Restore Your Smile With Dentures in Fort Worth, TX
Missing most of your teeth can make eating and speaking a challenge. It can also affect your self-confidence. At Texas Implant and Dental Center, we provide traditional, replacement, and immediate dentures. For patients wanting more security, we offer snap-on dentures to restore your smile fully.
Dentures in Fort Worth
Texas Implant and Dental Center is well-known in the Fort Worth, TX for Dentures and how we do it. By having an In-House lab and offering IV Sedation. We have dedicated our office for making the denture process EASY! Keep reading to learn more about our specialty dentures in Fort Worth.
Our Denture Services:
- IV Sedation
- Immediate Dentures
- Implant-supported dentures
- Same Day Denture repair and Relines
- Complete and partial dentures
Dentures Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What Are The Benefits of Dentures?
Restore Confidence, Comfort, & Health
Stop hiding your smile and regain your self-confidence with dentures. It is often said that the mouth is the gateway to the body. Having unhealthy teeth in your mouth will harm the rest of your body. When we remove unhealthy teeth patients tell us that they fell better. Why? because their body no longer tries to fight an infection it can not get rid of. The cause of the infection is the teeth which is why antibiotics do not work for dental abscesses or dental infections.
Take Years off Your Appearance
At Texas Implant and Dental Center, we can customize your dentures to suit the shape of your face and improve the appearance of puckered lips and sunken cheeks. With dentures, we can restore your vertical dimension of your face – often patients have worn their teeth down, or are missing so many teeth their bite has collapsed. When the bite collapses, the lower portion of the face shrinks where the chin is closer to the nose than is should, this makes for an older appearance. With dentures, we can restore your facial height and make your face more proportional.
Enhance Your Quality of Life
While dentures do have limitations, many patients report that with dentures they no longer have the constant tooth pain they had with bad teeth. Also, removing unsightly teeth and replacing with dentures also makes for an improvement in self confidence. Please note: dentures do have limitations and they are 1900’s technology, so if you are looking for 21st century quality of life, then Permanent Dental Implants are the recommendation as you have so many lifestyle improvements – ie ability to eat any foods you want, have teeth back and no more dentures. We will go over your options at consultation, but dentures can be a great starting point for some patients.
Benefit from Dental Implants
Our doctors can attach dentures to dental implants, which are small titanium posts that act as artificial tooth roots. With implants, your dentures will never shift out of place.
If You Need Dentures, You Are Not Alone
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Who Is a Good Candidate for Dentures?
Dentures are a good choice for patients missing most or all of their teeth.
If you are missing most of your teeth, a denture may be the right solution. Your doctor can help you choose between a partial or complete denture based on the health of your remaining teeth.
Teeth that are decayed, broken, or infected beyond repair will likely need extraction. Our team can remove damaged teeth and replace them with a denture for a healthier, more comfortable smile.
Loose or shifting teeth are often caused by gum disease. Resolving gum disease and replacing loose teeth with a partial or complete denture can restore the health, comfort, and function of your smile.
What Do Dentures Cost?
We Make Affordable Dentures That Fit Your Budget
Traditional removable dentures are the most affordable treatment option for replacing several consecutive teeth. At Texas Implant and Dental Center, complete dentures start at about $895 per arch and provide the same quality as dentures that cost thousands of dollars at other clinics. Also, dentures are often covered partly or entirely by insurance, reducing your out-of-pocket costs.
Implant-supported dentures are more expensive than other treatments. However, most of our patients find that the benefits of dental implants are worth the additional expense.
We Use Advanced Technology to Make Your Treatments More Precise
At Texas Implant and Dental Center, we employ a variety of state-of-the-art tools and techniques to provide superior results. Our doctors can use a digital CT scanner (ICAT) to create three-dimensional models of your jaw while planning your treatment. This tool is invaluable in making sure your implants are placed in the best possible positions. We utilize IV Sedation with Dental Surgery in Fort Worth, Tx so that you are asleep for your dental surgery. This makes patients much more happy and comfortable.
What to Expect During Your Denture Treatment
Treatment timelines are case-dependent for traditional and implant-support dentures. Factors like your current oral situation and the specific denture treatment you need will affect the timeline.
For implant-supported dentures, you will need to undergo an implant placement procedure and wait for three months before receiving your permanent denture. Why?, this is so that the process of osseointegration can occur. This is simply the fusing of the bone to the dental implant over 3 months.
For Traditional Removable Dentures:
We make our dentures in the traditional way, which involves wax rims and try-ins for the best possible fit. Also, this allows you the option to try the teeth in so we can make sure you like them!
At your first visit, you will get to meet our friendly staff, have all needed X-rays completed, and get to meet one of our doctors. We have 3 to serve you and you can find more about them here. Your doctor discuss your options and treatment recommendations. At this visit, many patients come in asking lots of questions and wondering about different treatments from Immediate dentures, to snap on dental implants, to permanent dental implants – AKA All on Four. We will go over each of these treatments and educate you on the differences and benefits.
If you have teeth that cannot be restored, the next step is performing any necessary extractions.
We will then take impressions of your gums and remaining teeth to design your custom denture.
We can craft your denture in our in-house dental lab. We use only the best materials to create beautiful, natural-looking results.
A Brand New Smile
Once your denture is complete, we can make any final adjustments and teach you how to use and care for your new restoration.
See the stunning results our denture patients experience…
Functional, Natural-Looking Results.
What Is the Cost of Dentures?
Budgeting for a Restored Bite
At Texas Implant and Dental Center, we pride ourselves on providing personalized care and fully customized dentures that can restore your bite and your confidence in your smile.
Each patient’s dentures and restorative treatment plan is unique, meaning cost varies on a case-by-case basis. Some patients might need a simple replacement, some may need teeth removed, and some may need dental implants.
Our Complete Dentures start at around $895 per arch and are comparable in quality to dentures that cost several thousand dollars at other practices.
Our Immediate Dentures start at $895 an arch, and they do not include extractions or other items needed. Dr. Clark Damon, Dr. Jordan Dupree, and Dr. Katherine Hall can help you understand your options and the cost of dentures when you visit one of our dental implant offices in Fort Worth or Dallas.
Luckily, we do have an in house lab, where we can fabricate your prosthesis reasonably quickly, but we make them the traditional way, which requires four steps:
- Wax Rims,
- Wax Try in,
- and Delivery.
Having an in-house lab assures you get the best product, and you get to approve the wax set up. You are in control of the process. We offer outstanding dentures and will work with you to place the cost of your dentures comfortably within your budget.
Other options available:
- Since many patients inquiring about dentures are looking at getting into the prosthesis for the first time, they most likely will need some tooth extractions to get Dentures. This is called an Immediate Denture.
With all of our immediate dentures, we include three sets of soft liners. The patient wears these aligners for about 4 months after surgery while the bone and gums heal. This way, you have a good fit during the healing process. Many other offices out there do not do this, and soft liners are an essential step in having a denture that fits adequately during the healing process.
- We also offer sedation since patients might be needing surgery. The sedation is to ensure you are comfortable and able to sleep during the procedure. Many patients have anxiety about having their teeth removed for dentures, and IV Sedation is the best way to make it a great experience.
- We do offer upgraded teeth and upgraded denture acrylic. Upgraded teeth have more life-like characteristics, they have less wear over time, so you have a good chewing surface for longer. Upgraded denture acrylic is stronger as well. However, our regular non-upgraded dentures are high quality and look and perform very well too.
- We also offer cast metal partials, valplast partials, Snap-on Implant Dentures, and all on four permanent dentures.
Paying for Dentures
Outside of dental insurance and paying cash, check, or credit card, we offer financing options – Care Credit, Lending Club, and Wells Fargo Health Advantage. You can apply in our office, and we can help walk you through the application process.
Receive your dentures at the time of tooth extraction
Immediate dentures occur when a patient’s first set of dentures is placed immediately after the teeth are extracted. They help patients obtain a great smile, get rid of failing teeth, and allow for quick aesthetic and functional results.
Start Your Smile Journey With Dentures in Fort Worth
Take a step forward in gaining back your smile, your confidence, your health, and your life. If you have any more questions or would like to schedule a consultation, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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