If some teeth are missing Denture is a replacement for missing teeth that is removable from the mouth. Patients may receive full or partial dentures depend on the number of missing teeth. Full dentures are used when all the natural teeth are missing. There are two kinds of full dentures.
Full and Partial Denture:
Conventional Full Dentures – This is when all the teeth are extracted, and the patient is without any teeth for 1-2 months for the tissue to heal.
Immediate Full Dentures – Before extracting the teeth, we take measurements to process fabrication of your Denture, and after removing the teeth, the dentures are immediately placed in your mouth. You, as a patient, spend any time without teeth. You need to have a follow-up visit for adjustment because the jaw bone will slightly change shape as your mouth heels.
Partial Denture is another option when some teeth need to be removed. Partial Dentures are an option when some teeth are missing. Partial dentures are made of full acrylic or metal base with acrylic.
Dentures may take time to feel comfortable and get used to them. Sometimes feel bulky, and other times might be loose. Over time you learn how to eat, speak, and chew. It is always better than not having teeth. You can clean and brush them to remove the plaque and food debris. You should remove them at bedtime, and after cleaning, keep them in water or denture cleaning solution.
Eat, Speak, & Smile Confidently
An Enhanced Smile
Significant gaps in your smile can cause your cheeks to become sunken, which significantly ages your appearance. Dentures can support your facial tissues to maintain your appearance.
Improved Quality of Life
Once your bite is complete, you will be able to chew more comfortably, enunciate clearly, and smile with confidence. Many patients experience a significantly improved quality of life.
Enjoy Greater Stability with Implants
A denture can be anchored to the jawbone using dental implants. With an implant-supported denture, you can enjoy peace of mind in knowing they will not slip out of place.
Implant-supported dentures are durable dental prostheses used to restore the function and appearance of your smile after the loss of multiple teeth. The implant overdentures are the possible treatment for potential implant candidates who are completely edentulous. Patients are aware of the
Problems associated with complete dentures mostly in mandibular dentures than any other dental prosthesis. The placement of implants enhanced the support, retention, and stability of an overdenture.
Dr. Ahmadian, practicing in Arlington Advanced Dental Care, is highly trained in his field and can combine dentures with dental implants to create stable and beautiful restorations.