Dentures

If someone has lost their natural teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury or due to decay, we can assist them. Replacing the missing teeth with the help of dentures can benefit the facial structure of a person and their ability to speak and eat. Dentures are said to be removable replacements for the teeth that are designed to look and function like natural teeth.

Types

You can explore different types of complete dentures. An absolute denture will replace all of the missing teeth. A partial denture is able to replace the teeth when a few absent teeth are found between the healthy teeth. The third one is the conventional full denture which replaces all of the teeth and is placed in the mouth after the residual teeth are removed and the tissues have healed that may take numerous months. An instant temporary denture can be inserted when the residual teeth are removed. With instant dentures, the denture wearer doesn’t have to live without the teeth at the time of the healing period.

Even if someone wears full dentures, they need to take care of their mouth. They need to make an attempt in brushing their gums, tongue as well as palate with a soft-bristled toothbrush every morning before inserting their dentures to excite circulation in their tissues and assist in eliminating plaque along with evening after removing the dentures. Our teeth contain a role in providing a structure for both cheeks and face. As a result, tooth loss can result in making an older appearance and sagging of the cheeks.