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Customized Dentures

Thanks to advancements in dental technology, custom dentures today look, feel and function more like genuine teeth, giving you a higher level of comfort and satisfaction in your smile. Normally, it takes three or even four weeks to create a custom set of dentures. At The Texas Dental Center, however, we are happy to offer our patients customized dentures in just 2-3 days to ensure that your smile is back to normal as quickly as possible.

What Are Dentures?

Dentures are removable prosthetic teeth that replace one’s missing teeth. These replacement teeth are made of acrylic resin and sometimes other metals for additional support, and they typically come in two varieties: full and partial. Full dentures are prosthetic teeth that comprise a full set of teeth for the entire mouth, while partial dentures are made to only fill a space created by a few missing teeth.

No matter which type of denture you need, we are able to get them to you quickly without sacrificing any of the quality. By getting your custom dentures to you in just two or three days, you can go about your daily life seamlessly instead of having to wait weeks to eat, speak and smile with ease once again.

Getting Used to Dentures

When you first get your dentures, there may be some discomfort as your gums and mouth get adjusted to the denture. Speaking and chewing may also seem a little difficult in the first few days; however, over time, these functions get much easier and more natural.

Keeping Your Dentures Healthy

All materials deteriorate over time, and this includes dentures. With proper care, they will last much longer and give you the aesthetic look you want and need for complete confidence. At least one checkup per year is needed for minor adjustments in fit and, occasionally, you may need new dentures due to changes in the fit or natural wear and tear.
In some cases, dentures can break, so it is important to be careful when dealing with them. By keeping them moist and delicately brushing them regularly, you can make sure that your mouth and dentures remain healthy and clean. The better care that you give your dentures, the better they will work for you.

If you are interested in learning more about 2-3 day dentures, contact The Texas Dental Center