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Full and Partial Dentures
in Dallas, TX

Dental trauma, sports injury, and poor oral hygiene can result in tooth loss. Without all your teeth, it can be challenging to eat, speak, and smile confidently. Tooth loss can also cause your bite to become misaligned and increase the chances of gum disease. Dentures and partials have been a reliable tooth replacement option for years and continue to improve! If you are ready to learn more about full and partial dentures for tooth replacement in Dallas, contact our office today!

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Should I consider full or partial dentures?

Dentures are a reliable option for patients looking to replace missing teeth. Built on a base made to look like natural gum tissue, full or partial dentures can be held in place by suction and adhesive paste or dental implants. Full dentures replace all the teeth in one or both dental arches, while partial dentures are designed to replace only a few missing teeth and are anchored to the remaining natural teeth. Your oral health and how many teeth you need to replace can help you decide which type of denture to consider.

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What is the process for dentures?

Dr. Willison, Dr. Dahl, or Dr. Carr will work with you to create a prosthetic that fits comfortably, looks natural, and functions similarly to your real teeth. At Dallas Center for Oral Health and Wellness, we want you to be happy with the outcome, so the process of designing, adjusting, and placing your dentures takes place over several visits. Our office utilizes high-quality materials to create your dentures, providing us with many options for customizing your full or partial denture shape, size, and color.

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How long do dentures last?

Our denture services utilize high-quality materials to ensure comfort, longevity, and complete customization. Whether you have full dentures or partial dentures, you should expect them to last for several years with a good care routine. Normal wear and tear, changes to your oral health, and how often you attend dental visits are all factors that can impact how long your dentures last. We encourage you to clean your dentures daily, soak them every night, and visit our team regularly to help your dentures last longer.

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