Replacing missing teeth has never been more comfortable or convenient than with our dentures and bridges. Your trusted team at Red Oak Smile Center is proud to utilize the best that technology has to offer to provide affordable, natural-looking restorations. We look forward to helping you enjoy a healthy, confident smile once again!
What Are Dentures?
Dentures are removable appliances designed to replace missing teeth and restore your smile. If you are missing all your teeth, you will need complete dentures, while partial dentures are required if some of your natural teeth remain. Partials are made of one or more prosthetic teeth held in place using clasps that fit on the adjacent teeth.
There are two main types of complete dentures: immediate and conventional. Immediate dentures are made before removing remaining teeth and are inserted immediately after extraction. During the healing process, your gums and bone may change in shape, meaning these dentures will need adjustments and relining down the road. Conventional dentures, on the other hand, are prepared after your teeth have been extracted, and your bone and gums have healed, providing the best fit and comfort.
Caring for your Restorations
Your dentures and bridges need to be cleaned every day just like your natural teeth to prevent plaque and tartar building up, which can result in staining, bad breath, and gum problems. We will provide you with care instruction to ensure your restorations stay in tip-top shape. If you feel your dentures are damaged or need adjustments, contact us for an appointment. Never try to make any repairs yourself to avoid further damage.
Dentures and Bridges in Red Oak, TX
Contact Red Oak Smile Center to learn more about our quality dentures and bridges. We look forward to restoring your smile and helping improve your quality of life. Call us and schedule your appointment today.
Request Your Appointment
We are committed to delivering exceptional, gentle care in a comfortable, no-pressure environment. Visit us and experience the difference!