There are many different options when it comes to choosing dentures from full dentures to partial dentures. Swims Family Dental can help you choose the option that will work best for you. We understand how dentures can make you smile more confidently, and our goal is to keep you happy, so you are showing off our work.

What are Full Dentures?

Full dentures serve as replacement teeth that are fitted into a plastic base that matches the same color as your gums. Upper dentures feature a plate that covers the roof of your mouth. Lower dentures are shaped like a horseshoe and are secured to rest on the gums and bone tissue.

Dentures are more comfortable and natural-looking than ever before due to advancing technology. Our dental team will find a comfortable solution for you.

Will Dentures Look Natural?

There are many different options to make dentures look more natural in fact dentures can be made to match the shade of your gums and even include the finer details of the mouth such as the roof of mouth ridging and gum texture.

Gum Shade

Gums can be different colors from person to person. That is why we provide the ability to choose the shade of your dentures to look more natural.


Your upper mouth has ridges, this helps you speak and also helps food move around your palate as you are eating. We add this texture to upper dentures in order for patients to get the same benefits when using their dentures daily.

Gum Texture

Dentures can look out of place without adding some texture to the “gum” area. We can simulate bumps, ridges, and other details to ensure a more natural look for your dentures.

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When you visit Swims Dental Care, your smile is our top priority.  Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve.

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We provide patient centered dentistry in a relaxed environment for the whole family.

Remember to do something for yourself and give us a call – (731) 668-8344 – to schedule your FREE consultation today!

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