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If you have missing, fractured or failing teeth and would like to get back to the days where you could chew your food, you should look into getting dentures. Removable dentures can be the most affordable and efficient way to restore your missing smile.
Dentures have come a long way and now fit better, look better and last longer (when properly cared for) than ever. With dentures, you can improve your eating, speech and comfort while protecting remaining teeth from excess wear and help prevent facial and lip muscles from sinking in.
At Silver Screen Dental in Austin, Texas, we will guide you through all your options and help you determine which type of denture best suits you. Our staff is sensitive to the pain and trauma of losing one’s teeth and the replacement process. We promise to make your experience a pleasant one.
Whether you require a full or partial denture, denture repair or a second opinion on your current dentures, Silver Screen Dental is the dental office that can give you proper denture care. We’ve provided dentures for patients of all ages.
Full Dentures vs. Partial Dentures
Dentures are available in two different types. You can get “full” dentures or you can “partial” dentures.
Partial dentures are replacement teeth that are attached to a plastic base that is the color of your gums. Partial dentures are used when there are natural teeth still remaining in the upper or lower jaw. A precision partial denture is removable and has a clasp that attaches to the crowns.
Full dentures, also known as “complete” dentures, can be conventional or “immediate.” Conventional dentures can be placed in your mouth after all your teeth are gone and the gum tissue has started to heal. A typical time frame is between eight and 12 weeks.
Immediate dentures can be placed in your mouth immediately after your teeth are gone. The only catch to immediate dentures is they do tend to require more time to heal and require more adjustments.
Some of Our Denture Services
- One-day complete dentures.
- Cast metal framework partial dentures.
- No-metal partial dentures.
- Implant supported and retained dentures.
- Implant placement and conversion to non-removable hybrid denture.
- Mini-implant placement and retro fitting of lower denture to fit them.
- Transitional temporary partial dentures
- Denture repairs to include teeth replacement and broken denture bases.
- Extractions and immediate placement of full or partial dentures.