Full Dentures


Are you missing teeth and looking for ways to restore your smile? If so, you may want to consider our comfortable and durable restorative solutions. We are proud to offer state-of-the-art dentures for patients with missing or damaged teeth. Are you ready to give yourself a brand new smile today?

What Are Full Dentures?

If you are missing one or several teeth, you will need partial dentures. Full dentures, however, are oral prosthetic devices that work to replace a full arch of missing teeth. Your replacement teeth are carefully crafted to look and feel incredibly natural. You'll love your new, complete smile!

What Are the Benefits?

You won’t believe how natural today's modern dentures look! Your new dentures can restore or even enhance your appearance, and nobody will even notice they are there. You will be able to speak clearly, chew your favorite foods with ease, and smile with confidence once again!

When you lose teeth, your facial muscles may begin sagging, giving you a sunken and tired look. Your full dentures will provide support to your facial structures, instantly making your features appear fuller and more youthful! The cost of dentures is affordable as compared to other restorative solutions. With proper care, today’s dentures can last up to 10 years. You will love your beautiful, radiant smile!

Types of Dentures

Full dentures can be conventional or immediate. Conventional dentures are placed after complete healing of the gum tissue, while immediate dentures are positioned right after tooth loss. The healing process will involve changes in your gum and bones, meaning that immediate dentures will require more adjustments than conventional ones down the road for proper fit and comfort.

Will You Need a Denture Adhesive?

While you will not need dental adhesives for well-fitted dentures, you may want to use them for an increased sense of security. Never use dental adhesives to compensate for poor-fitting dentures or as an alternative to regular dental checkups.

Denture Care

Make sure to handle your dentures with care. Clean them daily using denture cleaner and a soft toothbrush. Make sure to rinse your mouth without your dentures in place to clean off any plaque and reduce the risk of infection. With proper care, your dentures can last for years to come!

Denture Repair

With time, your mouth may change its shape, meaning that your dentures will need repair or adjustment. If you notice any damage to your dentures, contact us immediately so that we can make the necessary repairs to keep your dentures functional.

Are You Ready to Smile in Style?

Contact us at River Ranch Family Dentistry to learn more about our dentures and how they can restore your smile. Our highly experienced team strives to provide quality, outstanding care. We look forward to helping you smile with confidence once again. 

CALL TODAY! (512) 548-6807

We look forward to serving you and your family! Schedule your appointment today!

We look forward to serving you and your family! Schedule your appointment today!