Dentures Call For Lifelike Replacement Teeth
  • Choose from several styles of dentures
  • Get a strong bite by pairing dentures with implants
  • Save money by joining our Membership Plan

Enjoy Beautiful New Teeth Using Richmond Dentures

One of the best ways to replace missing teeth is with Richmond dentures. These prosthetic teeth are better than ever, thanks to advances in materials and manufacturing. The team at Dental Garden can use custom dentures to:

  • Replace either full or partial arches of your teeth
  • Give you back a beautiful smile you’ll love showing off
  • Allow you to eat a wider variety of delicious foods
  • Help you look younger, more attractive, and more robust
  • Allow you to speak more clearly and avoid embarrassment

To get your smile back using modern dentures, call us today at 281-853-9215 to schedule a consultation. Be sure to ask how you can save money on your new teeth when you join our Membership Plan.

Custom Dentures Let You Smile & Eat Comfortably

Today’s dentures are a far cry from the teeth your grandparents used to have when you were a child. Modern dentures fit better, perform better, and last longer than ever before. Dr. Memar will make sure your dentures do all that you want them to do. His objective is to help you get your smile back and be able to eat all your favorite foods again.

Depending on your needs and situation, we have different styles of dentures available:

  • Conventional Full Dentures – This is the type of denture that most quickly comes to mind for many people. Kept in place using suction and adhesive, they replace full arches of missing teeth.
  • Conventional Partial Dentures – If you have several healthy teeth remaining, we may recommend these teeth. They clasp into place to your existing teeth to fill in gaps in your smile. An implant-supported bridge is another option for this situation. Unlike dentures, an implant bridge keeps you from suffering bone loss in your jaw.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – We’ll stabilize your new teeth by securing them to dental implants with a snap-and-ball system. They won’t slip or move until you choose to take them out. Unlike conventional dentures, they protect you from bone loss.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – These are our most comfortable type of denture. They transfer all the forces of biting and chewing to your jawbone rather than your gums. There’s no need to remove them for cleaning. You can simply brush and floss. They keep your jawbone strong and intact.
  • Temporary Dentures – We can fit you with new teeth while your final restorations are being made. You’ll never be without teeth again.

Call Dental Garden to find out more about dentures in Richmond: 281-853-9215. It’s time you regained a beautiful smile and strong bite!

Common Questions About Dentures

Who might need dentures?

If you are missing all or nearly all your teeth, dentures are a fantastic way to get back your smile and your bite. Depending on your individual situation, you may want either full or partial dentures. Full dentures replace a complete arch of teeth on one or both of your jaws, while partials are used when you have some healthy teeth remaining.

How long does it take to make dentures?

The exact time it takes to make dentures can vary significantly, depending on the style of denture, the materials they’re made from, and other factors. When we order your dentures, we can give you a much better time frame. However, most dentures require one to two weeks to be made professionally in a lab.

What can I eat with dentures?

Thanks to advances in dental technology, you can enjoy nearly any food you desire without dietary limitations. While conventional dentures may require you to alter your eating habits, implant-supported dentures provide a more natural biting function. With this option, you can eat a wide variety of crunchy or chewy foods, since implant-supported dentures offer a bite strength comparable to having a full set of natural teeth.

Can dentures fall out?

Traditional dentures that stay in place with dental adhesives will fit snugly and comfortably on top of your gums. Over time, however, they will need to be adjusted to maintain stability. To avoid this, we’re able to secure your dentures to dental implants. You won’t have to worry about your replacement teeth slipping or falling out when you eat or speak.