Dentures – Wichita Falls, TX

Rebuild a Beautiful Smile with Dentures

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Teeth are designed to last for a lifetime. Unfortunately, 120 million adults are missing one or more. If you've lost most or all your teeth, low self-esteem isn't the only complication of an incomplete smile. Your oral health, general wellness, and quality of life can also decline. We can turn back the clock by rebuilding your smile with dentures in Wichita Falls. You'll enjoy results that look and feel natural using a tried-and-proven solution for tooth loss.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Dentures?

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If you have several damaged or missing teeth, you may be a candidate for dentures. Generally, if you have good oral and overall health, they might be an option for you; however, you will require a consultation with your dentist in Wichita Falls.

Your dentist will examine your mouth and review dental scans to assess your oral health needs. Based on the results of the consultation, you may need a little prep work, like tooth extractions or gum disease treatment.

Types of Dentures

After reviewing your health history and learning more about your preferences, your dentist will recommend your options, which include:

Partial Dentures

Image of a partial denture

A partial denture differs from a bridge because it can treat consecutive and nonconsecutive tooth loss. The portions of your teeth above the gumline are replicated, which are set in a gum-colored base. It features a metal framework, allowing it to clip or clasp on your remaining teeth to stay in place.

Full Dentures

Full upper and lower dentures

A full denture replaces an entire arch of lost teeth. A gum-colored base is made of high-quality materials to fit your mouth like a glove. It rests on top of your gum tissue, which is held in place using suction.

Implant Dentures

Model of an implant denture

As an alternative to a traditional denture, you can add the stability of dental implants. Titanium posts are surgically placed into your jawbone to mimic roots. This creates the next best thing to your real teeth using a method that can last for decades.

The Benefits of Dentures

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Every tooth is necessary for your general wellness. You can safeguard your health by replacing your lost teeth. You will benefit from:

You don't have to struggle with the challenges of missing teeth. We can create a smile you will be proud to show off. Contact our office today to request your consultation for dentures.

Understanding the Cost of Dentures

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There's no flat fee for a new set of teeth because many factors affect the cost of dentures. However, Dr. Strohman strives to keep dentures affordable for everyone. She won't compromise quality or aesthetics to stay within your budget. You'll enjoy a complete, beautiful smile again without costing you an arm or a leg.

Factors That Affect the Cost of Dentures

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Every mouth is as unique as fingerprints, which is why there’s no one-size-fits-all denture. Dr. Strohman will create a personalized treatment plan to replace your lost teeth. Although every case differs, you can expect your estimate to include:

A member of your dental team will review your estimate and explain the fees associated with your plan. You'll know exactly how much you'll have to pay before committing to anything.

Are Implant Dentures More Expensive?

Digital image of implant dentures

Dental implants may cost more upfront than traditional dentures, but they are the most affordable overall. Dental implants can last for decades, so you won't have to budget for replacements every few years, like with traditional methods. Not to mention, dental implants will keep your jaw healthy and stop bone loss to improve your oral health. They can end up paying for themselves and the benefits you'll gain are priceless. You'll invest in the next best thing to your real teeth using a solution that can last for 30 years or more with the right aftercare, like brushing and flossing.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dentures?

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Every situation is different, but most dental plans cover your initial consultation. Your insurance can also partially cover the cost of any prep work and your denture. After meeting your annual deductible, your benefits can be used to lower the amount you’ll pay out-of-pocket. A member of our team will work on your behalf with your dental insurance to maximize any applicable coverage. They'll explain how your benefits are being used and if there’s any remaining balance.

Other Options for Making Dentures Affordable

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Besides using your dental insurance, our office offers many financial solutions to keep the cost of replacing missing teeth affordable, like:

  • Traditional Payments: Our office accepts all traditional payment methods, including cash, personal checks, and credit cards.
  • Monthly Payments: You can pay any out-of-pocket expenses using a monthly payment plan through a third-party financing company, like CareCredit. You can benefit from little or no interest in financing based on your credit approval.
  • If you have questions about the cost of dentures, or you're ready to schedule your consultation, contact our office today.

    Denture FAQs

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    Dentures in Wichita Falls are a tried and proven method of treating tooth loss, but they are a big investment. Don’t worry if you have a few concerns because Dr. Strohman will explain everything during your denture consultation. He will address any apprehensions, so you know exactly what to expect on the road ahead. While you wait for your appointment, here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions.


    Can I wear my dentures while sleeping?

    Dr. Strohman will instruct you to wear your dentures for 24 hours after receiving them. However, after the first night, you’ll need to remove them before heading to bed. No one wants to be caught without their teeth, but your oral and general health relies on it. Your mouth is dark and moist, which is the ideal environment for bacteria to grow. Leaving your dentures in at night will cause plaque and bacteria to accumulate, weakening the prosthetic over time and increasing your risk of infections. Your dentures can also develop an unpleasant odor. Not to mention, your gums need time to recuperate. Your dentures will restrict blood circulation to the soft tissues, increasing your risk of irritation, inflammation, and sores. Removing your dentures nightly gives your gums a break and allows you to soak your new teeth in an overnight solution to kill harmful bacteria. You’ll keep your mouth and body healthy while prolonging the lifespan of your dentures.


    Does an upper denture always cover the palate?

    A traditional denture for the upper arch covers the palate, which can diminish food taste. Some patients also find them uncomfortable to wear, but there are other options. You can choose from dentures that have a horseshoe shape, like one used for the lower arch or along with dental implants. Your denture dentist in Wichita Falls, Dr. Strohman, will explain all your options to make the best choice for your needs and preferences.


    Do I use regular toothpaste to clean my denture?

    Your dentures will closely look like your real teeth, but they can’t be cleaned the same way. Abrasive dental products can scratch dentures, so you don’t want to use regular toothpaste to clean your pearly whites. Plaque and bacteria can get trapped in the crevasses, making your dentures look discolored. Not to mention, you’ll need a replacement sooner. Instead, Dr. Strohman recommends using a soft-bristled toothbrush and a mild hand soap or dishwashing liquid to clean all surfaces of your denture. You can also purchase OTC cleaning kits designed for denture wearers. An overnight soaking solution will kill any bacteria left behind by your toothbrush. Don’t forget to clean your gums, tongue, and the inside of your cheeks.


    Is a broken denture a dental emergency?

    A broken denture is a dental emergency because you rely on them for eating, speaking, and feeling confident throughout the day. If the worst should happen, we will get you into the office quickly for a repair or replacement to restore your beautiful smile.


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