Are Dentures Right for You?
When you are missing teeth, your smile isn’t the only thing that suffers. When you’re lacking teeth, it can lead to health problems such as difficulty chewing, biting, and speaking. They can also negatively affect your facial muscles, making your skin and face look older. No matter how you lost teeth, whether due to injury, disease, or tooth decay, we at Town Center Dental are happy to replace yours. We love restoring smiles so you can get back to being your confident self. By implementing dentures, you can return to your normal life. If you believe you can benefit from dentures, give us a call today to schedule a consultation. Take the first step to improving your health and confidence today!
Types of Dentures
Full dentures are a full set of upper and lower teeth. These are used primarily when most if not all of your natural teeth are missing. While this is one of the more rare and extreme cases, we have over 15 years of experience in dental repairs, making us the perfect choice for your new smile.
We recommend partial dentures when only a few teeth are missing or need to be replaced. This proactive measure keeps your existing teeth from moving as well.
Overdentures take advantage of existing teeth and implants. We place overdentures, like the name insists, over your teeth or implants, utilizing their support to stay secure. Once we prepare your teeth, installing overdentures is an easy way to restore your smile back to perfection. These removable dentures stay in place far better than traditional dentures, so you can eat and converse with confidence. Long gone are the days of slipping dentures, inefficient adhesives, and inability to enjoy the foods you love.
Why Town Center Dental
When it comes to dentists in Cedar Park, TX, we at Town Center Dental not only provide excellent service, but we love talking to our clients. Our staff is happy to provide the proper guidance for your denture care. After taking molds and adjusting your fit to the proper comfort, we cover hygiene extensively. Just like your original teeth, dentures need to be cared for if you want them to last. Our team will educate and encourage you on proper care for your new smile you can enjoy it for years to come.