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Dentures

If you have lost your natural teeth you may want to consider dentures, they are artificial teeth and gums that are formed to your mouth to replace lost or removed natural teeth.  Dentures can either be full or partial, meaning they can either replace all teeth on either the top or bottom gum line, or just a few that are missing. Regardless of what kind of dentures you may need, they will be custom designed to fit your mouth, and visually matched to your existing teeth.

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Why wear dentures?

Dentures not only improve the appearance of a smile that has multiple missing teeth, but they also keep the structure of the mouth sound by supporting the structures around the cheeks and lips. Dentures also make it possible to eat foods that require chewing, making it possible to keep your diet the same and ensure that you are properly nourished. Lastly, dentures are a viable solution to replace teeth that are causing serious pain and oral health issues, such as those with rotted roots or severe damage. Having dentures fitted means that troublesome teeth are eliminated and replaced with a strong and beautiful alternative.

Partial dentures

Partial dentures are often used instead of other tooth replacement methods when the surrounding natural teeth are not strong enough to support structures such as dental bridges, or when more than one or two teeth are missing.

The partial dentures are fitted to the part of the gum line that they will sit on and fasten to nearby natural teeth to keep from falling out of place. They are not permanently fastened, however, and can be easily taken out at any time for cleaning and while sleeping.

Full dentures

Full dentures, otherwise known as complete dentures, are dentures that replace all of your natural teeth. You can have them fitted for your top or bottom gum line and are held in place by suction and/or the help of an oral adhesive. Just like partial dentures, they are easily removable.

How should I clean my dentures?

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Clean them daily using a soft denture brush and a non-abrasive denture cleaner, not toothpaste. Also, keep them moist when not in use.

What are dentures made of?

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Modern dentures are typically made from acrylic resins, but can also include metal components.

Can I repair dentures at home?

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No, trying to repair dentures yourself can damage them further. Always consult with your dentist or prosthodontist.
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