Dentures

What are dentures?

 

Dentures, or what we can say false teeth are synthetic substitutes for missing regular teeth. Some dentures supplant a couple of missing teeth; others replace the entire teeth, gums, and encompassing tissues.

   

At the point when your teeth fall out, the facial muscles can sag down. Dentures help to load up your facial profile and work on your appearance. They also help to eat, bite and talk consistently.

  Common kinds of dentures comprise:  
  • Complete dentures are for those who have missed all of their teeth.
  • Partial detachable dentures are for those who have missed some teeth or choose a detachable option.
  • Partial fixed dentures are for those who have some missing teeth and prefer a non-removable option.
  • Implant retained dentures are for those who need added maintenance because of bone loss. Embed false teeth give a mooring to the teeth to interface with when they are in the mouth. Notwithstanding, they need to be removed for cleaning.
  • Immediate dentures are for those who want their teeth removed and false teeth installed on the same day. 
  What are dentures made of?  

Prior dentures were made of porcelain or plastic; however, they are made from hard resin nowadays. Denture’s materials are known to be more delicate than regular teeth and can undoubtedly chip or break whenever dropped or, in any case, not taken proper care of. This material additionally wears out a lot speedier than regular teeth and should be supplanted with another set of false teeth every five years or something like that.

  How do Dentures Work? 

With complete false teeth, a flesh-hued acrylic base fits over your gums. The foundation of the upper dental replacement covers the top of your mouth, while that of the lower dental replacement is formed like a horseshoe accommodating your tongue. 

 

Dentures are uniquely designed in a dental research facility from your mouth’s impressions. Our dental specialist determines which of the three sorts of false teeth will best suit after the proper check-up.

  What is the longevity of dentures?   
  • Partial Dentures and Full Dentures: As per data, complete dentures last somewhat around 5 and 10 years, while partials can last up to 15 years. Both your mouth and dentures can undergo significant variations in this period, resulting in an inappropriate fitting and unattractive appearance.
  • Immediate Dentures: These dentures are fitted right after removing natural teeth till the permanent dentures are ready, so they last up to 2-3 months.

You need to handle dentures with utmost care and generally put it in a container of water or denture cleaner when put out. Also, you should never put them in hot water as it may get damage. The denture also needs to be cleaned with a soft toothbrush using soap and water. Also, you should rinse your mouth daily without the dentures to lessen the risk of infection like candidiasis and clean off any plague.

 

Why Choose 7DMC? Our dental experts will have a close examination of your teeth and see whether they are suitable for dentures or not. After that, they will suggest whether you should go for partial or complete dentures and the necessary procedures and care to take. 

 

Our General Dentist & Specialist Implantologist knows what they do and is the best in 7DMC and the dental business.