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Dentures in Austin, TX

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Dentures are removable dental appliances that replace all or some of a patient’s missing teeth. While dentures are most often used for people who have lost all of their teeth, they can also be used to replace several missing teeth.

Dentures are custom-made for each patient, so they will look and function exactly like natural teeth. Dentures can be made from one of several different types of materials, including acrylic, metal, or flexible resin.

Complete vs. Partial

Complete dentures are used when all of a person’s teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain. Both types of dentures are removable.

Benefits of Dentures

Improved Oral Hygiene

Dentures are removable, which means patients can take their dentures out to clean them and brush and floss their teeth as usual. Removable dentures also allow patients to enjoy their favorite foods without worrying that their dentures might break.

Improved Speech

If you have missing teeth, you may find it difficult to pronounce words because your teeth don’t come together properly. Dentures will fill in the gaps created by missing teeth, restoring your ability to pronounce words clearly.

Improved Comfort

When all of your teeth are missing, your jawbone doesn’t have anything to stimulate it, which can cause it to deteriorate over time. Dentures can prevent this and improve the comfort  by restoring the
teeth.

A Healthier Jawbone

A denture can help your jaw recover and maintain strength after tooth loss. Though your jawbone can begin to lose density after tooth loss, your jawbone can begin to regain density over time. By wearing a denture, you can better preserve your jawbone and your oral health.

Procedure for Dentures

The procedure for getting your dentures can take several appointments depending on the type of dentures you need. Your dentist will create a mold of your mouth and take measurements to determine exactly where your dentures need to fit. Once your dentist has the measurements, he or she will send the mold to a dental lab where they will make your dentures. The dentist will try the dentures in your mouth during your next appointment.

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The Dental Centre, located in Austin, is equipped with expert dentists and modern amenities. Call us at  (512) 892-7800 and schedule an appointment with the dentist to know more about dentures. 

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