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Full & Partial Dentures – Tyler, TX

Restoring the Function & Aesthetic of Your Grin

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If you’re missing several or all of your teeth, you’re not alone. According to a study conducted by the American College of Prosthodontists, over 40 million people across the country are missing all of their teeth. Not only does having large gaps in your smile cause your self-confidence to take a hit, but it also makes it difficult to complete daily tasks like eating and speaking. At Times Square Family Dental, we aim to improve our patients’ overall quality of live by providing customized and realistic-looking full and partial dentures in Tyler. For questions or to learn more, contact our office today! 

Why Choose Times Square Family Dental For Full or Partial Dentures?

What are Full Dentures?

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Full dentures are typically offered to patients who are missing an entire arch or all of their teeth. These are customized to match the shape of your gums so they securely fit over them. The base of full dentures are typically made from natural-looking, gum-colored acrylic. On top of the base sit artificial replacement teeth that are made from ceramic or porcelain. These materials can be customized in color to resemble natural tooth enamel, allowing the dentures to flawlessly incorporate with your smile.

What are Partial Dentures?

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For our patients who are missing several teeth in an arch, we may suggest partial dentures in Tyler. These are a removable restorative solution made from a metal or gum-colored acrylic base. However, unlike full dentures, this base is made to strategically and discreetly fit around your existing pearly whites to hold your artificial ones in place. This feature allows you to preserve your remaining healthy teeth while continuing to enjoy a complete smile.

How Should You Maintain Your Dentures?

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Once you receive your dentures in Tyler, we’ll walk you through how to take them in and out of your mouth as well as some basic maintenance and care techniques. By following some of these basic denture tips, you’ll be able to extend the lifespan of your restoration:

If you have any additional concerns or questions about how you can get the most out of your new smile, don’t hesitate to contact our office. Our team is more than happy to provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to make your dentures in Tyler last as long as possible.

Dentures FAQs

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Do you have questions about what life will be like with dentures in Tyler? At Times Square Family Dental, we offer completely customized restorations to help restore your smile and want you to get the most out of them. That’s why we’ve answered some common questions that we receive from our patients below.

Can I sleep with my dentures in?

It’s not recommended to sleep with your dentures in your mouth for several reasons. First, it’s important to give your gums a rest after supporting your restorations all day. You should never leave them in your mouth for a full 24 hours without taking them out to clean and sanitize them either. Lastly, the shape of your dentures is able to hold as long as you soak them each night in room temperature water or a denture soaking solution.

How long does it take to adjust to wearing dentures?

When you first get your new dentures, you’re going to go through an adjustment period as you learn how to effectively use them and allow your gums to become comfortable supporting them. This adjustment process can take up to 30 days. Here are some tips to help accelerate the adjustment period:

If you have any additional questions, you can contact our office and our team can help provide you with guidance.

When should I get my dentures replaced?

Dentures typically last for anywhere from seven to 10 years with the proper maintenance. If you notice that they’re beginning to shift or slip in your mouth or are damaged, it’s likely a sign that they need to be replaced. The best way to tell is to bring them into our office so we can examine them. In some cases, we’re able to simply reline or readjust them. However, in other cases, we may recommend getting new ones.

How do I apply denture adhesive?

Denture adhesive can be difficult to use if you’ve never handled it before. Here are some instructions on how to prepare your restorations and secure them in your mouth with the help of adhesive:

Many denture adhesive packages also contain helpful picture that can guide you on how much to use and where exactly to place the adhesive.

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