Do you have broken, missing, or loose teeth? Have you been told your teeth are “hopeless”?
At Austin Dental Care, we pride ourselves on providing comprehensive and compassionate restorative dental services to patients who have experienced tooth damage or tooth loss. You shouldn’t have to go through life without a full set of functional and comfortable teeth. When you have missing or damaged teeth, you are more at risk for gum disease and facial sagging, among other issues.
Dr. Glen Wainwright provides custom-made dentures and partials to help our patients with missing teeth or in need of full smile restoration. Dr. Wainwright is a Dawson trained dentist who specializes in providing personalized treatment plans tailored to your unique needs and risk factors when treating complex problems. He can help you achieve the smile restoration of your dreams by using our in-office digital and 3-D technology to show you what your final product will look like, as well as provide you with 3-D printed models of the dentures and temporaries. As your trusted restorative dentist in Cedar Park, TX, we look forward to helping you achieve the smile of your dreams.
Dentures in Cedar Park, TX
When you schedule an appointment for a denture consultation, Dr. Wainwright will be happy to answer any of your questions or concerns about your denture options. We provide a wide variety of denture services to ensure we are able to meet your needs. Here are some commonly asked questions regarding our custom-made dentures and partials:
Do you provide traditional dentures and partials?
Yes. Our custom-made traditional dentures and partials consist of customized replacement teeth that are attached to a plastic base with a metal framework. Dentures and partials come with several benefits for patients including restored functionality for speech and chewing, improved aesthetics, and long term durability.
My dentures slip around in my mouth. What can be done about this?
In addition to traditional dentures and partials, Austin Dental Care provides implant-secured dentures and all-on-four dentures. These options require a minor surgical procedure to place dental implants beneath your soft tissues. For all-on-four dentures, you will need four dental implants on the top and bottom of your gums. These implants attach to a firm denture that remains in your mouth and provides long-lasting stability. Implant-secured dentures work similarly except that the dental implants help anchor removable dentures while in use.
How do I know what denture is right for me?
Traditional dentures, all-on-four dentures, and implant-secured dentures all provide patients with a wide variety of options for tooth replacement. Dr. Wainwright can help you navigate these options and determine which is best for your lifestyle and budgetary goals. You can rest assured that you will leave your denture consultation fully informed on your treatment options. We look forward to seeing you soon.