Dentures in San Antonio, TX

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Full or partial dentures are an efficient option for restoring missing teeth. These dental appliances could make it easier to talk and bite into food with self-assurance and will enhance the appeal of your mouth after tooth loss. Our dental practice offers full and partial removable and implant-supported dentures for adults of all ages in San Antonio, TX. Single-arch dentures replace every one of the teeth in the upper arch, bottom arch, or both; however, partial dentures are utilized if some of the natural teeth still remain in the jawbone. At Leon Springs Dental Center, our team can help you learn if detachable or implant-held dentures are ideal for your aims and have them individually made to provide a pleasant appearance and cozy fit. Schedule your restoration evaluation with our dental team soon.

A member of our team will begin the process by taking 3D or physical impressions of your top and lower arches. These impressions will then be forwarded to a highly advanced dental lab, which will create your unique dentures. Single-arch and bridge dentures use light resin, which could be supported by a titanium inner structure. Crafted with medical-grade substances, dentures mimic the appearance of actual teeth and the gumline. Once your appliances are finished and are sent to Leon Springs Dental Center, we will have you return for a fitting appointment. We will modify your restorations so they fit cozily or attach them to previously placed oral posts. A member of our team will also review the best methods to take care of your personalized dentures.

Addressing your unique requirements is essential to us, which is why our San Antonio, TX practice offers several individualized denture solutions for tooth replacement:

  • Detachable bridge-style dentures take the place of open areas left behind by a single tooth or multiple lost teeth. They are kept in their position by inconspicuously fastening to close teeth.
  • Removable single-arch dentures take the place of an entire upper or lower arch and are retained by the natural shape of the jawbone or a dental glue.
  • Implant-retained dentures fill in for several or a full arch of teeth. These restorations are put on top of dental posts in the jaw for elevated sturdiness.
  • Immediate complete dentures are applied as soon as the real teeth are taken out. The comfort of these pieces could be modified as the gum tissues heal.
  • Conventional complete dentures are provided in cases where teeth have previously been taken out and the oral cavity is completely healed.

What Are the Benefits of Dentures?

Dentures offer numerous benefits for individuals in San Antonio, TX, seeking effective solutions for tooth loss. Here are some key advantages:

  • Restores a natural, confident smile
  • Enables comfortable consumption of various foods
  • Enhances articulation and speech
  • Prevents deterioration associated with tooth loss
  • A budget-friendly option for tooth replacement

Good candidates for getting dentures would be any individuals who are missing several teeth or ought to have teeth removed. Dentures serve to enhance your oral function, let you consume a wide variety of foods, and help maintain the shape of your face. These restorations work well when the gums are healthy and there is a good amount of bone mass to keep them in place. During your visit with our dental team, we will evaluate your mouth and review your possible treatments based on your needs, maintenance goals, and budget. After we talk with you, our dental practitioners will be able to help you determine if dentures are best for you and the kind that might efficiently suit your individual circumstances.

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Find the capability to chew, speak to different people, and smile after losing teeth when you receive a personalized tooth restoration. Our experienced team is thrilled to provide full or partial detachable and implant-supported dentures to people in San Antonio, TX. For more about how dentures can improve your smile, schedule an appointment at Leon Springs Dental Center.

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What will wearing dentures feel like?

At first, you will need to get used to wearing the dentures in your mouth. In the first couple of days, you may experience some sore spots, but over time this should fade. Producing more saliva than usual is also common during this time.

What should I not do after dentures?

With new dentures, there are a few things you should keep in mind. For example, knowing the right oral hygiene products to clean your teeth. Dr. Walker can recommend products and answer any questions you may have during your consultation. In addition, very hot liquids should be avoided as they can wear down your dentures' material.

How long can I wear my dentures each day?

It is possible to wear dentures for a long period of time. To aid in adjustment and prevent uncomfortable sore spots, it is advised that you wear your new dentures for at least 8 hours each day at first. At night time, you should remove your dentures as well as during brushing or flossing.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.