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Dental Prosthetist is the best choice when it comes to dentures and denture repairs. They are professionals in the fit and construction of false teeth, and will work with you through all stages of the process to ensure the best fit, function and look possible.
Usually not. Dentures are designed to resemble your natural teeth. You will be able to speak, chew and look just like someone with natural teeth.
Most dentures should be replaced every five to seven years, but dentures may need to be replaced sooner or later, depending on the fit and wear. Often the fit of the denture changes over the years as your mouth changes, so regular check ups are recommended to keep your dentures fitting and looking great.
Not necessarily. With traditional dentures, patients may be instructed to remove them at night and place them in a container of water by their bed so that the gum tissue can "rest".
When you take your dentures out make sure you fill the hand basin with water or place a wet towel on the basin ( so if you accidentally drop your denture they will have a soft landing and won't break) lightly wash your dentures with lukewarm water, a soft denture brush and denture cleaner, rinse well and place your dentures in your mouth.
Yes. Many people who have a dry mouth due to hormone changes or other conditions experience problems with their dentures. "Artificial saliva" can be prescribed to help overcome these problems.
Dental implants, unlike dentures, are titanium roots placed into your jaw to stabilize an overdenture. If you are a suitable candidate, they can help prevent the deterioration of the jaw bone often caused by dentures. They also offer more functionality, permitting you to enjoy the foods you love.
Implants are best described as artificial tooth roots placed in the jaw. These artificial roots can be used to help support an overdenture.
This is a denture that is supported, stabilized and otherwise held into place by dental implants that have been inserted into the jaw. This may be a fixed or a removable appliance.