Implant Dentures

Implant Dentures

Dentures are dental restoratives that are used to restore missing or broken teeth. Dentures can be easily inserted into and out of the mouth. Dentures can either provide a replacement for the entire set of teeth or only for a certain number of teeth. Dentures will guarantee the patients with the ability to improve not only the appearance of their teeth but also their speech.

There are basically two types of dentures. They are complete dentures and partial dentures. Complete dentures that provide a replacement for the entire set of teeth. Partial dentures will help patients to replace a particular number of teeth.

How do dentures work?

Dentures are engineered to provide a convenient solution to the dilemma of missing teeth. They are used by patients who underwent tooth extractions. Dentures are acrylic in the material.

Dentures function by providing support to the facial skeleton which directly affects your cheeks and lips. The dentures are designed to appear as natural teeth. They are a great solution for patients who suffer from tooth loss.

Conventional dentures can be designed to replace the entire teeth. These dentures will be inserted after all the teeth have been removed. The gums will be allowed to heal after which the dentures would be inserted.

Immediate dentures are those that are inserted as soon as the teeth have been extracted. The tissues would heal beneath the dentures.

Implant supported dentures use implants to increase the stability of the upper or lower denture. In order to do so, the implants will be used to secure the denture into place. 

How does a denture look like?

A complete denture has two parts, the upper denture, and the lower denture. The upper denture is designed to have the color of flesh to make it appear life-like and its major component is acrylic. The lower denture has a horseshoe structure. The upper denture will be covering the portion of the palate.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are those that will help patients find a replacement for just a specific set of teeth. A useful restorative technique to replace one or more missing teeth, these dentures will certainly help patients improve their speech and accent. There are several types of partial dentures.

Transitional Partial Denture: These are plastic dentures that provide a temporary tooth replacement option. It will help while the patient recovers from tooth extractions. Dental implants can be placed on top of the gum as they heal with the help of these partial dentures.

Removable Partial Denture: These are light-weighted partial dentures. They are made up of Vitallium. They are more comfortable to wear than those made out of plastic.

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