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Dentures – Cleveland, TX

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Are you missing multiple teeth and need a denture? Or, do you already have a denture, but it slips, slides, and never stays in place? Do you constantly struggle with your denture because it’s so uncomfortable? Whatever your situation, Dr. Guillory and the New U team are eager to help. We offer all types of dentures that can be customized so they look and fit perfectly, ensuring the next time you take a bite of food or greet a friend, the absolute last thing on your mind will be your teeth! We also have tiered pricing so your prosthetic will fit easily into your budget. If you’re ready to have a set of teeth you can rely on again, give us a call today to discuss your options for dentures in Cleveland, TX.

Why Choose New U Dentures and Implants for Dentures?

Who Is a Good Candidate for Dentures?

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Dentures present an excellent tooth replacement option for virtually anyone who has suffered significant tooth loss. When you attend a consultation with Dr. Guillory and the New U team, we will evaluate the specifics of your situation before we determine your candidacy for treatment and start to map out the details of the road in front of you. Even if you are not currently a candidate for dentures, you may become one after some restorative care.

Effects of Missing Teeth

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Whether you lost your teeth due to gum disease, physical trauma, or other causes, you may face a number of difficulties due to your incomplete smile. For example:

  • You may not be able to eat a nutritious, balanced diet that properly supports your overall health.
  • You may feel self-conscious because of the way your mouth and cheeks look. Your social life and emotional wellness could suffer as a result.
  • Your gums may easily become irritated when you try to eat certain foods.
  • Because clear speech depends on interactions between the tongue and teeth, it may be challenging for you to speak precisely and confidently.

What Qualifies You for Dentures?

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Dentures may be right for you if:

  • You have lost all or most of your teeth throughout one or both of your dental arches.
  • You still have many of your natural teeth, but they are badly decayed, worn down, or damaged in other ways.
  • Your gum tissue and jawbone are healthy enough to support a set of prosthetic teeth.
  • You are looking for a cost-effective way to rebuild your smile.

During your consultation, we will consider your situation in order to determine which type of denture best fits your circumstances.

Alternative Tooth Replacement Options

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Dentures are a wonderful tooth replacement option, but some patients are better suited to other restorative treatments, such as dental implants. Dental implants are prosthetic tooth roots that can replace any number of missing teeth, so they can help individuals who have suffered minor tooth loss as well as those that require full mouth reconstruction. They are extremely sturdy, and they stimulate the jawbone to keep it strong and whole.

We strongly recommend dental implants over traditional dentures for patients who qualify for them. You should have a strong jawbone, good oral health habits, and meet a few other important criteria. We can discuss your candidacy for them when you come to our office for a consultation.

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Types of Dentures We Offer

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Every denture Dr. Guillory provides is 100% custom-made using multiple scans of a patient’s bite. This guarantees not only a secure fit, but a comfortable one as well. For patients concerned about the cost, there is no need to worry—we have multiple pricing levels suited for all budgets, and whichever one you decide is best for you, you can still look forward to getting a top-quality denture that brings back your bite and confidence for years to come.

Set of economy dentures

Economy Dentures

This is our most affordable variety of dentures, and we often give them to patients right after having any teeth extracted so they can still have a full set of teeth while their mouth is healing.

Set of custom dentures

Custom Dentures

Our custom dentures are painstakingly designed to fit each patient’s mouth. This not only makes them more comfortable and stable compared to our economy dentures, but they also have a more realistic appearance. You’ll have a chance to try on multiple mock-ups of your denture before we cast the final one so you’ll be blown away by the final result.

Set of premium dentures

Premium Dentures

Our premium dentures are exactly that—flawlessly designed, perfect fitting, and incredibly durable. We even go the extra step of color-matching the teeth so that they seamlessly blend with the rest of a patient’s smile. With this prosthetic, you won’t feel like you’re wearing a denture, but rather that you’ve gotten your teeth back.

Partial Denture Options

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For our patients who still have remaining healthy teeth, we can provide a custom-shaped partial denture that completes their smile like the final piece of a puzzle. Just like with our full dentures, we offer multiple levels of prosthetics so that patients can choose one that fits easily into their budget. No matter which one suits your situation, you can trust that the end result will look natural and allow you to enjoy the benefits of a full set of teeth again.

Metal partial denture

Metal-Cast Partial Denture

Metal-cast partial dentures consist of prosthetic teeth and gum tissue that are supported by an underlying metal framework. This makes these dentures extremely strong, and they stay in place within the mouth using tiny clasps that go around neighboring teeth. This means when you chew, the pressure is placed on your teeth rather than your gums, which protects the sensitive soft tissues of the mouth.

Acrylic partial denture

Acrylic Partial Denture

Acrylic partial dentures are made of high-quality dental plastic. They have a more lifelike appearance compared to metal dentures, and they can be made in the shortest amount of time compared to other prosthetics. They are ideal for patients who may lose additional teeth in the future because they can be easily modified and expanded as needed.

Valplast flexible partial denture

Valplast Flexible Partial Denture

Valplast flexible partial dentures combine the best aspects of metal and acrylic prosthetics. They are extremely strong and have a very natural appearance, plus as the name indicates, they actually flex while you chew, ensuring that they don’t constantly press down on your gums.

Understanding the Cost of Dentures

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If you want to learn more about the cost of dentures in Cleveland, then you’ll be happy to know that you’re in the right place! Our team at New U Dentures & Implants would be more than happy to sit down with you to learn about your dental needs and provide you with a price estimate. If you’d like to do a bit more research online first, that’s okay too. In that case, keep reading!

Factors That Affect the Cost of Dentures

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Since dentures are a one-size-fits-all tooth-replacement solution, our denture dentist in Cleveland will need to first review some important factors. That starts with the condition of your oral health. If tooth decay, gum disease, or another serious oral health concern is present, then the appropriate preliminary treatment will need to be administered first. From there, factors like the severity of your tooth loss and the materials your dentures are made of need to be considered. Of course, our team will review each of these in-depth during your consultation to ensure you can confidently decide which is best for you.

Are Implant Dentures More Expensive?

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Since implant dentures require oral surgery, they are typically more expensive. With the higher cost, however, comes some noteworthy benefits. Since they are surgically inserted directly into your jawbone, they provide added stability and prevent unwanted movement. Additionally, they stimulate your jawbone like your natural teeth, preserving your youthful face shape over the years. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, they can last for 30+ years with proper care.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dentures?

Denture dentist in Cleveland talking patient

While plans vary, dental insurance providers typically cover a portion of the cost. For example, if you need a preliminary treatment, like gum disease therapy, there is a good chance your available benefits can be used toward that. Ultimately, it depends on the fine print on your dental plan.

Other Options for Making Dentures Affordable

Denture dentist in Cleveland showing patient smile

For our team, providing the highest quality of care is the priority, always. Of course, that doesn’t mean that rebuilding your smile will break the bank. In addition to offering periodic specials, our team is happy to work with CareCredit, a third-party financier. As a result, you can break up your payments into monthly, budget-friendly installments. There are even 6, 12, 24, and 60 months with little to no interest!

Denture FAQs

Dentures are a remarkable and reliable way to replace lost teeth. And when you choose New U Dentures and Implants to provide your prosthetic, you will enjoy a unique and catered tooth replacement experience. However, you may want to learn more about dentures before you schedule a consultation with your experienced denture dentist in Cleveland, TX — Dr. Guillory. That is why we have compiled the following brief list of frequently asked questions. If you do not see the information you were hoping to find, get in touch with us directly and we will be pleased to speak with you about all things dentures-related.

How Much Do Dentures Cost?

In the above sections on this page, you can read about some of the types of dentures we offer — each one comes with its own price. The price of your prosthetic will depend on which variety you choose and other factors. Our team will be able to provide you with an estimate when you visit us for your consultation.

Can You Help Me Afford My Dentures?

We want you to be able to enjoy a sturdy, beautiful, and functional smile. That is why we offer tiered pricing — and financing is available for most patients. If you would like to use your insurance to cover part of the cost of your dentures in Cleveland, keep in mind that we do not participate with any plans. However, we can provide you with documentation to help you file a claim with your insurance company. Dental insurance is often willing to cover about half the cost of dentures, up to the amount of a plan’s annual maximum.

Which Type of Denture Is Right for Me?

Our team will be happy to help you decide which type of denture will be the best fit for your circumstances. The one that is right for you depends on your budget, the extent of your tooth loss, and your goals for treatment. If you are looking for the sturdiest type of tooth replacement, we may recommend that you opt for implant dentures in Cleveland rather than any of the denture types listed on this page.

What Is the Process Like for Getting Dentures?

The process for getting dentures is a little different for every patient. It may involve some preparatory treatment, such as extractions. It is also important that we take impressions, images, and scans of your mouth that will help us design your new teeth to look, feel, and function as naturally as possible. If you are not getting an immediate denture, you can expect the denture process to last at least a few weeks.

How Can I Adjust to My New Dentures?

When you first receive it, we may give you personalized tips to help you through the adjustment period. Many patients find that temporarily eating soft foods, reading out loud to practice speaking, and wearing their denture as much as possible helps them get used to their new teeth relatively quickly.

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