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The advantages of restoring the smile with dentures and partials

Partials and dentures are common restorations used for patients who have lost one or more teeth to periodontal disease, severe decay, trauma, or extractions. The Leah Zils, DDS team in The Woodlands, Texas, works routinely with patients who need to replace missing permanent adult teeth and are interested in removable and affordable options. Both complete dentures and partial dentures are available at our office, and learning about each is the best way to decide the solution for one’s unique and personal needs.

When Should I Consider Partial Dentures?

If you are missing one or several teeth but the remaining teeth are healthy and present, we may design a partial denture for you. We use the Valplast brand at our office, which is a flexible partial — making your appliance more comfortable than rigid partials and easier to use for eating. This ensures you wear the dentures as needed and maintain the full functionality of your smile after tooth loss or extraction.

What Are Full Or “Complete” Dentures?

Dentures replace an entire arch of teeth. If you’re missing all your teeth on the top, bottom, or both arches, our team will work with you to create dentures that match your natural teeth. The dentures are premium heat-cured prosthetic devices that are completely customized and personalized. They use high-quality dental materials to simulate the look of natural gum tissue and teeth as closely as possible. They will last a long time when patients visit regularly for follow-up visits to fine-tune the fit and function. Wear your dentures all day long, then brush and soak them overnight.

How Do I Learn More About Dentures And Partials With A Dentist From The Woodlands, Texas?

The Leah Zils, DDS team is here to assist patients with a wide range of dentistry solutions, including restorative dentistry procedures such as full or partial dentures. If you are in or around the area and want to request a consultation, call (281) 973-2276 to schedule an appointment at 6769 Lake Woodlands Drive, Suite A. Our office is open to new and current patients in the area and surrounding cities.

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