Affordable Dentures in
Houston, TX

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Affordable Dentures in Houston

Dentures

Thinking About Dentures?
The decision to get dentures can be a daunting one. There are so many options: complete dentures, partial dentures, immediate dentures, overdentures and more. It can be difficult to decide if you even need dentures, and if so, which dentures are right for you.

Whether you need a full set of dentures or partial dentures to replace just a few missing teeth, we have the expertise to give you dentures that will improve your life.

What Can Dentures Do for You?

Dentures can boost your confidence and self-esteem and improve your overall appearance. By replacing missing teeth, you can prevent your facial muscles from sagging and looking hollow. A properly fitting denture can also prevent the wrinkles that appear around the lips when teeth are missing.

Benefits of dentures:

  • Continue to chew food comfortably
  • Speak more clearly
  • Smile confidently
  • Enjoy an improved appearance

Partials and Dentures

Congratulations! You have made a good decision to restore your lost teeth and receive partial or complete dentures. A good set of dentures may be enjoyed by a patient for a very long time, and this lifespan is ensured by the proper care and maintenance.

After receiving your dentures, you should it is essential that you are aware of the following:

  • Discomfort. Dentures are a prosthetic replacement for having no teeth; it is unrealistic to think they will do everything natural teeth can do. Especially if you are a first-time denture wearer, it is common for you to feel some discomfort during the first few weeks. You will eventually get used to them and they will become more comfortable. Just keep wearing your dentures for a few days, unless it is really impossible, and report all pressure points to the dentist. It is important that the dentist properly identifies these pressure areas so that adjustments would be successful. If mouth sores develop, please notify your dentist immediately.
  • Food. During the first few days to weeks, it may be a little difficult for you to use your dentures to eat. You can maintain a soft diet during this time until you are able to properly adjust. Train yourself by cutting food in small portions and chewing them. Do not use your dentures to bite directly into food.
  • Cleaning. Just as there is a need for you to clean your teeth, it is essential that you clean your dentures too because you put them inside your mouth. There is a special brush that may be used that will not abrade them, and there is also denture cleanser solution that you can use. You can submerge the dentures into a warm water bath and allow it to cleanse. You can use dish soap to clean any debris from dentures. Do not use toothpaste to clean dentures.
  • Storing. Your dentures will be delivered to you along with a denture case, which you need to keep with you at all times. Some people have a habit of wrapping their dentures in a tissue paper where they may end up in the trash can. If you do not want to lose your dentures or see them get broken, make sure to store them properly when you remove them.
  • Proper Use. Your dentures are meant to replace teeth that you have lost. They are made of acrylic/plastic and may have some metal components that can break. Your dentures are meant to restore the function of your teeth: so that you can smile, eat, speak and maintain your bite. Do not use your dentures for other things. They are not a bottle opener, nutcracker, scissors and so forth. Protect the investment you made by caring for them.
  • Fit. Although the dentures are meant to fit your perfectly, there may be a need a few adjustments to get to that point. This should not be a problem, just take your dentures to your dentist. When the dentures begin to loosen, report such problems to your dentist so that he could do relining, repairs and adjustments, as required.
  • Relining. Complete dentures can be relined, which means replacing the entire interior (a part that touches gums) of the denture. That may need to be done if dentures were made immediately after tooth extractions. That is also a wise thing to be done every few years to ensure a long-lasting, well-fitting denture.

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