Dentures are removable replacements of one tooth or an entire row of teeth. They are anchored in artificial gum material, which is made of resin and can have a metal base. Replacement of all of the teeth is possible with dentures.
Whether you are looking to replace an entire row, both rows, or just need a partial denture, we have the right one for you. We have many different kinds of solutions to the problems that missing teeth can present, and our dentures thus come in many different kinds. From different materials to different stabilization methods, we are confident that our dentures can solve your problems, even if you have no teeth left. Read on to find out more.
Dentures are rows of artificial teeth or dental crowns, that are meant to replace an entire row of teeth, or most of one that has been missing. Dentures are not attached to natural teeth, dentures can come in a variety of materials, and can be made with or without an artificial gum material to anchor the row of crowns with. Usually, dentures are removable, and are adhered or the force of suction keeps them in place, or they are attached to a bite plate that goes over the roof of the mouth. But they can also be attached to dental implants, and can be removable or fixed.
Although the main difference between different kinds of dentures is whether or not they can be removed or are constantly in the mouth, there are several other ways we can differentiate between them, and break them into categories.
These kinds of dentures are the basic form of the denture, the kind that stays in and is adhered to the mouth. The denture is stabilised using dental adhesive, and these dentures and partial dentures are sadly more prone to falling out than other kinds of dentures. Usually these kinds of dentures come with some kind of artificial gum material or a bite plate that the dental crowns are on, but this is not a matter of fact. The basic internal structure of these dentures is usually metal, but other materials can be sued, too.Book Cost
Removable dentures come in two kinds: the kind that need to be adhered but can be taken out easily, and the kind that come with a biteplate and the suction in the mouth can keep the denture in place. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. The adhesive can prove stronger than you imagined, and can cause problems upon removal. If suction is keeping the denture in pace, the it is easier to remove, but the mechanism of keeping your denture in place is frailer. The mouth changes frequently when there are no teeth in it, and so the biteplate that was once good will have to be readjusted every few months or years. (Denture Cleansers)Book Cost
Dentures can be removable or fixed and be attached to dental implants. Dental implants can serve as the stabilising factor, and the denture can be attached to the dental implants via a click bar or an o-ring. The denture would then be attached to an abutment that attaches to the click bar.
If you already wear a denture or partial denture, and are experiencing denture sores, discomfort and pain while wearing your dentures, then why not get in touch with us and let s readjust your denture? Although wearing dentures may be strange at first, they should not be painful, and should not cause sores or damage to the soft tissues. If these conditions occur, then the denture needs to be adjusted or repaired and refitted.Book Cost
Dentures can end the problems that having edentulous conditions can cause, and can help with speech impediments, biting and eating food that may be impossible with a lack of teeth, and can help with boosting your confidence by greatly improving your appearance. Get in touch with us and find out what a good pair of dentures can do for you!
If you would like to get dentures, or wish to adjust your existing dentures, or have them repaired, contact our friendly customer care staff and they will happily book an appointment for you to see a dentist.