Are you tired of living with uncomfortable dentures?
Our customized, comfortable dentures will revitalize your smile!
Dentures are a prosthetic device used to replace missing teeth. They can be made from acrylic, plastic or metal, and they allow the wearer to smile, eat, and speak with confidence. Partial dentures replace only a few missing teeth, while complete dentures replace a set of missing teeth. With strong, natural-looking dentures, you can reclaim your smile, eat your favorite foods, and maintain your oral health.
Providing Reliable Dentures for Over 20 Years
We understand that our patients have unique needs, and every smile is different. Our expert dental team will design personalized dentures that complement your face shape, coloring, and natural smile. You’ll discover that when dentures are crafted to your specifications, they are surprisingly comfortable, easy to wear and simple to maintain.
How to Care For Dentures
- Clean your dentures daily
- Use a soft toothbrush or denture brush to scrub away food particles and plaque
- Gently scrub every area and surface evenly
- Use over-the-counter denture cleaner products
- After cleaning your dentures, soak them overnight in a water-based cleaning agent
Things you Should Avoid When Cleaning Your Dentures
- Do not use bleach to clean your dentures, unless specifically instructed by your dentist
- Do not use regular toothpaste to clean your dentures
- Do not try to repair your own dentures. Customized dentures are designed to fit comfortably and securely in your mouth. Any changes to this could result in complications that affect your oral health. Consult your dentist if you believe that your dentures are in need of repair
Contact Our Austin Denture Experts
Improve Your Smile and Your Life
We understand that quality dentures support a healthy body. We use only the highest quality materials to create durable, long-lasting dentures that will maintain their strength and natural appearance for years to come. These dentures allow you to eat and speak comfortably, and they’ll also help to improve your overall dental health.
If you would like to learn more about our affordable denture options or would like to make an appointment, please get in touch with our friendly team today!
Dentures Frequently Asked Questions
• How Long Does it Take to Get Dentures?
Our process for fitting and making dentures has been streamlined so that you can get your new set of dentures faster, without sacrificing quality. It normally takes about 3-4 weeks to have new dentures made. However, we are able to cut down on that turn-around time by using fast and efficient modern denture technology. If you would like to learn more about our denture process, get in touch with our helpful team to find out how we can help you get fast, comfortable dentures.
• Do Dentures Hurt?
It’s common to experience minor irritation or pain when breaking in new dentures. If your are experiencing significant pain or the initial discomfort is not relieved over time, you should consult your dentist immediately.
• How Much Do Dentures Cost?
The cost of dentures can vary greatly based on a number of unique factors. Every patient is different and we create customized treatment plans based on your needs and budget. Dentures are generally a more affordable option than dental implants, which makes them ideal for fixed-incomes and tight budgets.
• What Can I Eat With Dentures?
Dentures will allow you to enjoy a large variety of foods that are impossible to eat with damaged or missing teeth. Dentures will take a little while to get used to and it’s best to avoid hard or sticky foods. Denture adhesive can help to stabilize your dentures and keep them in place. It’s best to avoid chewing gum completely.
• Can You Whiten Your Dentures?
Dentures are not designed to be whitened like teeth. Regular maintenance and cleaning are the best way to keep your dentures looking good and your mouth healthy. Whitening agents or products can damage your dentures and compromise your oral health.
• Can You Sleep In Dentures?
Ideally, you should remove, clean and soak your dentures in water every night. Removing your dentures gives your gums and bone an opportunity to relax from denture related pressure. If you need to wear your dentures overnight, you will still want to clean them at least once every 24 hours.
• When Do I Reline My Dentures?
Over time, if you feel like your dentures no longer fit comfortably, meaning you may need reline your dentures. While there are over-the-counter relining kits, it is generally best to consult your dentist.
• What Are Complete Dentures?
These dentures are designed to replace a full set of teeth. They generally rest on the gums that cover your jawbones. Stability and retention can be increased if they are attached to dental implants
• What Are Partial Dentures?
These dentures are used when you only need some teeth replaced. They stay affixed by attaching to existing teeth and can cover areas of gum and bone where teeth are missing. Dental implants can be used to help to fortify and stabilize partial dentures
If you have any other questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact our friendly team today!