​Dentures in El Paso, TX

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Dentures are a removable plate, which serve as a platform where we can attach artificial teeth. For anyone who has missing teeth, dentures can serve as an excellent alternative to permanent teeth. Dentures serve both aesthetic and utility purposes, they look great and allow you to enjoy all of your favorite foods. They function just like real teeth.

Full & Partial Dentures

Full Dentures
If you are missing most or all of your teeth, full dentures can replace both top and bottom teeth. You might have lost teeth as a result from periodontal disease, tooth decay, or a dental emergency. Whatever the cause, a set of dentures may enhance your life so you can smile without feeling self-conscious, and eat and talk without difficulty. Implant retained dentures provide stability to the denture. 

Partial Dentures
If you lost several teeth but do not require full dentures, you may be a good candidate for a partial denture. Partial dentures consist of replacement teeth attached to a pink or gum-colored plastic base connected by metal framework. Removable partial dentures adhere to your natural teeth with invisible precision attachments. Dental crowns on your natural teeth may improve the fit of a removable partial denture and they are usually required with attachments. If you believe you are a candidate for partial dentures, you might also want to ask about dental bridges and dental implants.

Contact Our Dental Office

At Pershing Family Dental we pride ourselves on keeping our patients well informed and comfortable in our El Paso, TX dental office. We provide the latest in state of the art dental care. Give us a call today at 915.566.3927​, or schedule a visit with the form on this page. We look forward to seeing you!

Do Modern Dentures Really Look & Feel Natural?

At Pershing Family Dental, we’ve heard all of the worries and misconceptions about dentures not looking or feeling like your natural teeth. The reality is that dental technology has progressed to the point where they can look natural and can be adjusted perfectly to fit your bite. Providing a natural look and feel that can also last your lifetime with proper denture care.

Pershing Family Dental in central El Paso, TX relies on enhanced composite materials to provide an aesthetically beautiful smile. So now more than ever is the best time to get state-of-the-art dentures to provide an aesthetically beautiful smile!

Our dentist and staff are dedicated to creating beautiful smiles for our El Paso, TX patients. Our dentures not only feel natural they also come in a variety of shades to look natural and create the perfect look to match your smile.

Schedule an Appointment Today!

Schedule a denture consultation today by calling our dental office at 915.566.3927, or message us by visiting our Contact Us page. We will answer any questions you might have regarding treatment, insurance, or finance. Our staff is patient and professional and waiting for your call!

Tips for Living with Dentures

Eating with a tooth or multiple teeth extracted can be very difficult. That is why or dentist will recommend partial or full dentures to patients with multiple teeth missing. Dentures are essentially false teeth that will restore your ability to chew food in comfort and that beautiful smile.

Brush Your Dentures Twice a Day

Just like teeth, dentures need to be brushed twice daily to prevent plaque build-up and odor-causing bacteria. A healthy oral hygiene routine will ensure that they will last longer. Brushing daily is also an important measure to prevent gum disease.

Rinse After Eating

Make sure to rinse your dentures thoroughly after brushing so no food particles are left behind. Holding your dentures under running water will help to rinse them out. Failing to do so can lead to periodontal disease in the soft tissue below the appliance.

Don’t Let Your Dentures Dry Out

When you’re not using your dentures they should be soaking in water or denture cleaning solution. Similar to teeth, your dentures should be kept moist to prevent fracturing. You can avoid breaking your dentures which are sometimes a major investment in maintaining oral health by doing this on a nightly basis when your dentures aren’t being used.

Schedule a Denture Consultation Today!

Schedule a denture consultation today by calling 915.566.3927 or visiting our Contact Us page! Our friendly staff will be happy to answer any questions you have and schedule your next dental appointment.