Get the Best Dentures in Houston
At Midtown Dentistry in Houston, Tx we strive to ensure you are happy with your dentures. This is why we only create our dentures from the best advanced materials possible. With our expert team, you’ll know that you’ll be getting the most comfortable dentures possible. They will fit well and look natural.
We also have a variety of affordable denture options to meet your budget. Ask your Houston dentist about dentures that are right for you.
Some people think that once they have dentures, they don’t have to worry about dental hygiene. That is not the case. Dentures need to be cared for just like teeth. You’ll need to brush them daily and visit your Houston dentist regularly as these are critical. During your dental visits, your Midtown Dentistry dentist may make minor adjustments to your dentures to make sure they always fit naturally and comfortably.
Dentures are a hassle, so why not get the best result possible by having one of the best denture specialists in the USA help you.
Dr. Jonathan Penchas is a denture expert who has written books about dentures and dental implants. Every day he helps people get the best possible outcome. And guess what? in the long run- IT’S NOT MORE EXPENSIVE TO GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.
WHEN SHOULD YOU REPLACE YOUR DENTURES?
Even the best dentures don’t last forever. The gums and ridges of your mouth change over time while your dentures will stay the same. This is why it is recommended to get your dentures replaced every 3 to 6 years.
Wearing the same dentures for more than 3 years can cause changes in your mouth that are often irreversible. If your dentures fit badly, the ridges may shrink faster making the denture loose in your mouth. While you might be willing to suffer through this for a while, you may regret it in the future. The damaged caused by the loose dentures and the shrinking ridges will make harder for your dentist to fit you for dentures in the future.
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