General Dentistry

Drill-Free Fillings

Tooth Extractions

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Dental Crowns

Dental Bridges

Dental Implants

Root Canal Treatment



Emergency Dentist

TMJ and TMD Jaw Therapy

Tooth loss affects many people at any age. Teeth can be lost for many reasons, such as high sugar diets or insufficient oral care. Gum disease is one example of an ailment that may affect many adults well before retirement age. There’s not much that you can do to ensure that you’re always going to have a full set of teeth, even if you brush and floss daily and or get professional dental care on a yearly basis.

The good news is that tooth replacement options have never been better. Nowadays, dentures provide a choice of modern and cosmetically appealing teeth for people of all ages and at any stage of tooth loss.

denturesDentures are custom-made replacements for missing teeth. They are made of acrylic resin, and the design is molded to fit the patient’s mouth exactly. Dentures can be used to replace all or just some of your teeth.

Modern Denture Designs

Gone are the days of having teeth that didn’t fit, looked artificial, or made eating difficult. Today, there are many teeth replacement options available for people who have either lost some of their teeth, most of them, or all of them due to dental problems like cavities, chipped teeth, and tooth decay. Modern denture designs are designed to look as natural as possible. These replacements come in the form of dentures, dental bridges, or implants. Dental prosthetics are often seen as something for an elderly person as they don’t involve any surgery. The truth is, they’re a good option regardless of how old you are or whether it’s the result of an accident or not. They can be practical and versatile and work great to restore your teeth.

Types of Dentures

Immediate Dentures

Immediate dentures are one-piece dentures that are inserted right after a tooth extraction. They’re made to fit the shape of your mouth immediately after an extraction so they’ll fit more comfortably than traditional dentures.

You can get immediate dentures on the same day! Immediate dentures are perfect if you want to get back to the way things were before your teeth were loss. So, if you’ve recently lost teeth due to an accident or illness, this is the option for you!

Conventional Dentures

Conventional dentures are a great option for people who want to get back to eating their favorite foods, and they’re also a smart choice for those who don’t want to deal with the hassle of implants or the cost of denture-making.

With conventional dentures, you can enjoy all the same benefits as regular teeth: chewing your food, speaking clearly, and smiling with confidence. Because they’re removable, conventional dentures can be taken out while you eat certain foods or drink certain drinks (like hot liquids).

Dentures are also easy to take care of. Just brush them once or twice a day and clean them with water after each meal. They need to be removed every night so that your gums don’t become sore from being pressed against them all day long.

Implant-supported Overdentures

The implants are placed in the jawbone, where they will fuse with the surrounding bone and form a strong foundation for the false teeth. The implant-supported overdentures work like real teeth, so you can bite, chew, and talk just like you did before.

You’ll be able to enjoy your favorite foods again without worrying about how they may affect your new dental prosthesis. Implant-supported overdentures also last longer than other types of false teeth because they don’t need to be replaced as often.

Transitional Partial Dentures

Transitional partial dentures are a type of denture that is used during a patient’s transition from having all their teeth to being toothless. These types of dentures can be used by individuals who have lost some or all of their teeth and need to have a replacement for them but are not yet ready for a complete set of dentures.

Transitional partial dentures should be worn 24 hours per day until they no longer fit properly or feel uncomfortable because your gums may shrink over time when you’re not wearing them. This could cause them to become loose and fall out easily when you’re not wearing them at nighttime.

Removable Partial Dentures

Removable partial dentures are a great option for people who need a bit of help getting their teeth into shape. They’re a removable, partial option that can be used to fill in the gaps of a full set of dentures, or even to replace missing teeth on their own.

Removable partial dentures are made from acrylic and can be removed from your mouth when you’re eating or brushing your teeth. They have many benefits over traditional dentures, which are fixed in place and cannot be removed.

To learn more about your tooth replacement options and what type of dentures are best for you, contact Sun City Dental El Paso to schedule an appointment today.