For many years, a denture is a prosthetic option for the old age patients who want to replace their complete or partial missing teeth. At Dr. Nilawar dental clinic, we provide all the prosthetic option for the restoration of teeth for the patients with missing teeth.
There are following types of dental prosthesis treatment available-
Complete Removable Denture:
This is a custom-made ceramic prosthesis of all teeth for the patients with no teeth. The main concern of edentulous patients is they experience difficulty in chewing also, without teeth, their face looks punched. Complete denture regains the ability to chew and improve the facial appearance of the patient. The patient needs to take care of their denture just like their natural teeth. Clean your denture before you wear, and remove them at night. When the denture is not in use, keep it in dental solution.
Partial Removable Dentures:
Just like a complete denture, partial denture is a partial prosthesis for the patient with one or more missing teeth. You can care for your partial denture just like a complete denture.
Fixed Partial Denture:
Fixed dentures are made with the help of metal frame, which is a fixed dental prosthesis. You can care your partial denture just like your natural teeth.
Did you know?
- Dentures require gentle care and regular cleaning.
- When you are not using your denture, keep them moist soaking in a denture solution
- Brush your dentures gently using a soft-bristled toothbrush every day
- Do not to drop the dentures, as they may break
- Avoid exposing your Denture to hot food that may cause warping
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I a candidate for removable dentures?
If you have one or more missing teeth then you are the candidate for the denture.
What should I expect during my treatment?
The dentist will take an impression of your jaw, where the teeth to be fixed. If you have all missing teeth then you can get your denture fixed within few days. If you require one or more teeth excluded, treatment may take several months for recovery of your gums.
Do I follow any special aftercare instructions?
Once your dentures adapt to your jaw, you begin wearing them daily.
Keep your dentures clean every day just like your natural teeth.
If you feel any uneasiness with the dentures, visit your dentist.