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Do you have severely decayed or missing teeth? Wish you could have a brighter, healthier smile? Tamborello Dentistry in Magnolia, TX near Conroe, Tomball, and The Woodlands, TX may be able to help! We offer full, partial and implant supported dentures for patients that are missing teeth or have teeth that need to be extracted.
Dentures have been a popular dental treatment for replacing teeth for decades. They allow patients to speak and chew again properly, and also restores your smile gives you a more youthful appearance. Whether you need full dentures or a partial, Tamborello Dentistry would be happy to help!
Full dentures are used in cases where a patient needs to replace all of the teeth on either the top, bottom or both. Artificial teeth are placed into a flesh-colored acrylic plate, which is then placed in the mouth. They can restore your ability to speak and eat correctly.
For dentures and partials in Pinehurst, Hufsmith, Shenandoah, Tomball and The Woodlands, TX, contact your dentist in 77354 today!
Much like full dentures, partial dentures are made of artificial teeth placed in natural-looking flesh-colored acrylic. They, however, do not replace entire rows of teeth and must be supported by other natural teeth or dental implants. For patients only missing a few teeth, partials may be the perfect option.
Implant-supported dentures are either full or partial dentures that are attached to dental implants. These dental implants are tiny, titanium posts that are attached to the jaw. With implant-supported dentures, there is no need to worry about dentures coming loose or falling out as they are fastened in place.
Ready for a restored smile? If you’re in or near the Conroe, The Woodlands, Tomball, or Magnolia, TX area, contact Tamborello Dentistry in Magnolia, TX today!
Dentures are the best way to replace missing teeth, but partials are easier to maintain and don't require as much work for you. They also look very natural.
The number of teeth you need for a partial denture will depend on the size and shape of your mouth. It is best to have an idea of what kind of result you want before choosing your partial restoration.
The number of teeth needed is dependent on several factors including the size and shape of the full denture, as well as the type of bridge system that is used. A soft denture may require 4-6 teeth, while more robust dentures may only use 2-3 per arch.
Yes, you can get a partial denture with no back teeth. The dentist will remove all of your front teeth and then place smaller ones in their place.
Dentures can be quite painful, but there are some things you can do to make sure the dentures fit your mouth properly and are comfortable to wear. The most important step is to visit an experienced dentist who will take x-rays so they can make sure that the dentures fit properly and that they are not causing any pain.