Are you missing several or all of your teeth? Looking for dentures? If you’re missing your teeth, whether all of them or just a few, you might want to consider dentures as a way to restore your smile. At Renken Dentistry in Crystal Falls near Cedar Park, TX, we offer partial, traditional, and implant-supported dentures for a natural-looking smile that’s healthy and strong. To schedule your appointment for dentures near you, contact us today.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are ideal when you still have some of your natural teeth remaining. These are removable dental bridges that can fill in gaps between your natural teeth, attaching with a metal framework that stays out of sight.

Traditional Dentures

This type of denture is most commonly seen in TV and movies. Traditional dentures are a full set of false teeth attached to an acrylic base that fits against your gums. This type of denture tends to be less expensive than implant-supported dentures, but they’re much less sturdy and can slip around in your mouth.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures are a great option when you have no natural teeth remaining. Dental implants are embedded into your jawbone at strategic points throughout your mouth. These implants then serve as an anchor for dentures to attach to.

While implant-supported dentures are usually only worn on the bottom row of teeth, you can opt to get them on either your upper or lower mouth (or both.) This type of dentures is strong and secure, and you don’t have to worry about your dentures slipping out of your mouth or causing discomfort due to rubbing against your gums.

Dentures can work for almost anyone. To book an appointment with your dentist, give our Crystal Falls office a call today for your dentures near you.


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