Dentures – Keller, TX
Complete Your Smile with Top-Quality Replacement Teeth
Did you know that 120 million adults in the United States are missing at least one tooth? If you’ve suffered tooth loss, you’re far from being alone. In fact, about 36 million people have no natural teeth left at all! However, losing teeth shouldn’t mean that you can’t bite, chew, laugh, or smile with confidence. At Ridgepoint Dental, we give our patients another chance to take full advantage of their teeth through top-tier dentures in Keller. Are you ready to have a complete smile again? Contact us to schedule an appointment with Dr. Walia today!
Why Choose Ridgepoint Dental for Dentures?
- Compassionate, Experienced Dental Team
- Personalized, High-Quality Restorations
- In-House Implant Placement Available
What Is a Full Denture?
For patients who are missing all the teeth in an arch, we use a full denture, which consists of acrylic teeth attached to a gum-colored base. These materials make dentures look just like natural teeth. Unlike dentures of the past, modern full dentures utilize natural suction to stay in place on top of the gums, but you may still wish to use denture adhesives for added security.
What Is a Partial Denture?
If you still have some natural teeth within your arch, you may wish to replace your missing ones with a partial denture. Using metal or plastic clasps, this customized restoration attaches to your remaining teeth and fits in your smile like a puzzle piece. This setup keeps the teeth you still have from moving out of position. Like their full counterpart, partial dentures have an acrylic gum base and durable teeth that look realistic.
What Are the Benefits of Dentures?
When you don’t have strong teeth, even simple daily functions can feel impossible. Dentures that fit well allow you to bite and chew your food and expand your diet to include choices that would otherwise be too tough. But when dentures fit properly, you can make healthier decisions in your diet. In addition, you can talk and smile while feeling less self-conscious about how your teeth look.
Whether you have teeth or not, we’ll take impressions of your mouth and design your dentures to give you a uniquely beautiful smile.
What Are the Benefits of Implant Dentures?
Another option for your dentures is to attach them to dental implants, which act like tooth roots. These posts are embedded in the jawbone, so the implants can provide much more stability and biting power than traditional dentures. Also, with implant dentures, you don’t have to worry about your replacement teeth slipping or coming out. They are firmly anchored, which means you can eat basically any foods you like with most of your original biting strength.