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If you're missing teeth, you can get a removable appliance called dentures to replace them. Dentures can be made of a combination of acrylic resin and metal or just acrylic resin. They appear like actual teeth and fit over your gums. You might need whole or half dentures based on how many of your teeth are damaged. While partial dentures are utilized while some natural teeth are still present, complete dentures replace all teeth entirely in the upper or lower jaw. The following are integral things you need to know about dentures.


Who Needs Dentures?

Dentures offer a solution for patients who have lost a portion or all of their natural teeth because of aging, gum disease, or dental trauma. Dentures are also suitable for people who struggle to talk or chew owing to tooth loss. Consider acquiring dentures if any of these issues are plaguing you.

Types of False Teeth

Complete and partial removable dentures are the two main categories of dentures. The best solution for someone who has lost all of their natural teeth is a set of dental restorations. In contrast, removable partial dentures are the best option when a person has lost only a portion of their natural teeth. The implant-supported denture is another form attached to the jawbone and offers a snugger fit.

Dentures Fitting

Before fitting your dentures, your cosmetic dentist will obtain a dental impression of your mouth to create a custom mold. Thanks to this mold, your dentures will fit snugly and properly in your mouth. Your cosmetic dentist will make the required changes to ensure the dentures fit precisely after taking the impression. It's vital to remember that getting acclimated to dentures may take some time, and you might first feel uncomfortable or sore. Your dentures will grow more comfortable as you adjust to wearing them over time. It is essential to ensure that your dentures receive regular maintenance and relining

How to Care For Your Dentures

You need to take care of your dentures to last and stay in great condition. The following are tips to keep your dentures in good condition:

  • Wash your dentures regularly with a soft-bristled brush and denture cleaner. Regular toothpaste shouldn't be used. It can harm your dentures because it is abrasive.
  • After meals, rinse your dentures to eliminate food residue and stop bacteria from growing.
  • When not being worn, keep your dentures moist by storing them in water or denture solution.
  • Avoid using hot water since it can deform your dentures.
  • To have your dentures evaluated and spotless, schedule routine dental visits.




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