Dentures are removable appliances which replaces your natural teeth. Dentures
can either be full or partial,
meaning they can either replace all teeth on either the top or bottom gum line,
or just a few that are missing. Regardless of what kind of dentures you may
need, they will be custom designed to fit your mouth, and visually matched to
your existing teeth.
- Dentures improve the
appearance of a smile that has multiple missing teeth
- And they also keep
the structure of the mouth sound by supporting the structures around the cheeks
- Dentures also make it
possible to eat foods that require chewing, making it possible to keep your
diet the same and ensure that you are properly nourished.
- Lastly, dentures are
a viable solution to replace teeth that are causing serious pain and oral
health issues, such as those with rotted roots or severe damage.
fitted means that troublesome teeth are eliminated and replaced with a strong
and beautiful alternative..
A removable partial denture
usually consists of
replacement teeth attached to a pink or gum-colored plastic base, which is
sometimes connected by metal framework that holds the denture in place in the
mouth. Partial dentures are used when one or more natural teeth remain in the
upper or lower jaw.
A complete denture
is a removable
appliance used when all teeth within a jaw have been lost and need to be
prosthetically replaced…A complete denture can be opposed by natural dentition,
a partial or complete denture, fixed appliances or, sometimes, soft tissues.
is any removable
dental prosthesis that covers and rests on one or more remaining natural teeth,
the roots of natural teeth, and/or dental
implants. It is one of the most practical measures used in preventive
dentistry. Overdentures can be either tooth supported or implant supported
It’s your choice what type of denture you
want. Don’t worry if you are in doubt, Our experts will suggest you the best
type of denture according to your condition.
AFTER YOU GOT A DENTURE.
TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR DENTURE.?
Always remove your
dentures before sleeping to avoid damaging them, dislodging them, and to give
your gums some time to relax. Submerge your dentures fully in warm, but not
hot, water to keep them from drying out and becoming misshapen. Only use
denture soaking solution if your dentures do not have metal components as the
solution can tarnish the metal.