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Does the thought of getting dentures make you uneasy? We can provide modern dentures that make smiling, speaking, and eating a pleasure.

Our advanced technology allows us to create dentures tailor-made for your mouth, ensuring a snug fit and confident smile.

Learn about all your options, from traditional to implant-supported, at Fort Bend Dental in Missouri City, Richmond, Rosenberg, Aliana and Sugar Land, TX.

Rediscover Your Smile ...

With Restorations That Offer a New Level of Confidence

Dentures have come a long way in recent years. Fort Bend Dental in Richmond, Rosenberg, Missouri City, Aliana and Sugar Land, TX, makes sure our patients throughout Fort Bend County can enjoy all the modern advantages available to them.

We use the latest technology and newer, stronger materials to craft restorations with an improved fit and natural look. Whether you are new to dentures or looking to upgrade yours, we can help you share your smile with friends and family confidently.


When planning your dentures, our dentists will use our in-office 3-D CT imaging system and panoramic x-rays to fully visualize your teeth to ensure a beautiful fit.

In-House Lab

Fort Bend Dental is one of the rare practices with its own in-house lab. Our patients truly appreciate collaborating with the dentist and technician face-to-face.

Dental Materials

Our technicians are skilled in a wide range of advanced materials, from IPS e.max® to porcelain, that are virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth.

Looking for a Stable Denture?

Dr. George Jabbour talks about the variety of options open to our patients who are looking for dentures that are more stable. He also discusses the benefits of having an in-house lab, which gives Fort Bend Dental the ability to ensure quality is built into every restoration, from beginning to end.

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Amairiany Amador


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Super friendly staff, very professional, very clean…dr peccora really focuses on patients’ comfort and concerns and is both supportive and sincere when approaching the best treatment plan…I recommend for sure!

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Lacrystal Hardwell


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I appreciate the patience, time, comfort that you guys give. The honesty. I’ve been through so much but you guys are my final stop. I can’t wait to start this relationship with you guys. I’m emotional nervous but also relieved. Thank you guys for all you do.

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Today's Dentures

Offer a Variety of Options

Are you ready to stop struggling with missing teeth and get dentures? Or are you looking for a better fit? Whatever your needs, Fort Bend Dental, with offices in Missouri City, Richmond, Rosenberg, Aliana and Sugar Land, TX, offers a variety of reliable, natural-looking options that you can wear with confidence.

Traditional Dentures

Traditional dentures are the faster and more affordable option when you are replacing a full arch of teeth. This type of removable denture simply rests on your gums and is held in place by suction and adhesives.

Our advanced scanning technology allows us to create dentures with a snug, comfortable fit that will improve your bite and allow you to smile freely. To ensure a natural look, we color-match the natural-looking gum base to your mouth and create lifelike artificial teeth out of high-quality dentistry materials.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-Supported Dentures

Dental implants are small posts surgically inserted in your jaw that will hold a denture securely in your mouth. Once attached, you’ll no longer have to worry that your denture will embarrass you by slipping out of place when you are laughing and enjoying a meal with friends.

Once you’ve decided on implants, the next decision is deciding whether you want to wear a denture that is removable or fixed in place. Removable implant-supported dentures are designed to snap on and off implants so that you can remove the prosthetic. Fixed dentures are permanently attached to the implants and can only be removed by the dentist.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Partial Dentures

If your teeth are not all gone, but you are missing several or even a row of teeth, we may recommend a partial denture to restore your smile. Partial dentures include natural-looking gum and teeth, with the teeth strategically placed to fill the gaps in your smile.

The restoration typically clips onto a nearby tooth to hold it in place. However, just like dentures, there are also implant options. A single implant can be used with a dental crown to replace a single missing tooth and a dental bridge supported by implants can be used to support a row of teeth to fill larger gaps in your mouth

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What's the Right Solution for You?

Call for a Consultation

There’s no one dentistry solution that’s right for everyone. That’s why we sit down with you to discuss your needs and goals so you can make an educated choice. We’ll conduct a thorough exam of your mouth, review your medical history, and then talk about your expectations and go over your options. Leave us a message or contact us to request a one-on-one consultation.

(281) 499-3541

Serving Missouri City, Richmond, Rosenberg, Aliana, Sugar Land, TX, and all of Fort Bend County.

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Hear our patients and our team at Fort Bend Dental talk about their shared journeys in restoring smiles.

What Do Dentures Cost?

A traditional denture ranges between $1,800 and $2,800. However, there are many factors that will affect how much you pay. If you need extractions or treatment for gum disease, these will add to your overall treatment. Furthermore, implant dentures also cost more.

To get an accurate quote, we suggest you request a consultation and speak to one of our dentists directly. Our knowledgeable team can also determine if your dental insurance will cover any of the costs and explain our options that make treatment more affordable.

To help patients in Missouri City, Richmond, Rosenberg, Aliana, Sugar Land and throughout Fort Bend County restore their smiles, we offer several options to help people manage out-of-pocket costs, whether they have insurance or not:


Fort Bend Dental Membership

We offer a dental plan that’s better than some insurance and provides access to affordable coverage.

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This third-party lender allows you to spread the cost of dental services over several months with little or no interest.

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In-House Plans

We work with patients to create in-house payment plans that is a better fit for their household budget.

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Wonderful place, great service, make you feel like family. Couldn’t ask for anything better cause there isn’t, you’re already there with the best staff and great environment the minute you step in the door. Thank you for everything great that is to come! Highly recommended.

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Christopher Craig


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I have been a patient of Dr. Peccora and Dr. Jabbour for over 10 years. They are the best. They are kind, care about their patients and always provide outstanding customer service. I wouldn’t trust anyone else with my dental care. In fact, I moved from Sugar Land to the Heights two years ago, but still make the 45 minute drive to Fort Bend Dental.

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Traditional Vs. Implant-Supported Dentures

Every case is unique, but when possible we usually recommend patients choose implant-supported dentures. While modern traditional dentures are crafted to provide an outstanding fit and the best possible comfort, there is one important advantage in choosing implant-supported dentures. Implants will help keep your jaw strong.

*Dental implants act as substitute tooth roots, stimulating the bone in the jaw, encouraging new bone growth, which prevents the jawbone from deteriorating.
*Traditional dentures cannot encourage new bone and may, in fact, accelerate bone loss by wearing away at the bone ridge they rest on. As the entire dental arch shrinks, the lower portion of your face visually “collapses,” making you look older as the jaw weakens.

If you have already lost bone, bone grafts can be used to strengthen your jaw and make you eligible for implant-supported dentures. Alternatively, you may qualify for All-On-4® dental implants, which requires less bone density.

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