Dentures

Modern Dentures For a Lifelike Fit and Appearance

If you are missing all or most of your teeth, Dr. Lo can recommend one or a set of custom dentures. Thanks to advanced dental technology, today’s restorations are a far cry from dentures of the past. You can choose from several types of restorations, including full, partial, and implant-supported dentures. Each of these custom-made restorations will blend with your smile and restore the natural function of your bite.

Traditional Full and Partial Dentures

Traditional dentures are removable. The gum-colored plastic base will fit comfortably around your dental ridge. The restoration will be made from impressions of your mouth for a secure fit and natural look. A full denture will replace your entire upper or lower dental arch. A partial will restore a large number of missing teeth while fitting around those that remain.

Implant-Supported Dentures

If you are looking for a more stable and durable option, consider implant-supported dentures. Your dentist will place one or more small dental implants into your jawbone. As your bone heals, the implants will replace your missing teeth roots, forming a stable foundation for your entire restoration. Implant-supported dentures will never slip out of place, and they can help prevent jawbone degeneration by reestablishing the stimulation of your teeth roots.

Dentures Can Improve Your Quality of Life

Whether traditional or implant-supported, dentures can have significant benefits for your appearance, dental function, and oral health. First, with our lifelike restorations, you will enjoy a newfound sense of self-confidence. Not only will the dentures replace your missing teeth, they will also enhance the overall look of your face. The carefully designed restoration will fill in your lips and cheeks, helping you to look younger and more rejuvenated.

Call Pure Smile Dental in Plano, TX, Today

Located on Legacy Drive in Plano, TX, Dr. Jennifer Lo and our team at Pure Smile Dental provide a comprehensive list of services to help you optimize your dental health care. To schedule a consultation, or to make your next routine appointment, call our office today at 972-517-1297. We proudly serve patients in Plano, Allen, Frisco, Richardson, McKinney, and Dallas.