People end up losing their natural teeth due to a number of reasons like periodontal disease, tooth decay, or dental trauma. But, do you wish to smile again? If your missing teeth are giving you embarrassing moments, then with dentures, you don’t have to wait anymore to bring back your smile.
Dentures are removable appliances used to replace a few or all missing teeth. They are also known as false teeth. There are different types of dentures:
Complete dentures: Complete dentures are used for replacing all missing teeth.
Partial dentures: Partial dentures are used to replace a few teeth you are missing.
Conventional dentures: Conventional dentures are placed after the extraction of the teeth and as gum tissue begins to heal. This might probably take two visits.
Immediate dentures: Immediate dentures are prepared before extraction and placed the same day after the extraction. The benefit is you don’t have to go without teeth while your gum tissue heals. Immediate dentures are just a temporary solution until you get your conventional dentures fabricated.
Overdentures: Overdentures are a full set of dentures that might be tooth-supported or implant-supported.
When you visit us, our dentist will conduct a thorough examination and determine the right treatment option. If the right dental solution for you is to get dentures, then we will take impressions of your mouth to create permanent dentures. If there is any extraction required or needs any other restoration to be placed, then the dentist will perform all of it in this first appointment. In case you get your teeth removed, then with temporary or immediate dentures, you don’t have to go back home without teeth.
Once the set of complete dentures gets ready, you will have to have to come for another appointment. Our dentist will fit your new dentures and make adjustments accordingly. If you feel any irritation or pain a few days after getting dentures, then visit the dentist immediately.
Feel free to call us now to schedule your appointment with our experienced dentists. We’ll be happy to guide you further.