Dentures in Plano & Garland, TX | Shifa Dental

Dentures in Plano & Garland, TX

Smile Brighter With Your New Dentures!

Complete and Partial Dentures

Dentures are artificial replacement teeth that can be used to complete or partial dentures. Dentures are typically made of porcelain or plastic and are held in place by suction or a clasp. Dentures can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or an entire arch of teeth. Dentures can also be used to support facial tissues and prevent the bones from shrinking.

At Shifa Dental our professional and experienced dentists excel when it comes to dentures. Generally, our dentists will recommend dentures to patients who have lost all or most of their teeth. Complete dentures are those which replace all of the missing teeth of a patient; whereas, partial dentures are used when patients are missing a good amount of teeth but not all of them.

One may lose teeth as a result of aging, accident, injury, decay, or periodontal disease. Whatever may the case be, one should never keep the space open created due to the loss of the teeth. Failing to do so may invite various gum related diseases, infection, attack of bacteria, etc. This list goes on to include several fatal problems. Therefore, it is important to get the teeth replaced with the appropriate option recommended by our dental care experts.

Depending on the condition of the patient’s mouth, your dentist may recommend a dental implant, bridge, dentures, or another traditional method of restorative dentistry. If the option of dentures is available to you, our dentist will explain to you why it is the best option in your case. They will explain all the benefits as well as the precautions associated with the usage of dentures.

Restore Your Smile With Dentures

Our patients regularly report an improved lifestyle after getting dentures. After applying the dentures, our dentists will schedule a few mandatory follow-up appointments.

During these visits, our dentists will monitor the status of your gums, dentures, and your overall oral health. If they feel there is any issue with your gums, or suspect any sign of periodontal disease, they will explain the precautionary measures you should take. When patients follow our dentist’s suggestions, they can easily eliminate the risk of being prone to any oral diseases.

Additionally, your dentist will provide a dental kit with necessary aids to help with your dentures. Your dentist will explain the exact steps to follow to clean your new dentures and discuss the do’s and don’ts to follow.

Contact us today to get dentures Plano, Garland TX

Meet with one of our qualified dentists at Shifa Dental to create a comprehensive and individualized plan that provides you with dentures that are absolutely perfect for you. We will provide you with an informed and experienced opinion about all of your options for missing teeth..

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1How long do dentures last?
Dentures should last 5 to 10 years with proper care and upkeep. Aside from the dentures' wear and tear, your mouth changes over time, and you may decide it's time to acquire a new set.
2What food should be avoided with dentures?
You should be able to eat nearly anything once you've gotten used to your dentures. Some meals are rough on your dentures and might cause friction and irritation. Foods that are hard or sticky, such as caramel, carrot sticks, or a rough cut of meat, or foods that include small particles, such as popcorn or seeded crackers, can be difficult to consume and should be reserved for special occasions.
3Should I Use Dentures while sleeping?
Yes, you can sleep with your dentures on, although it is not encouraged. You should get into the practise of soaking them at night to clean your mouth, gums, and remaining natural teeth, as well as to allow your gums and jaw to rest.