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Dentures – Lakeway, TX

Take Back Your Smile with Lifelike Solutions

An older couple with dentures smiling

The effects of tooth loss are more than skin-deep. In fact, rebuilding your smile via a full or partial denture can make huge improvements in your daily life. With the help of Drs. Winston and Daniel Eaddy as well as their state-of-the-art dentures, you can get back to smiling, eating and feeling confident around your friends, family and coworkers. It doesn’t matter if you’re missing a few teeth or an entire arch, our dental office is fully-equipped to help you achieve a beautiful new smile. Contact our dental office to schedule your next appointment today to discuss tooth replacement with dentures in Lakeway, TX!

What are Dentures?

A full denture

A denture is a dental prosthetic designed to replace teeth. It’s made up of an acrylic, gum-colored base and porcelain teeth, which are fabricated in a dental lab. We only use the highest quality materials possible when creating your denture, ensuring that the most lifelike and comfortable restoration is made. Upon creation of your denture, you’ll get a chance to have it fitted by one of our dentists. If it doesn’t feel right, we’ll make adjustments and do everything possible to make sure your happy with your restoration.

Full vs. Partial Dentures

A partial denture

A full denture is designed to replace an entire arch at a time and uses the natural suction of the gums to stay in place. Keep in mind that the full denture is fully customized to fit your mouth exactly. It’s considered to be a quick and affordable way to replace many teeth at a time while still ensuring optimal function and comfort.

Partial dentures are designed to replace a handful of missing consecutive teeth. While they look similar to a full denture, partials use a metal-support structure that’s covered by the gum-colored acrylic. They are also held in place with small metal clasps that loop around teeth nearby.

Dental Implant-Retained Dentures

If your traditional denture doesn’t fit your needs and you’re looking for something more stable, an implant-retained denture just might be up your alley. Instead of relying on natural suction or metal clasps, your denture snaps onto several dental implants strategically placed throughout your mouth. The good news is you only need anywhere from four to six implants to replace an entire arch. Overall, implant-retained dentures offer a more stable fit, a stronger biting force and greater improvements in speaking and chewing.