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Dentures & Partials – Royse City, TX

A Comprehensive Solution to Tooth Loss

The last thing you can expect at Brush Dental is a bulky and obvious full or partial denture. Our dental office’s prosthetics are designed with comfort and sleekness in mind, so you can look and feel like someone who never lost their teeth to begin with! The dentist will walk you through the process for creating a denture step-by-step, making sure that your final result leaves you feeling incredibly confident and secure with your smile. Whether you need to replace a few teeth or all the teeth in a single arch, you can learn how we do it by calling us today for a consultation to discuss dentures and partials in Royse City, TX!

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Why Choose Brush Dental for Dentures & Partials?

Full Dentures: Replace an Entire Row of Teeth with a Single Prosthetic

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Most people think of full dentures when they hear the word “denture” uttered in just about any context. This prosthetic is mainly designed to replace entire rows of teeth at a time. Furthermore, full dentures make it much easier to chew certain foods and add height to your face. This makes it appear healthier and more youthful in appearance. Plus, it can make your bite more aligned, which prevents strain on the jaw joint as well as pain in the face, head or neck. Typically, this sort of denture sits on the gums and is held in place with natural suction. A small amount of denture adhesive can also go a long way.

Partials: Fill the Gaps in Your Smile Like a Puzzle Piece

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If you have healthy remaining teeth, there’s always a partial denture option as well that works to fit in between your healthy teeth with relative ease. Each denture is made from acrylic teeth and attached to a gum-colored base, which is formed into the exact shape of your mouth. This is then held in place with metal clasps that wrap around nearby teeth. By using a partial denture, you can preserve the rest of your teeth as they work in tandem with your custom-made prosthetic. If you want a strong and reliable smile moving forward, you’ll want to consider partial dentures.

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