Traditional Removable Partial Dentures

Traditional Removable Partial Dentures

Is there something about your smile that bothers you? Are you missing teeth, making it difficult or embarrassing to eat or speak? Traditional removable partial dentures from R. Ben Alexander DDS can help.

Dentures are a great way to restore your smile and to be able to eat and speak without worry. They replace missing teeth with prosthetic teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth.

What Are Removable Partial Dentures?

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Removable partial dentures are dental prostheses that we can use to replace one or more missing teeth. We carefully match them to your exact dental measurements and the colors of your teeth and gums. You will love how you look and feel with your new partial dentures. They will help you regain your confidence and improve your quality of life. 

We typically make them with two main parts: prosthetic teeth and a metal or acrylic framework that supports them. 

Sometimes they will include a base that fits over the gums and natural teeth and a set of replacement teeth. These dentures offer patients several advantages over other tooth replacement solutions.

For example, they allow for greater flexibility in food selection, and you can remove them for easy cleaning. In addition, if you don’t like something about the way they fit or become damaged or worn, we can adjust or replace them. And unlike traditional bridges and implants, removable partial dentures do not require extensive surgery. 

These dentures provide a convenient and effective way to restore lost tooth function and appearance.

How Are They Held in Place?

Traditional removable partial dentures can offer a durable and natural-looking solution for tooth loss when correctly fitted and cared for. We can expertly customize your dentures to meet your unique needs, so the design and how they fit can vary. Typically, the framework is designed to fit snugly around the remaining natural teeth, and it sometimes has clasps that help to hold the dentures in place.

In some cases, they will use suction and the natural contours of your mouth to stay in place. You can also use a dental adhesive if you prefer. At R. Ben Alexander DDS, we also offer implant-assisted dentures, including dental implants to serve as artificial tooth roots and hold the dentures securely and permanently.

How to Care For Your Removable Partial Dentures

Traditional Removable Partial Dentures dental bonding. r ben alexander dds mckinney, tx woman smiling on orange backgroundDentures are mostly low in maintenance, though they require extra care and attention. By following a few simple tips, you can keep your dentures looking and feeling their best.

First, be sure to brush your dentures daily with a soft-bristled brush. Be gentle, as dentures can be delicate.

In addition, be sure to see your dentist regularly for checkups. With proper care, your dentures will last for many years to come.

What Is The Cost?

The cost of removable partial dentures will vary depending on the materials used, the number of teeth we replace, and the case’s complexity. Simple dentures made from basic materials will typically cost less than more complex cases that require metals or other specialized materials. 

Ultimately, the best way to get an accurate estimate is to consult with Dr. Alexander. Dr. Alexander and his team will be able to assess your needs and provide a more specific quote.

se appointments are less frequent than if you were wearing metal braces. As an Invisalign® dentist, Dr. Alexander sees patients less frequently because the check-ups are not to adjust anything, just to make sure that the procedure is working. This is far more convenient for patients with busy schedules in Texas.

Excellent Removable Partial Dentures in Mckinney, Texas

With Traditional Removable Partial Dentures, you will be able to eat and speak without worry. You will also have beautiful teeth that you can be proud of.

Schedule an appointment today for a consultation with Dr. Ben Alexander DDS. We would be happy to discuss this treatment option with you in more detail. We’re looking forward to restoring your smile.

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