Dentures

Like snowflakes, no two smiles are exactly alike. As an experienced Denton, TX dentist, Dr. Withers wants to ensure that your smile is uniquely yours, even when you have false teeth. If you are considering dentures for the first time, or if you are unsatisfied with your existing denture, it’s important that you understand your options. No single denture option or style is right for every patient, and that’s why Dr. Withers and his team are determined to work hard to find the solution that is most ideal for you.
Custom Denture
There are several components that must work together to achieve a beautiful, customized smile. The shape and size of the teeth, the shade of the teeth and gums, and an expertly crafted foundation are just a few of the details that must be considered. The base of your denture will be molded and adjusted according to the anatomy of your upper and lower jaws in order to create a denture that stays in place as you speak and chew. The individually selected teeth and gums will ensure that the final result looks and feels as natural and comfortable as possible.
Immediate Denture
If you have never worn dentures, and are planning to have your natural teeth extracted, this denture can be worn immediately after your teeth are removed. This temporary solution means that you won’t have to live even a single day without teeth.
Overdenture / Implant Retained Denture
Without enough underlying bone support it can be difficult to design a comfortable and secure denture. With the addition of dental implants, your denture can be anchored to a more stable foundation.
Partial Denture

Compared to a complete denture, which replaces all of the upper or lower teeth, a partial denture is effective when some of the teeth are missing. Similar to a complete denture, this appliance can be customized to meet your individual needs.

You deserve the pleasure of a smile that is functional, comfortable, and attractive. With careful attention to detail and open lines of communication between yourself and your dentist, all of your teeth can be replaced in a manner that meets or exceeds your expectations.

Learn more about your options by calling to schedule your consultation today.