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Dentures in Bee Cave, TX

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Dentures are a very popular and successful method for replacing missing teeth and restoring your smile. Dentures have many wonderful attributes that will give you back the functionality and appearance you're used to having. If you have lost your teeth due to injury, gum disease, or tooth decay, dentures are great option for replacing them. Dentures will not only give you your smile back, they also assist in speaking and eating. You may not realize until they're gone that teeth really help your speech! Dentures can be removed at your discretion for when you sleep and to clean them, all in all giving you a convenient solution for tooth loss.

Without teeth maintaining structural support, your facial muscles can start to sag in certain places, making you look older. Dentures will improve the appearance of your profile and fill out your face, making sure you look full and vibrant. They will look just like your natural teeth did, and possibly even better! If you are missing your teeth, don't hesitate to schedule a consultation with Dr. Rigby to discuss your goals and what that entails.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Dental Implants

You may have heard embarrassing stories about dentures falling out while eating or speaking. These situations don't typically occur when dentures fit properly, but if you are concerned about this or don't want to deal with removing them, another solution is implant-supported dentures. Implant-supported dentures are permanently attached to your gums by strategically placing 4 or 5 dental implants and installing the dentures to them. This alleviates any uncomfortable slipping or sucking that can occur with conventional dentures.

  • Don't have to remove for cleaning.
  • No worries about slipping or falling out.
  • Natural looking, nobody needs to know!
  • Permanent solution for your smile.

Are Dentures Right For Me?

Cosmetic Dentist

Everyone has a different mouth with differing reasons for tooth loss, so it is impossible to know whether conventional or implant-supported dentures are right for you without a consultation. For some, their gums are too weak to support implants, making conventional dentures the only solution. Regardless of your health or history, Dr. Rigby will be able to assist you with your needs, and start you on the path to restoring the smile that you deserve.

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