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Complete Your Smile with Dentures & Partials

Elderly couple smilingWhether you’re missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, the impact on your health and wellbeing can’t be overstated. Not only do missing teeth make speaking and eating more difficult, but they contribute to bone loss in the jaw. Over time, this bone loss results in the loss of additional teeth. Remaining teeth may also drift out of their proper alignment.

Thankfully, with a lifelike partial or full denture, we save your smile, and renew your confidence and wellbeing.

What Is a Partial Denture?

A partial denture (more commonly known as just a partial) replaces multiple teeth. The replacement teeth on a partial are typically spread out across a gum-colored base that’s secured with clips or brackets. Because partials are stabilized with clips or brackets, they’re removable, unlike dental bridges, which are permanently attached.

What Is a Full Denture?

A full denture replaces an entire row of teeth, and comes in either an open or closed palate form. They are secured with natural suction or denture adhesive available at most pharmacies and grocery stores.

Implant-Supported Options

For some patients, the best solution won’t be a traditional partial or denture but an implant-supported prosthetic. In these cases, our dental teams discuss the specifics of treatment and make a personalized recommendation.

Dental implants require advanced surgery, and typically take several months to complete. The results look and feel more natural than those achieved with a traditional denture.

To learn more about the denture options that are available, please contact our Belton, TX or Taylor, TX dental office to reserve a consultation. Dr. Aditi Gupta and our team would be happy to complete a full oral exam and recommend a personalized path forward.

In accordance with Section 1557 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, our office provides interpreter services, through the assistance of your health plan, for the following non-English languages…

  • Spanish
  • Vietnamese
  • Chinese
  • French
  • Tagalog
  • Korean
  • African Languages
  • Urdu
  • Arabic
  • Hindi
  • Gujarathi
  • Persian
  • Japanese
  • Russian
  • Italian

The category "African Languages" includes Amharic, Ibo, Twi, Yoruba, Bantu, Swahili, and Somali.