Dentures & Partial Dentures

Expert Full & Partial Dentures in Houston

portrait of happy mature coupleWhether you are missing an entire set or just a few of your teeth, AmeriCare Dental can provide reliable tooth replacement options. We are skilled and experienced at restoring your smile's function and appeal using dentures. Our competent and dedicated Houston denture team, led by Dr. Hady Attar, is always ready to help you achieve your smile goals.

When you come to us, we take you through all the available options and recommend the best possible treatment that suits your unique needs. Our team is always ready to address all your concerns and ensure you have a pleasant experience with us. Contact us today for reliable partial and full dentures in Houston!

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What are Dentures?

full arch dentures and partial denturesDentures are custom tooth replacement solutions that resemble your teeth and gums. We use full dentures to replace an entire set of teeth in an arch, while partial dentures are ideal for when you have a few teeth remaining. They function just like real teeth and allow you to chew food and speak properly.

Dentures enhance the appeal of your smile by filling gaps that result from missing teeth and they prevent shifting. Besides restoring function, dentures help support your facial muscles and maintain a youthful appearance.

Different Types of Dentures

Dentures come in various types, and the ideal denture for you is the one that fits your specific oral health needs. Below are the different types of dentures we offer in Houston:

Complete Dentures: Complete dentures can restore function and give you back a confident smile. We use complete dentures when you are missing a full set of teeth on your upper or lower jaw.


Partial Dentures: Partial dentures consist of a pink base that resembles the gum, with a clasp that fits around neighboring teeth to support the prosthetic. We use partial dentures to replace missing teeth when you have some natural teeth remaining.


Fixed Dentures: Fixed dentures refer to permanent dentures that are usually attached to dental implants. You don't have to remove fixed dentures for cleaning, and you take care of them just like natural teeth.


Overdentures: By securing your custom prosthetic with dental implants, overdentures can be snapped in place for added stability and comfort.

With our Houston denture solutions, you don't have to worry about choosing the right tooth replacement. Our team will take you through all the available options and discuss the pros and cons of each. We provide all the details you need to make an informed, confident choice.

The Process for Getting Removable Dentures

happy mature woman in dental chairWhen you visit us for dentures, you will first undergo a complete evaluation. Dr. Attar will inspect for issues like tooth decay and gum diseases. We will treat these problems first before placing the dentures. After your assessment, our team will take accurate impressions and send them to the lab for fabrication.

Once ready, we expertly fit the dentures. If the dentures don't fit perfectly, we make any adjustments to ensure your comfort. The process is similar for implant-supported dentures, except the implants are surgically placed, and there is a healing period before attaching the denture.

Gentle Extractions and Gum Disease Treatment

Upon your visit to AmeriCare Dental, we first examine your gum and bone health to establish whether you need pre-treatment before your denture placement. In some cases, you may need one or several extractions of severely damaged teeth to prevent complications.

Even if you are missing some or all of your teeth, you are still vulnerable to gum disease. The best way to fight gum disease when you wear dentures is to maintain excellent oral hygiene. Make sure you brush your gums and dentures regularly to keep them as clean as possible. Visit our dentist for your scheduled appointments so we can check for any early signs of gum disease and recommend treatments if needed.

Care Instructions for Your Removable Dentures

To maintain your oral health, your dentures need diligent care. Below are instructions on how to properly take care of your removable dentures.

  • Always remove dentures and rinse with clean water after eating
  • Brush your gums before wearing dentures
  • Brush your dentures daily with a soft brush, including the underside
  • Never use toothpaste to brush dentures; instead, use mild denture cleaner
  • Soak dentures overnight in clean water or a special denture cleaning solution
  • Never place your dentures in hot water as it may cause them to change shape

Our dentist will provide professional advice and tips for maintaining the longevity of your dentures.

Relining, Repairing, and Replacing Traditional Dentures in Houston

Over time, dentures can become loose and ill-fitting or break. Your gums and mouth may also change shape due to factors like age, bone loss, illness, and even weight loss. We are experts at relining, repairing, and replacing traditional dentures to ensure you enjoy the full benefits of functional dentures. We also replace old dentures whenever necessary.

Care Instructions for Your Fixed Dentures

Fixed dentures are permanent, highly stable, and function just like real teeth. They are also easy to maintain as they don't require any special instructions. You can simply take care of your fixed dentures by maintaining proper oral hygiene through brushing, flossing, and regular professional cleanings.

Quality Dentures in Houston

At AmeriCare Dental, we are always available and ready to help you achieve a healthy and beautiful smile. Our Houston denture services are highly affordable, and we also accept insurance, including Medicaid, so you don't have to strain financially to achieve optimal oral health. Contact us today for quality dentures in Houston!

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