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Dentures – Tyler, TX

Customized Full & Partial Dentures

When teeth are lost or extracted, it can take a toll on your self-confidence as well as your overall oral health. Missing teeth can create a variety of unexpected problems, which often range from difficulty speaking and eating to the deterioration of the jawbone. Dr. Dennis E. Stansbury cares for the wellbeing of those in and around the Tyler, Texas area, and he uses customized dentures or partials to replenish his patients’ bites.

Over time, there have been plenty of advances in dental technology, which means that your denture can be specially made to fit your specific mouth. Sliding and slurring while speaking are things of the past! Say goodbye to the embarrassment created from ill-fitting dental prosthetics and see Dr. Stansbury for custom-made dentures or partials in his Tyler practice.

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Why Choose Stansbury Dental for Full and Partial Dentures?

What is a Partial Denture?

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A partial denture consists of multiple teeth on a gum-colored base. The teeth are not in a row, but rather spread across the base to fit like a puzzle with your existing teeth. This type of prosthetic is normally secured with clips or brackets, but unlike a bridge, it is removable.

What are Full Dentures?

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A full denture is a complete top or bottom row of teeth mounted onto a gum-colored base. This kind of restoration can be closed or open palate, and they stay in place through natural suction (and sometimes a little denture adhesive).

Implant-Retained Dentures & Partials

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If you prefer a secure full or partial denture and do not want to deal with clips or adhesives, then consider implant-supported dentures. During a brief surgery, an implant dentist can secure a few dental implant posts to hold your denture firmly in place. With an implant-supported denture, you won't have to worry about slipping, and your prosthetic will feel safe and sound.

Contact us today to schedule a denture consultation. Dr. Stansbury sees patients from Tyler, Flint, Lindale, Kilgore, and nearby east Texas communities. If this is going to be your first time at our office, please take a brief moment to review the helpful information on our new patient page, which we have provided for those unfamiliar with our practice. If you would like to learn about the other ways Dr. Stansbury can help your smile, take a look at our full list of services.

Denture Frequently Asked Questions

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Would you like to learn more about dentures? Below, we have compiled answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about this treatment. If you do not see the information you’re looking for, give us a call so we can personally satisfy your curiosity. We are always eager to help our valued patients and potential patients!




How Do I Take Care of My Dentures?

Here are a few tips to help you care for your dentures:

What if My Dentures No Longer Fit? Can They Be Restored?

If you have a traditional denture, changes in your jaw structure will eventually affect how your prosthetic fits. When that happens, it might be possible to reline the dentures so they continue to serve you well. However, they can only be relined so many times. In most cases, dentures last for about 5 – 8 years before changes in the fit make replacement necessary.

If you would like your denture to truly stand the test of time, ask Dr. Stansbury whether you are a candidate for implant-retained dentures. Dental implants help the jaw to maintain its shape, which means that they can prevent fit issues with your dentures.

What Foods Should I Avoid with Dentures?

After you adjust to your dentures, you’ll be able to enjoy almost any food. However, it is best to avoid things that are extremely sticky, such as chewing gum and certain types of candy. When you are enjoying other foods, you should take precautions. For example, rather than biting directly into an apple, which might destabilize your dentures, you should use a knife to cut it into pieces. Seeds, nuts, meat, and crusty breads are other foods that require a bit of extra care when eating.

Should I Sleep with My Dentures?

You should remove your dentures at night. Doing so will give your gums and bone a chance to relax after having to support your prosthetic all day. If for any reason you ever do sleep in your dentures, be sure to take them out at least long enough to give them and your mouth a thorough cleaning. Wearing dentures 24/7 gives harmful, odor-causing bacteria a chance to accumulate on them. 

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