to several dental implants that are surgically inserted into the jawbone. Because the titanium posts are placed in the bone, they stimulate it to prevent deterioration and your new teeth benefit from great stability. Additionally, you can expect to enjoy your new smile for several decades with proper care and maintenance!

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The benefits of dentures

Patients who choose to get dentures can expect numerous benefits including:

  • Renewed ability to eat a nutritious diet
  • Natural-looking results
  • Lifespan that extends well over a decade with proper care and maintenance
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Affordable and trusted method of tooth replacement
  • Improved self-confidence

What is the procedure for dentures?

Denture procedures differ depending on the type of dentures being provided.

  • Implant dentures require surgery to attach the prosthetic teeth to metal rods embedded in the jawbone, whereas regular dentures are custom-fitted, acrylic replacements that rest directly on the gums. 
  • During your initial consultation with our dentist, they will examine your mouth and provide guidance on the best course of action and help you decide whether dentures or implant dentures are right for you. 
  • The precise steps of denture treatment vary depending on which kind of denture you decide upon, but it typically involves taking impressions of the gums and measurements of your facial features so they can construct a comfortable fit customized to your individual needs.
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How long is the process for implant dentures?

The journey to obtaining implant-supported dentures can take anywhere from six months to a year to complete, based on various factors and determined by each individual patient. Your process may be shorter than this, based on your unique condition. Many find that implant dentures are so far superior that they are well worth the short wait to complete.

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