Restoring Confidence with Dentures

Dentures, often referred to as dental prosthetics, are custom-made replacements for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. These provide individuals with the ability to regain their oral functionality, enhancing their speech, chewing capabilities, and overall confidence. Whether partial or full, dentures play a vital role in restoring smiles and enabling individuals to embrace life with comfort.


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FAQS About Dentures
Dentures are removable dental prosthetics used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They come in various types, including complete dentures (for replacing all teeth) and partial dentures (for replacing some missing teeth).
Dentures are custom-made for each individual. The process involves taking impressions of the mouth, creating a model to ensure proper fit and aesthetics, and fabricating the final denture based on the model.
Yes, modern dentures are designed to look natural and blend with the remaining teeth and gum tissues. Dentists carefully match the colour and shape of the artificial teeth to create a lifelike appearance.
Adjusting to dentures may take some time. Initially, you may experience slight difficulty with eating and speaking, but with practice, these functions should improve. Over time, you should be able to eat and speak comfortably.
Proper denture care includes daily cleaning, soaking in a denture solution when not in use, and gently brushing the dentures to remove food particles and plaque. Regular dental check-ups are also essential to maintain their fit and condition.
It is generally recommended to remove dentures while sleeping to give your gums and supporting tissues a chance to rest and recover from wearing the dentures throughout the day.
The lifespan of dentures can vary based on factors such as care, maintenance, and changes in the mouth’s shape over time. On average, dentures may last 5-10 years before needing replacement or adjustment.
Denture adhesives can help improve the stability and fit of dentures, especially for lower dentures. However, well-fitted dentures should not rely solely on adhesives for support.
Yes, dentures can often be repaired if they break or get damaged. It’s essential to consult with a dentist for proper evaluation and repair.
Yes, dental implants can be used to anchor and stabilise dentures, providing a more secure and comfortable fit. Implant-supported dentures can significantly improve chewing ability and prevent denture slippage.

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