Dentures Reveal A Youthful & Durable Smile!
  • Get a strong bite by pairing dentures with implants
  • Stay calm with sedation & entertained with our TVs
  • Reveal a lifelike smile with full or partial dentures

Show Off a Full Smile With Dentures in Pleasanton

If you have missing teeth, life can be pretty limiting. However, if you worry replacement teeth will look and feel unnatural, you will be pleasantly surprised by our dentures in Pleasanton. These modern prosthetic teeth are nothing like what your grandparents used to wear. By choosing My Hometown Dentist, you can:

  • Restore your ability to eat and drink comfortably
  • Reveal a complete smile you feel confident about
  • Improve your appearance and look younger
  • Pair dentures with implants for a stronger bite

Make an appointment by calling 830-251-5579. We offer free consultations and second opinions for dentures, so you can explore your options without worrying about added costs.

Gain Back Your Oral Function With Our Dentures Options

There’s no reason to be embarrassed about missing teeth. You are one of many adults who struggle with tooth loss. In fact, statistics show that about 36 million Americans do not have any teeth. What we care about is giving you a complete smile again. You’ll find several dentures options at our practice, including ones that pair dentures with implants for an even stronger bite. You can choose:

  • Traditional Dentures – These are your standard removable dentures that replace an entire arch of teeth.
  • Partial Dentures – If you have some healthy teeth, we can complete your smile with removable partial dentures.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – Your dentures will still be removable, but they’ll snap into place on top of implants for more secure oral function. Unlike traditional dentures, you won’t need adhesive. You also won’t lose bone mass in your jaw.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – After we secure your dentures to implants, they remain fixed in place and function like natural teeth. You won’t need special cleaning supplies or routines. Just brush and floss like you always have.
  • Temporary Dentures – These temporaries ensure you are never without your teeth while we create your permanent teeth.

We know some patients feel anxious about visiting the dentist, which is why we invest in you with our modern dental technology. We’ll take digital X-rays that expose you to less radiation and use digital technology instead of messy trays of goop to create impressions of your teeth. You can also relax with our sedation options, such as laughing gas or oral sedation.

To experience the life-changing benefits of dentures in Pleasanton, TX, call 830-251-5579 for an appointment or schedule online. We are open at 7 a.m. three times a week and stay open until 7 p.m. twice a week.

Common Questions About Dentures

Who might need dentures?

If you are missing all or nearly all your teeth, dentures are a fantastic way to get back your smile and your bite. Depending on your individual situation, you may want either full or partial dentures. Full dentures replace a complete arch of teeth on one or both of your jaws, while partials are used when you have some healthy teeth remaining.

How long does it take to make dentures?

In general, most patients can expect their new dentures to be made in about one to two weeks. Some cases may take a little longer, and some a little shorter. You will then try them on to make sure they fit, and we’ll make any needed adjustments if they don’t. We can provide you with temporary dentures to wear while your final restorations are being made. That way, you don’t ever have to be without your teeth again.

How much do dentures cost?

Once we’ve examined your mouth, discussed your options, and worked up a treatment plan, we can let you know how much your dentures will cost. Simpler dentures made from less expensive materials will naturally cost less, but they may not last as long. Dentures made from premium materials require a bigger investment up front but tend to hold up better in the long run.

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