Dentures that are made to closely resemble natural teeth are far superior to those that don’t. Of course, having your dentures made so that they fit properly and are secure in your mouth is absolutely imperative if you want natural looking dentures but it is also true that they must not look so perfect that they stand out as being dentures. It is also important that dentures should be well maintained with daily brushing and rinsing after every meal and they should never be left to dry out.
Most natural teeth have imperfections, there are some teeth which are just a little crooked and some teeth are slightly stained. As people do not have perfectly straight teeth that are sparkling white, then it stands to reason that for cosmetic dentures services in Houston, TX city to look natural, they too should be made to include the same imperfections that natural teeth have. If you are having your dentures made by a dentist that was never aware of what your natural teeth looked like, then in most cases they can make natural looking dentures from a photo that shows you with a big smile.
Cosmetic dentures in Houston, TX must fit correctly. If dentures are either too big or too small they will appear to look fake. The denture must fit perfectly for it to appear natural and realistic. It is not just on the day when your dentures are first fitted that this is important, as your gums and jaw bone change once your teeth have been extracted, over time your dentures must be adjusted periodically to cope with these changes.
The best cosmetic dentures in Houston, TX must fit perfect and be secured properly. Partial dentures, those that only can a few teeth can be secured in the mouth with metal clips that anchor on the permanent teeth that have survived. Full dentures rely on a perfect fit in the dental arch or can be anchored to dental implants which have been implanted for that purpose.
Many people find that extra security against slipping can be had by using denture adhesive. This material comes in paste or powder form and once applied to the denture, causes a bond between it and the roof of the mouth and gums.