Dentures, or as they are more commonly known- false teeth, are removable dental prosthesis that replace missing teeth. Depending on your requirement, you can either get complete or partial dentures:
These are dentures that replace all of the teeth in your mouth. They sit atop your gums as opposed to dental bridges, which are supported by your existing teeth, acting as an anchor. You can have complete dentures on the top arch and a separate complete denture on your lower arch.
One option for replacing missing teeth is using a removable partial denture. They are usually constructed out of metal or resin and use attachments and hooks that rest on the teeth to obtain retention. These have further three categories-
which you can choose from based on your distinct issues.
AIMS Dentistry is equipped with the latest technology to construct dentures that closely resemble your natural teeth. We discuss all your dental needs/expectations and go through all the options before assisting you in picking the best treatment plan. Our goal is to improve the overall quality of your life with our restorative dentistry solutions like affordable dentures and implants Missisauga.
The reasons why people opt for dentures include- loss of multiple teeth, upgrading smile, providing support to facial tissues, facilitating body functions such as speech, chewing and digestion etc. In short, a multitude of things may prompt a need for dentures. It’s only justifiable to be apprehensive about its procedure. It involves the following steps:
Although denture teeth are false, it’s equally important to clean and maintain them as your natural teeth. Let’s just say it involves more than brushing them every once in a while.
When you eat, plaque and food stick to the surface of the dentures. These are in constant contact with your gingiva. So, if you do not clean them regularly, it can result in bad breath and periodontal diseases. For your denture cleaning regime, you will need a soft towel, denture cleaning solution or mild soap, water and a soft-bristled toothbrush.
You must brush them at least once every day with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Make sure not to use regular toothpaste when brushing as it can be too abrasive and damage the surface of your dentures.
Brushing alone will not suffice. You must:
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