Are you ready to finally do something about your missing teeth? Tired of having to avoid your favorite foods or needing to think twice before speaking? If so, then Dr. Guillory and the New U Dentures and Implants team is excited to meet you. Our exam and consultation services are usually the first steps our patients take toward their renewed and revitalized smiles, and we can’t wait to show you what’s possible. To schedule dental exams and consultations in Cleveland, TX, contact us today.
Getting new teeth always begins with a consultation with Dr. Guillory. At this appointment, he’ll take the time to get to know you and fully understand your situation, and then he’ll listen to what you hope to accomplish by coming to see us. With this in mind, he’ll put together a treatment plan and discuss your options. You’ll have a chance to ask as many questions as you like, and you’ll leave this visit with a clear idea of what the next step is toward your new smile.
Dr. Guillory is more than capable of helping patients who are unsatisfied with their current dentures. Does your prosthetic move around all the time? Is it uncomfortable, or does it have visible damage? Whatever the case may be, he would be happy to take a look at your denture and discuss how he can update it. He can provide everything from same-day repairs to full upgrades by retro-fitting a denture so it attaches to dental implants.
People who wear dentures have an elevated risk of oral cancer, as an ill-fitting prosthetic can cause inflammation in the mouth that is often the precursor to this potentially deadly disease. That’s why our team performs an oral cancer screening every time a patient comes to see us. This way, if there is a suspicious growth, sore, or discolored patch of tissue, we can catch it early and help a patient get a diagnosis right away. This means treatment can be started immediately if needed, maximizing a patient’s chances of a fast and full recovery.
When fitting a patient for a denture, we don’t simply have them bite into a mold filled with dental putty to create an impression like most other dental offices. Instead, we utilize our CT/cone beam scanner to create a highly-detailed, 3D image of all the oral structures, including both arches of teeth and the jawbones. This allows us to take extremely precise measurements, so when we do finally place a prosthetic within someone’s mouth, it looks and fits like it has always been there.
If you’re going to invest in new teeth with us, we want to help you make them last for as long as possible! That’s why we offer custom-made athletic mouthguards for our active patients. We can design them to comfortably fit over any type of prosthetic we provide, and they will offer more reliable protection than anything you’ll find at the store. With one, you can trust that your teeth will be safe should you have an accident while on the field, mat, or court.