WHAT ARE DENTURES?
Dentures are the artificial teeth worn by the people who don't have their real teeth. Dentures are also called false teeth or dental plate.
ALL BRITE DENTISTRY HAS THE SERVICES REGARDING ALL TYPE OF DENTURES.
All Brite Dentistry is giving the best dentures/ set of dentures at a minimal or cheap cost.
All type of Denture services are available over here like-
- Complete Dentures
- Bottom Dentures / Lower Dentures
- Cast Metal Partial Dentures
- Plastic Dentures
- Partial Dentures
1. Removable Partial Dentures
2. Tooth flipper
3. Permanent Partial Dentures
Complete dentures can be "conventional" or "immediate." Conventional Dentures can be placed only after the healing of gums, while Immediate Dentures can be placed immediately after the removal of real teeth.
BOTTOM / LOWER DENTURES
Bottom/ Lower dentures are the dentures which are placed on the lower jaw. CAST METAL PARTIAL DENTURES a cast metal partial dentures involve a framework that is attached by way of clasps connected to the crowns. The metal frame is not visible (the gum-colored acrylic plastic covers it), but the clasps may be visible when you smile.
Plastic partial dentures have normally been used as temporary replacements for missing teeth, allowing the gums and bone to heal before a defined treatment.
Partial dentures can be made with a plastic base or a metal framework that supports the number of teeth that need to be replaced while treatment. It is held in your mouth by using clasps and rests that are carefully adapted by the natural teeth. The partial denture that has a metal framework is the traditional design, due to its rigidity and strength.
REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES
A removable partial denture (RPD) is a denture for the patients who desires to have replacement of one tooth or some teeth for its functioning or some aesthetic reasons and who cannot have a bridge (a fixed partial denture) for any reason, such as a lack of required teeth to serve as support for a bridge or financial limitations. TOOTH FLIPPER A dental flipper is the type of removable partial denture, which is used as a temporary stand-in while we order a more long-term replacement. It’s a great partial denture option for replacing one tooth or more than one. The benefit of using a tooth flipper is to diminish bone loss in the mouth and tooth movement as the gums heal.
Now probably you would be having a lot of queries regarding dentures, that when should we keep it and when we should not. So, this column is going to clear all those inquiries.
PERMANENT PARTIAL DENTURES
A permanent partial denture is a replacement for your missing teeth. Whether the teeth are missing because of tooth decay or other factors. A patient needs this type of denture if he or she has other teeth remaining in the mouth. Many patients are opting for this option instead of a removable denture as the permanent partial variety is custom-made to fit just right into the teeth. There are two types of permanent partial dentures: those held in place with cast retention clasps and those held together with attachments that fit directly into slots or rings built on the crown extensions.
Now probably you would be having a lot of queries regarding dentures, that when should we keep it and when we should not. So, this column is going to clear all those inquiries. CAN I EAT WITH DENTURES?
Eating after Healing is seriously easy. Once you are fully adjusted to wearing and chewing with dentures, you should be able to eat almost everything, as dentures are something which has been designed with an expectation that it will make chewing easy. However, there may be some foods that will be always difficult to eat like hard and sticky food such as chewing gum, candies etc.
IS IT OKAY TO SLEEP WITH YOUR DENTURES?
Whether you wear full or partial dentures, taking them out is very important to give the gums and its tissues a chance to take rest, recover and receive beneficial exposure to the antibacterial agents naturally present in your saliva.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR REMOVABLE DENTURES?
Removable partial or full dentures require a proper care to keep them clean and free from stains for their best look. For the best denture care:
• Remove and rinse dentures after eating every day. Rinse your dentures in running water to remove food debris and other loose particles from it. You may have to place a towel on the in the sink or put some water in the sink so the dentures won't break if you drop them into that.
• Handle your dentures very carefully. Be sure you don't bend or damage the plastic or the clasps while cleaning them.
• Make sure you clean your mouth after removing your dentures. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush or a denture brush on natural teeth and gauze or a soft toothbrush to clean your tongue, cheeks and roof of your mouth. If used, remove the remaining denture adhesive from your gums.
• Brush your dentures daily. It is just to keep your mouth healthy. Soak and brush them with a soft toothbrush and nonabrasive denture cleanser to remove food, plaque, and other deposits on the dentures.
• Soak dentures overnight in water or a mild denture-soaking solution.
• Rinse dentures thoroughly before putting them back in your mouth, especially if using a denture-soaking solution as these solutions contains harmful chemicals that cause vomiting, pain or burns if swallowed.
• Schedule regular dental checkups. Make sure you visit us according to the timetable. Your regular check-up is necessary.
• Visit us if you have any loose fit. Loose dentures can cause sores, irritation and infection.
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We at All Brite Dentistry want to give each of our patients the most gentle and highest quality dental care possible. It starts with your very first phone call. Compassion and understanding are a priority.
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