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Dentures are removable prostheses that are used to replace missing teeth. Dentures help to restore a patient’s teeth to help them eat and speak more easily than they did with gaps. In addition, if you are bothered by the appearance of missing teeth, dentures can be used to replace these missing teeth.
Complete dentures are intended to replace all teeth in the upper or lower jaw. A complete denture rests on the gums and is held in place by suction. It can also be secured with dental adhesive. Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain in the jaw. The partial is attached to your natural teeth with metal clasps or precision attachments. Sometimes, a partial denture that replaces several teeth may have a pink base. This makes it blend in better with your gum tissue.
There are many benefits to dentures, including the following:
Replace missing teeth with dentures and achieve the natural-looking smile you seek.
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The dental procedure for dentures is as follows:
First, your dentist will take an impression of your teeth, which will be used to create a model of your mouth. Next, they will measure your mouth and determine the size and shape of your dentures. Once the dentures are ready, your dentist will place them in your mouth and make any necessary adjustments.
Additionally, your dentures will need to be adjusted occasionally because your jaw alignment naturally changes due to the bone and gum ridges receding without teeth. Regular visits to check on your dental health will ensure that any adjustments can be made quickly and that your gum and oral health are maintained.
While dentures can last for many years, they will eventually need to be replaced. The average lifespan of a denture is about 5 to 7 years. However, this varies depending on the type of denture and how well you care for them.
Dentures are made from materials that can wear down over time. They may also become loose or ill-fitting as your mouth changes shape with age. You may need to have your dentures repaired or replaced if they become damaged or uncomfortable. Taking good care of your dentures is essential to help them last as long as possible.
Talk to your dentist if you have any questions or concerns about your dentures. They can help you determine if it’s time for a new pair of dentures or makes repairs to your existing ones.
Dentures require regular cleaning to remove plaque, bacteria, and food particles. Dentures can cause gum disease and other oral health problems without proper cleaning.
To clean your dentures, you should:
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