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Custom replacement teeth to renew smiles

If you need quality replacement teeth, you’re not alone. Studies show that 45 million Americans currently wear full or partial dentures. Dr. Cannon works with respected dental labs to create custom prosthetics that look and feel natural. Durable materials and Dr. Cannon’s expertise and attention to detail mean that your replacement teeth will provide outstanding comfort and function for a smile you can be proud of.

Types of Dentures

We offer full dentures and partials. Both contain lifelike prosthetic teeth attached to a sturdy, realistic-looking base. Patients missing all or most of their teeth typically qualify for full dentures. Dr. Cannon creates partials for patients who need to fill gaps interspersed between healthy remaining teeth.

Benefits of Custom Replacement Teeth

Restoring your smile can change your life. Custom replacement teeth provide patients with a wealth of benefits, including:

  • The ability to eat without discomfort
  • Increased confidence
  • A more youthful appearance
  • Clear speech
  • Stability to prevent existing teeth from drifting out of position
  • Improved oral health and quality of life

Securing Your Prosthetic

Denture adhesive or natural suction holds full dentures in place. Partials contain unobtrusive clasps that attach to existing anchor teeth. Dr. Cannon may suggest dental implants to secure your prosthetic, especially if you have trouble achieving an optimal fit with a lower denture, or if healthy teeth aren’t available to secure a partial. At your consultation, we’ll discuss your options and expectations, then work together to create a restorative solution specifically for your distinct dental needs.

Become a valued member of our dental family. Call Dr. Cannon today to reserve your dentures or partial consultation and discover the advantages of a complete smile. Our state-of-the-art Fort Worth dental office creates fantastic smiles for residents of Benbrook, Crowley, Burleson, Aledo, Cleburne, and patients across the DFW metroplex.