Dentures in Royse City, TX
Restore Confidence & Function to Your Smile
Missing teeth often cause people to hide their smile or, even worse, develop serious issues related to bone and gum tissue loss. These issues may include difficulty speaking or chewing, as well as changes to facial contours and aesthetics. Our Royse City, TX dentists at Comfort Care Dental want to help you feel optimistic about your oral health. We can create dentures to stand in for your missing teeth, which stimulate the bone and tissue to keep them healthy and growing and give you the confidence to flash your beautiful smile.
Contact Comfort Care Dental at (972) 635-9919 for dentures from our skilled professionals.
Affordable Dentures Royse City, TX
At Comfort Care Dental, we offer a variety of dentures at different price points so you can get a great looking denture at a price you can afford. All of the dentures we sell come with a warranty (varies by denture style) and a 100-day money-back guarantee. Learn more about our denture packages and pricing here.
What Are Dentures?
Dentures, by definition, are removable false teeth. They are usually made from acrylic resin and metal, and they are specifically designed to match the size, shape, and color of your teeth for a seamless look. We may recommend that you wear your new dentures around the clock for the first several days, however, to better identify where adjustments may be required. This also helps you get comfortable with eating and speaking with them in.
Depending on your specific needs, we may recommend:
- Immediate dentures – Often a temporary solution until conventional dentures are ready, these are made in advance of a tooth removal and generally require several adjustments for proper fit.
- Conventional dentures – Created once gum tissue has begun to heal in order to get the best fit, these are usually placed 8-12 weeks after tooth removal. These may be partial or complete.
- Lock-in dentures – Supported by implants and held in place with snap-on components and caps customized to your teeth, these don’t require other adhesives to remain stable.
Dental implant technology is a newer advancement that has gained popularity. Implants serve essentially the same purpose as dentures but are implanted into the mouth permanently. Not everyone is a candidate for dental implants, so schedule a consultation with our knowledgeable dentist to find out what’s right for you.