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Adorable and young Black girl sitting in a dental chair and smiling at her older white dentist and white dental assistantA denture is a substitute for your missing teeth that is detachable. There are two common types of dentures: partial and complete dentures. Partial dentures replace some missing teeth when there are existing natural teeth. On the other hand, complete dentures are used when there are no natural teeth present. These appliances feel and appear like natural teeth and can help restore your facial appearance and smile. They offer a suitable alternative if you've lost your natural teeth due to injury, decay, gum disease, or accidents. To learn more about dentures, visit Bridge City Smiles Family Dental.

Complete Dentures

Complete dentures are the most natural-looking and durable dentures. They are made from plastic and resin, molded around a metal base. They are more durable than conventional denture bases because they lack corrosive metals and do not irritate your gums. Complete dentures come in two materials: porcelain and resin. Porcelain is more expensive and more difficult to get in some areas. Resin is easier to find but less expensive than porcelain, though it does tend to leak or stain over time. It would be best to see an oral surgeon before getting complete dentures. Your dentist may be able to make an impression for you that your surgeon can use during surgery.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are made from a combination of porcelain and metal alloys. The teeth are held together with small screws that go directly through the porcelain and into the metal beneath it. This allows them to move slightly to fit correctly over your remaining teeth and around your gums.

Partial dentures are a common solution for people lacking most teeth. They can be used with a full set of natural teeth to give you a complete smile.

Reasons Why You May Need Dentures

Not every patient has the same needs. Below are the different reasons why you might need dentures.

Replace Missing Teeth

The goal of dentures is to replace missing teeth with artificial teeth. It is possible to get dentures without any surgery at all. However, if you have a lot of missing teeth or have been losing them for some time, you may need to undergo some dental work before getting dentures.

Boost Your Facial Appearance

Dentures can help boost your facial appearance by filling in the space where your bottom teeth used to be.

Help You Eat Better

If you're missing teeth because they were knocked out during an accident or other trauma, dentures can be used to replace those lost teeth so that you can eat without worrying about chewing properly.

Improve Your Speech Skills

Dentures are often recommended for people who are missing many or most of their upper front teeth. This is because they help improve speech skills when speaking. Teeth are useful features for our pronunciation. Thus, replacing missing teeth with dentures can enhance your speech.

Dentures are useful appliances for your oral health and other incredible benefits. They improve your smile, boost your facial appearance, and replace missing teeth. Further, they improve your speech by enhancing your pronunciation. For more information about dentures, visit Bridge City Smiles Family Dental. Call us at (971) 978-0266 for additional information.

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