Houston dentures can restore your smile, if you have lost all of your natural teeth. Replacing the teeth that are missing will be good for your health and your appearance, whether your teeth are lost from injury, tooth decay, or gum disease. Without your teeth, it’s more difficult to eat and to speak; and your facial muscles can begin sagging. There are several types of dentures in Houston to choose from, all of which can improve your smile.

Partial Houston Dentures

Dentures are removable appliances that replace missing teeth and the surrounding tissues. Complete and partial dentures are available.

Partial dentures in Houston are needed when natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. A removable bridge or partial denture is usually made up of replacement teeth attached to a plastic base the color of gums. In Houston, partial dentures are sometimes connected by a framework of metal which holds the appliance in place inside the mouth. A fixed bridge is used to replace one or more teeth. The bridge places crowns on the teeth surrounding the space, and artificial teeth are attached. The bridge is cemented into place. Another type of partial denture available in Houston is a precision partial denture, which can be removed and which has internal attachments as opposed to clasps that attach to adjacent crowns. The precision partial denture is a very natural looking appliance.

Complete or Full Houston Dentures

There are two types of complete dentures, those being “conventional” or “immediate.” A conventional denture is made after all of the teeth are removed and the gum tissue has essentially healed. It is usually 8 to 12 weeks after removing the teeth that conventional dentures are ready for mouth placement.

Immediate dentures, on the other hand, are made in advance and can be placed in position immediately after teeth are removed. With this method, the wearer does not have to go without teeth during the period in which gums are healing. Once the bones and gums shrink, however, more adjustments may be required in order for the complete dentures to fit properly. Immediate dentures are usually considered temporary fixes until the gums have healed and conventional Houston dentures can be put into place.

The best reason to get partial or full dentures is to restore your smile. You can’t say too much about the importance of a nice, confident smile. Don’t hesitate to get the full or partial Houston dentures that you need.


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