If you have had years of dental problems or are embarrassed by your teeth, our compassionate team at The Addison Dentist can help you find the restoration procedure right for you. You could be a candidate for complete or partial dentures or dental implants.
A removable replacement for missing teeth, dentures can be made in advance and positioned as soon as the natural teeth are removed. Our dental lab technicians create dentures that look just like natural teeth. You can benefit from dentures without having your healthy teeth extracted.
Partial dentures fill in the gaps, replacing missing teeth to complete a smile. Partial dentures can prevent natural teeth from moving. Sometimes these procedures can be completed in one day.
Many dental insurance providers cover most or all of the cost of dentures. Call us and we can help you find out if your Texas dental insurance covers dentures.
Another alternative for people with missing teeth is to receive dental implants. A dental implant is a permanent tooth restoration that is anchored into the jawbone, replacing both the root and crown of the tooth. Dental implants have many advantages, such as preventing jaw bone recession which can occur when natural teeth are removed. However, not all Addison dentistry patients are good candidates for implants. Call The Addison Dentist at 469-998-2515 for a dental implant consultation.
Dental implants can also be used to anchor a removable denture. The denture is ‘snapped on’ or attached to the implants for no-slip confidence.
Replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance and your health, improving your ability to eat and speak. If you are embarrassed to smile or laugh, it’s time to bring back your beautiful smile!
To learn more or to ask about dental financing options, contact our office today!
At The Addison Dentist, we provide advanced general and cosmetic dentistry. Ask us about sedation dentistry, Invisalign, teeth whitening, and porcelain veneers.
Contact The Addison Dentist: 469-998-2515
Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):