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With Dentures, you can regain your
Dr. Gonzalez born and raised in El Paso, TX. He has the ability
enhance and improve one's quality of life and appearance.
He believes in the importance of good oral health, as it is the gateway
and starting point of our digestive system and is how we speak and
communicate to others.
We treat patients of all age groups. We have the equipment and an
expert team to offer better quality dental services. Our goal is to
spread more smiles in the community by helping people take a good
care of their oral health.
Dentures are the removable
replacement of missing teeth that
can be taken out and put back into
your mouth. Dentures can restore
your smile and give you the
confidence, dentures make it
easier to eat and speak better than
you could without teeth. With
proper denture care, your restored
teeth will last for years. Today's
Dentures in El Paso are natural
looking and more comfortable
Dentures not only make you look attractive but
make you feel more confident about yourself
You can easily eat your favorite foods when all
of your teeth are present.
With all of your teeth, anyone can properly
understand what you have to say.
It can last for a long time. Although dentures
eventually need to be replaced, they usually last
for five to ten years.
You will be able to smile confidently.
Handle dentures with good care
Brush and rinse dentures daily
Clean denture with a cleanser
Take proper care of dentures when not
Soak in warm, not hot water. Hot water can
damage their shape.
Store dentures in a container of water.
Conventional Full Denture
Immediate Full Denture:
A conventional full denture
is inserted in your mouth
when any remaining teeth
are removed and tissues
Healing may take many
months, during which time
you are without teeth.
An immediate full denture is placed
immediately once the remaining
teeth are removed. While immediate
dentures supply the benefit of never
having to be without your teeth,
They must be refined many months
once being inserted. The reason is
that the bone supporting the teeth
reshapes because it heals, causing the
denture to become loose.
When just a few teeth are missing, partial
dentures fill the gap; a removable partial
denture usually consists of replacement
teeth attached to a gum-colored plastic
base, which is connected by metal
framework that holds the denture in place
within the mouth.
Partial dentures are used when one or
more natural teeth remain in the upper or
A fixed bridge replaces one or more
additional teeth by inserting crowns on the
teeth on either side of the space and
attaching artificial teeth to them..