What are dentures?
Dentures are an effective solution for those who have lost one or more teeth. They provide an affordable way to restore your smile, improve your facial appearance, and enhance your chewing ability. The absence of teeth can lead to various discomforting problems, including difficulty eating and speaking, as well as impacting your overall appearance.
There are two main types of dentures: complete and removable partial. While fixed prosthetics may offer more comfort, removable dentures offer the convenience of being able to remove them for cleaning and maintenance.
Teeth Dentures treatment procedures
- The Dental Examination Process
At your first appointment, your dentist will conduct a comprehensive examination to assess your oral health and gather information about your medical history. This important step ensures that any underlying conditions or infections are taken into account before proceeding with the denture placement process.
- Crafting Your Dentures
Our in-house laboratory will create custom-fit dentures tailored to your specific needs. The process begins with taking a mold of your teeth and gums, which will be used to fabricate your dentures using premium-quality, durable materials.
- The Fitting Experience
Once your dentures are complete, they will be fitted to your mouth. If you experience any discomfort or pain during this process, our team will make any necessary adjustments to ensure a comfortable fit. This final step will help restore your smile, improve your oral health, and give you back the confidence to eat, speak, and smile with ease.
The Benefits of Dentures
Revitalized Smile: Dentures can restore the appearance of your smile by replacing missing teeth, giving you back the confidence to show off your pearly whites.
Enhanced Functionality: In addition to improving your smile, dentures can also enhance your ability to chew and bite food. This can improve your overall oral health and comfort.
Convenient Removability: Dentures are designed to be removable, allowing you to easily take them out when needed, such as while sleeping. This makes it simple to clean them and maintain good oral hygiene.