Dentures and Partial Dentures in Plano, TX

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What Are Dentures?

Dentures are a customizable and reliable approach for replacing missing teeth. These dental appliances can make it more comfortable to speak and eat with confidence and also enhance the look of your smile after tooth loss. Dr. Dao Pham designs full and partial dentures for adults of all ages. Single-arch dentures restore all of the teeth in the upper arch, lower arch, or both; however, partial dentures are offered when a number of the real teeth are still intact in the jawbone. At Dali Dental, our staff can help you discover whether full or partial dentures are best for your needs and goals and have them custom-crafted to produce an attractive appearance and secure fit. Contact our Plano, TX office to schedule your denture consultation with Dr. Pham today.

What Are the Benefits of Dentures and Partial Dentures?

Dentures provided in Plano, TX at Dali Dental offer several perks for patients who are missing teeth, restoring functionality and optimizing aesthetics. Some of the possible benefits involve:

  • Presents an accessible choice to address missing teeth
  • Ease of upkeep and cleanliness
  • Enhancement of facial appearance
  • Results in natural-looking outcomes
  • Restoration of regular eating and talking practices
  • Stability for lasting functionality
  • Flexibility of design choices
  • Safeguards against facial muscles sinking in
  • Builds self-confidence
  • Possible improvement in digestion
  • Increased speech clarity

What Is the Denture Process?

A member of our team will begin the process by making 3D or molded impressions of your upper and bottom arches. These impressions are then sent to a special dental lab that will craft your customized dentures. Our dentures are made of light resin, which may be reinforced by a metal inner structure. Crafted with high-grade biocompatible materials, dentures replicate the look of natural teeth and gum tissues. When your appliances are created and arrive at Dali Dental, we will ask you to return for a fitting session. Dr. Pham will modify your dentures so they are comfortable or attach them to previously placed dental implants. Our staff will also review the ideal ways to clean your personalized dentures.

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Replace Missing Teeth With Custom Dentures

Restore your confidence to chew, speak, and smile comfortably after tooth loss with an individualized tooth replacement solution. Dr. Dao Pham is pleased to offer full and partial dentures in Plano, TX. Dentures are customizable to fit your needs and lifestyle and can help you smile with confidence. To learn more about how dentures may elevate your smile, set up an appointment at Dali Dental.

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How long does it take to get used to wearing dentures?

It may take a few weeks for individuals to get used to wearing dentures or partial dentures. Initially, there might be some discomfort or difficulty with speaking and eating, but with time and practice, most people adapt to wearing dentures comfortably.

Can I eat normally with dentures?

Yes, with some adjustments and practice, individuals can eat a variety of foods with dentures or partial dentures. Initially, softer foods may be recommended, and gradually, a more regular diet can be resumed.

How do I clean and care for dentures?

Dentures should be cleaned daily with a denture brush and mild soap or denture cleaner. It's important to remove dentures at night to allow the gums to rest and to soak them in water or a denture-cleaning solution.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.