Full & Partial Dentures


in Alvin, TX!


Have missing teeth made it difficult to do things you used to do with ease, like eat your favorite foods and smile confidently for pictures? At Magnolia Family Dental, we love helping patients feel great about the health and appearance of their smiles by using high-quality restorative treatments like custom full and partial dentures. Want to learn more? Please reach out to our team, and we will be happy to provide you with additional information and get your consultation scheduled!

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What are the benefits of dentures?

Dentures offer many benefits to patients who choose to utilize them to complete their smiles. Some of the benefits of custom dentures include:

  • Improve ability to eat and speak
  • Restore and maintain the natural shape of the face
  • Enhance the overall cosmetic appearance of teeth
  • Protect any remaining teeth from extensive wear
  • Easy to remove and clean

How are dentures maintained?

Taking care of dentures is not the same as taking care of natural teeth. First, they must be removed at night and cleaned well before they are placed in a denture solution. We recommend using a soft-bristle toothbrush to avoid scratching ythem and gently brushing them with a denture cleaner to remove any plaque or food debris. Soaking them in a solution overnight helps to keep them moist, which helps maintain their custom shape and reduce bacteria even further. Taking good care of your dentures will help them to look and feel great for many years!

Do I need full or partial dentures?

Partial dentures can be used to replace one or more teeth on the same arch, and they can be customized to complete your unique smile. They have small metal clasps that clip onto nearby teeth to hold them in place. Full dentures are used to replace an entire arch of teeth at once, and patients can use them to replace all of their top teeth, bottom teeth, or both. Not sure which option is right for your smile? Our team would be happy to assess the health of your teeth, gums, and jawbone to help you determine if full dentures, partial dentures, or another dental restoration would work well for you.