Grant K. Parish, DDS
General Dentist & Cosmetic Dentist located in Dallas, TX
Custom dentures aren't just a set of replacement teeth. They're a path toward freedom, offering you the opportunity to smile, chew, and speak with confidence. Grant K. Parish, DDS, and his team are highly skilled in the art of fitting and making dentures. Located in Dallas, Texas, the accomplished team can help you look and feel like yourself again with the right denture option for your needs. Call or schedule a consultation online today.
Dentures Q & A
What kinds of dentures are offered?
Dr. Parish and his expert team offer a variety of all-in-one treatment options for women and men of all ages. From the initial consultation to the first denture fitting, or a later denture relining or repair, this skilled team utilizes the highest quality materials to deliver the best overall experience. Dentures options include:
- Metal framework partial dentures
- Acrylic partial dentures
- Dental implants and crowns
- Denture relines
- Soft denture liners
- Implant-supported dentures
Am I a good candidate for immediate dentures?
If you’ve lost your teeth as a result of illness, decay, or injury, and need full dentures, you may be a good candidate for immediate dentures. Immediate dentures are made prior to the extractions, which means you don't have to suffer the inconvenience of not having teeth.
Keep in mind, though, that immediate dentures do not have a "try on" period and can take some time to feel normal. They need to be regularly relined to ensure a continued, comfortable fit.
Should I get partial dentures?
Book a consultation with Dr. Parish to learn more and determine if immediate dentures are the best solution for you. Unlike full dentures, which replace all of your natural teeth, partial dentures only replace missing teeth.
Dr. Parish measures your jaw and makes models of your mouth. These models allow them to build your dentures in-office, in their lab quickly and efficiently. Partial dentures with metal frames connect to existing teeth, keeping them in place and you feeling secure—all without dental adhesives.
Acrylic partial dentures are less expensive than metal ones but don’t last as long. Acrylic partials are usually a short-term solution that's worn while the dentist makes permanent bridges or partials.
Can my dentures be repaired?
Dr. Parish and his team offer a wide range of denture repairs in just a couple hours, or even while you wait. Most denture repairs are completed on-site. Some repairs will require a dental lab to complete.
Book your denture consultation online or call today.