Dentures are removable false teeth attached to a plastic called acrylic or metal called cobalt. There are two main types of Dentures: full and partial. Dentures can be made to closely resemble your natural teeth so that little change in appearance will be noticeable. Dentures will improve the look of your smile and help fill out the appearance of your face and profile. Dentures improve chewing ability and speech while providing support for facial muscles.
Using only high quality materials, the latest technology and clinical techniques we ensure that your new dentures will be made without compromise. This will enhance chewing function and restore you with a natural smile. At ‘The Dentist’ we will work with you to determine the best form of Denture treatment for your individual needs. In order to make a denture we will take an impression of the jaw and any remaining teeth using a special flexible material. We will also determine the color and shape of the artificial teeth and the relationship between jaws. 


Live well with new dentures
 Comfort:  Allow yourself time to get used to a new denture, even if you have worn one before. 

Eating:   You will need to learn to "balance" placement of food because dentures may tip up or place excessive force on areas of the gums. If you have not worn a denture before your gums may feel sore as they adjust to their new roles in eating. Avoid eating sticky food, sharp or hard foods. Cut food into small pieces and try to chew on both sides of the mouth at the same time. Start out with soft food and add other foods as you learn to adjust. 
Speech: Your tongue and cheek muscles will need time to get used to holding your denture in place as you speak. Try practicing in front of a mirror. Initially you may produce lots of saliva but this will subside as your mouth gets use to the denture. If your dentures "click" when you talk try talking more slowly.

Soreness: If soreness occurs call us for an appointment. We will see where the sore area is in your mouth to adjust your denture. You may need to leave your denture out if the soreness is excessive. 

Denture cleaning and maintenance
 Cleaning: Dentures need regular cleaning like normal teeth. A soft tooth brush or cloth will be useful for cleaning both. Clean your dentures after each meal. Don't use abrasives or strong chemicals or hot water. 

Breakage: Dentures are easy to break if dropped. Always be very careful when you take them out to clean them. Stand over a folded towel or basin of water when removing and handling the dentures. Don't glue broken pieces of dentures back together as this can damage the denture and may make it impossible to repair. 
Rest: We will advise you on what is best for your individual circumstances but often it is best to leave dentures out at night to allow your gums to rest. Initially with a new denture we will probably advise you to leave the denture in all the time so you get use to it. When you leave your dentures out, place them in water so they don't dry. Dentures that are allowed to dry up may warp.

Denture adhesive: A denture adhesive can provide additional retention for well-fitting dentures. A poorly fitting dentures will cause problems so see the dentist if your denture doesn't fit well. 

Dentures replacement: Your mouth will change naturally over time. Bone and gum can shrink or recede and your jaws may align differently. Loose dentures can contribute to additional health problems. In these conditions a new denture can improve facial features. 

Dental appointments: Regular check ups are still important with dentures and are most important if you have a partial denture. 

Immediate dentures

Immediate dentures are inserted at the same appointment as the removal of teeth. In order to allow this we need to take moulds of the mouth during a previous visit. The advantage of this denture is that the wearer doesn't have to go without teeth after the teeth are removed. The disadvantage is that bone and gums shrink over time, especially in the initial 3 months after teeth removal. The shrinkage will result in the denture becoming less well fitting and usually the denture will need to have its fitting surface "relined" or "rebased" after this period of time.

We ‘The Dentist’ assure you to provide with quality well fitting dentures that will look great and function well. We promise we will not finish anything until you absolutely love the look of your new dentures.

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