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 New Cosmetic Denture

If you have lost your natural teeth due to tooth decay, gum disease or injury, you may require dentures. Dentures  are generally made from lifelike resin teeth bonded to a plastic base. A denture can be custom-made to match your natural teeth. An Immediate denture is a complete denture or partial denture. The immediate denture is made before you get the teeth extracted.  The dentist extracts the teeth and immediately inserts the new denture into your mouth so that you have teeth that are cosmetic to your face.  You have your confidence and smile back, and you do not have to walk around without your teeth for a number of months while your mouth heals. The Texas City Dental in Texas City is conveniently located near La Marque, Galveston, and the Hitchcock area is conveniently located near the HEB and ROSS market complex.  is the  family clinic dental. 

Full Denture

If for any reason you lose all or most of your teeth, full dentures may be a viable tooth replacement option for you. Full dentures are prosthetic teeth designed to fit in the socket within your mouth to help with routine lifestyle activities including chewing/ eating and talking. Normally the loss of teeth tends to impair a person’s speech and wearing full dentures can help correct that problem.Each full denture is made up of two main parts: a gum part that rests of the existing natural gum and prosthetic teeth that replace the missing teeth. For replacing a complete arch of missing teeth, full dentures can be your most practical choice.

Partial Denture

Factors such as disease and physical accidents may cause you to lose some of your teeth. When that happens, one major teeth replacement option you may want to consider is partial dentures.As the name suggests, partial dentures are made to replace some missing teeth in either or both the upper and lower jaw. People have used partial dentures for years to fill gaping spaces left by missing groups of teeth or a few scattered teeth in either jaw.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are ideal for patients who are missing a few teeth. They’re available as either removable partial dentures or fixed partial dentures. Removable partial dentures contain metallic clasps that grip adjacent teeth. These dentures consist of artificial teeth made out of porcelain or glass-filled resins. Replacement teeth are secured to gum-coloured resins so they look natural when worn. Partial dentures vary in design. The design depends on the number of teeth missing and the location of the missing teeth.


The appointment process is definitely different between the two types of dentures. Traditional dentures require multiple appointments for molds, extractions, fittings and adjustments. With digital dentures it takes 2, maybe 3 appointments if there are any adjustments needed. This makes a huge difference to both the patient and the dentist. The dentist is able to have more chair time available for other patients, and the patient doesn’t have to be spending as much time at the dentist. The patient is also able to have less time with either few teeth,

The secret behind Digital Denture is that breakthrough software controls the manufacturing process. The machine makes the dentures out of a pre-shrunk, homogenous puck. So you don’t have any shrinkage of stone models and traditional injection molding. The way your impression comes out of the mouth of the patient will be the way the denture is made. In fact, digital dentures don’t need a post palatal seal to compensate for poor fitting surfaces; it fits right the first time.

In the case of the traditional dentures, if a part of the denture gets broken or heaven forbid gets lost, you will have to repeat the process of impressions to have a new set of dentures made. This is not so for digital. With digital dentures they are able to fabricate new dentures almost immediately because the digital file can’t be accidently broken. It will forever be on file and waiting to be used again if needed.


Call us at (409) 419-2222 or visit www.txcitydental.com to schedule your appointment.

Find us at:

3448 Palmer Hwy
Texas City TX
77590

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