Aqua Dental Offers Well-fitting Dentures for a Lasting, Healthy, and Attractive Smile
If you have lost your teeth to decay or injury, dentures are a cost-effective option to restore the function of your teeth and confidence. While you may be concerned with the “fit and look” of your dentures because of what you have seen your grandmother wear, modern dentures are anything but ill-fitting or “fake-looking.” At Aqua Dental, our dentures are made from professional-grade materials that are lifelike, durable, and flexible enough to provide a comfortable fit and natural look.
Types of dentures
In dentistry, there is nothing like a one-size-fits-all treatment. Dentures aren’t an exception — there are several options to cater to different patients’ needs. Here are the common types of dentures:
- Conventional dentures: Have you lost all your teeth? Is an entire arch of your teeth missing? Traditional dentures, also known as complete dentures, are viable options to complete your smile if you miss all or most of your teeth. These dentures are held in place with suction or adhesives.
- Partial dentures: If you are missing one or more teeth in a row, partials are suitable to replace your teeth. Partials are held in place with clasps or metal frameworks attached to the surviving teeth.
- Immediate dentures: We can install dentures immediately after your teeth have been extracted. This eliminates any downtime you may experience with missing teeth. However, these dentures require frequent adjustments as your gums change to cope with missing teeth.
- Implant-retained dentures: If you want a more stable option for your conventional dentures, implant-supported dentures offer precisely that. After inserting dental implants strategically in your mouth, we place a natural-looking denture to complete your smile. This option is more sturdy and prevents bone loss.
Dr. Chitra Pradeep and the team aim to deliver dentures that closely match your natural teeth in appearance and function. We do this by taking impressions of your teeth to fabricate appliances that fit well and match your dentition as close as possible. Of course, to ensure your new smile continues looking its best, we give you tips on taking care of your dentures, including dental visits to rebase, reline, or remake them.
Ready for a new smile in Austin, Texas?
If you have lost some or all your teeth, it doesn’t mean you should live the rest of your life with a sub-optimal smile. With natural-looking and long-lasting dentures from Aqua Dental in Austin, TX, we can restore your oral functionality and confidence. Please dial (512) 643-6571 to get the smile you deserve.