Have You Lost Your Teeth Over Time?

Even if you take excellent care of your teeth, it is possible to lose them as you grow older. Factors outside of proper dental care, including disease and genetic variables, may cause your teeth to break more easily, or even fall out, as you age. While losing one or two teeth may not be enough to make you rush off to the dentist, if you have lost a significant number, or you have lost your front teeth, you may be ready to see what your options are. Contact our dental clinic today to learn how we can help improve your smile with dentures.

Have You Lost Your Teeth in an Accident?

Losing your teeth in an accident can be physically painful and emotionally traumatic. Not only do you have to deal with the physical pain in the aftermath of an incident, then you have to process and deal with the changes to your appearance. If you have lost some or all of your teeth following an accident, please call our dentist’s office right away. We can provide you with a consultation to discuss how to build the best set of dentures for you. We understand how important it is to help you look better after an accident, so do not hesitate to contact us.

Our dentist, Dr. George, has years of experience in cosmetic dentistry that will allow you to be happy with the way your smile looks again.

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As we get older, the aging process takes its toll on our teeth. Multiple dental problems throughout a lifetime can contribute to the loss of teeth later in life. Gum disease, for instance, is the primary cause of adult tooth loss. Dentures, partials, and bridges are attractive solutions for restoring a beautiful smile.

Missing teeth can cause many problems. Eating and speaking may become difficult. Remaining teeth shift out of place to compensate for missing teeth, and this alters occlusion, or how upper and lower teeth fit together. Poor occlusion can result in TMJ disorder and bruxism (teeth grinding). Studies show that edentulous people (those with no teeth) don’t live as long as people with a full set of teeth. Furthermore, every missing tooth that’s not replaced increases your risk for losing more teeth in the next few years. The other obvious concern is self-esteem. Missing teeth are often considered unattractive. Whether you need a denture fitting, denture repairs, or simply a denture consultation, call Dr. George and the team at Mesquite Dental & Implant Center.

Full Dentures

Dentures replace all missing teeth on the upper and/or lower arch. They may be fixed (non-removable, permanently secured to dental implants) or removable. Dentures have a notorious reputation for fitting poorly and slipping out of place. With implant retained dentures, these problems don’t occur.

Partial Dentures

A partial denture fills in the spaces left by missing teeth. This type of appliance keeps your remaining natural teeth from shifting out of position. Partials generally have clasps that attach to healthy teeth. However, dental implants can be placed to secure partial dentures.

Crown and Bridgework

A dental bridge replaces one or more teeth in a row. A traditional dental bridge consists of two crowns with solid replacement teeth in between. The crowns attach to natural, healthy teeth (abutment teeth) adjacent to the space left by missing teeth. Bridges may also be secured to dental implants.

Need Same-Day Denture Repairs?

Dr. George offers same-day denture repairs. Ask about this service at your next visit.

If you want quality family dentistry and dentist that can provide high-quality denture care, look no further than Mesquite Dental & Implant Center. Dr. Varghese George delivers compassionate, professional dental care. Make your appointment now for a healthy, winning smile. Our office serves families from Mesquite, Garland, Balch Springs, Rowlett, Forney, and the East Dallas area.