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Dentures are an option for patients who have lost several or all their natural teeth.

Dentures are a trusted and effective way to replace missing teeth. They are removable metal or chrome frameworks that carry single or multiple false teeth. If you choose to replace missing teeth with dentures, they will be custom made to fit the size and shape of your mouth, making them feel and look as natural as possible.

Dentures are available in both full and partial varieties.



Full (Complete) Dentures
Full (complete) dentures are made of metal or chrome and support a full set of plastic or porcelain teeth. The traditional full denture is held in the mouth by forming a seal with the gums. They can also be held in place by attaching to dental implants that are surgically placed in the bone of the jaws.

Same Day Dentures
Same day dentures are a type of denture that is put in place straight after your teeth have been extracted. Often called ‘immediate dentures,’ same day dentures are fit into the mouth immediately after a tooth extraction. They can therefore be a great confidence boost for people losing their natural teeth. Such dentures are used to immediately fill the gaps left by the removal or loss of one or multiple teeth.

Partial Dentures
Partial dentures are made with a metal chrome framework that supports the number of teeth that need to be replaced. It is held in the mouth by using clasps and rests that are carefully adapted around the natural teeth. The partial denture that uses a metal framework is the traditional design, due to the rigidity and strength of the metal.

Overdentures are a great way to replace teeth as they are comfortable and provide an increased level of function. This method will combine dental implants with dentures to help the patient feel like they have a full set of teeth in a natural way. A patient with overdentures will be able to bite into almost anything they want to.

How do I care for my dentures?
Remove your dentures after eating to rinse them. At least once a day, use a soft brush and denture cleaning solution to remove any built-up food particles. Also, soak your dentures in the solution overnight to disinfect them. If you use a denture adhesive, make sure you completely remove any remnants during cleaning.

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