Partial Dentures San Antonio TX


Dentures are a great alternative for a missing teeth. At Riverwalk Dental Care, our patients want to know whether dentures are a good solution for their particular needs. There are advantages and drawbacks to wearing dentures and whether they will work for you or not. It entirely depends on your lifestyle preferences that you have for your appearance, including the functionality of your smile.

With the availability of innovative dental treatment options, fewer patients find themselves in need of dentures. However, for those who want a complete set of arches, dentures have come a long way. We are happy to offer custom dentures that look, feel, and function just like your natural teeth. Schedule a consultation to discuss your options. Our state-of-the-art dentistry practice welcomes patients from San Antonio and other communities both near and far.

Partial Dentures

Partial denture is offered as a treatment option if you need to replace teeth in any area of your mouth. They can be fitted to accommodate the back or front of both the upper or lower arch. Treatment is comfortable and effective at restoring your smile and your ability to speak and eat properly.

A partial denture looks like natural teeth and gums. An artificial teeth is affixed to a plastic base and is shaded to match the natural gum color. The fixture can have either a metal or acrylic framework.

This is a common option when one or more natural teeth remain in the area for support. Compared to full dentures, partial can be placed around teeth that are still in place.

Who is an ideal candidate for partial dentures?

Partial dentures can give you back your smile in a cost-effective manner and without much lengthy healing time. Partial dentures offer a relatively quick solution for tooth loss and treatment does not require a long-term restoration like a dental bridge.

What are the benefits of partial dentures?

There are numerous benefits with a partial denture including:

  • Prevention of unnecessary dental shifting that might lead to misalignment or further tooth loss
  • Retaining natural tooth structures rather than removing all teeth for a full denture
  • Improving the ability to chew thoroughly
  • Improving speech regularity
  • If you are concerned about a missing tooth and want to prevent problems related to the empty space in your mouth in the future, schedule a consultation with us.