Complete Denture

Numerous circumstances, including trauma, illness, congenital disabilities and general neglect, can lead to tooth loss. Social and economic factors may also have a role in this. It relies on functional, sociological, and financial factors if people intend to restore their lost teeth.

Complete Denture

What is Complete Denture?

The patient is already advised before the procedure about the shortcomings and outcomes of the process. To disguise all critical clinical components, including prosthesis fit, patient comfort, aesthetics, occlusion, denture base extensions and post-placement instructions, a complete denture takes meticulous attention to detail.

getting Denture

Steps for getting a Denture

  • Pre-dental check-up: The preliminary visit will assure the soft tissue and gums are healthy and prepared for the fresh teeth.
  • Adjusting the length and plane of a denture: We will determine the length of the new teeth supported by the patient's mouth at the second visit.
  • Try-in: This stage of the denture process is crucial. To ensure you are happy with the general color, look, fit and feel of the denture, the dental lab will send you a mockup of your denture that includes a set of premade plastic teeth set in wax.
  • Final Denture: This is frequently the final denture fitting. The lab has transformed the prepared teeth into a sturdy, tissue-colored acrylic base.

What Is A Partial Denture?

Partials, also known as partial dentures, are artificial replacement teeth that fill in a patient's mouth where a few teeth are missing. Dentures are supported by the tissues that surround them in the mouth.

Partial Denture Treatment

Partial Denture Treatment

The cleaning of the teeth comes first in the process of constructing a denture. Your dentist could prepare the teeth that the denture will use as support during this stage. The top and lower dental arches of your mouth will then be accurately captured in an impression and your bite will be noted.

Acrylic is used only to create partial dentures; metal and acrylic are combined. The anatomy and particular demands of the patient dictate the planning of the denture. Teeth are attached to a gum-colored base and partial dentures are made specifically for your needs. The Bases are connected to clasps, which are attached to the existing teeth.

Types of Partial Denture

Types of Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are used to fill in a patient's mouth where a few teeth are missing. The encircling tissues inside the mouth support dentures. The upper mandible's partials fill up a few gaps from missing teeth.

Types of partial dentures include the following:

  • Tooth Flipper: Removable Partial Denture
  • Flexible Partial Denture
  • Cast Metal Partial Denture

What Is an Implant Overdenture?

Overdentures are missing teeth that are supported by dental implants. A patient will have overdenture surgery if they have a missing tooth and have enough jawbone to support the implant. Overdentures enhance the patient's quality of life and confidence. When one or more natural teeth are required to keep a denture, most people will select overdenture implants because overdentures are typically detachable.

Implant Overdenture

Don't put up with loose dentures any longer. Call immediately to schedule a consultation session so we can further explore how this procedure can alter your life and give you back the comfort and confidence you deserve. If a patient only has a few good teeth or tooth roots left, they will be fitted with implant dentures or an oral implant overdenture.

Denture Implant

Overall, treatment time and cost decrease, and fewer implants are required. The requirement for bone graft surgery to enhance bone volume is reduced by the higher stability offered by an implant-supported overdenture. Overdentures supported by implants can be attached using a variety of abutment-based attachments or bar-and-clip attachment techniques.

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