A denture is a dental prosthesis which is an artificial replacement of hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity. It can efficiently replace lost natural teeth and their adjacent soft tissues.
- Fixed, removable, complete & partial dentures avaiable.
- Reduces bite force & Reduces normal healthy digestion
- Fixed, secure with no movement option available
- Enjoy your favorite foods again
Types of Dentures
- Conventional dentures are fabricated and placed in the patient’s mouth after all or most teeth have been removed and tissues have healed. (If tooth extraction is required, several months of healing must take place before conventional dentures can be provided.) Conventional dentures can replace:
- All of your teeth on your upper arch, lower arch, or both.
- Most of your teeth. In this case, an over denture is fabricated to fit over one or more natural teeth or dental implants for support.
- Immediate dentures are inserted in the patient’s mouth as soon as any remaining teeth are removed. With immediate dentures, the wearer has teeth to use during the healing period. Oftentimes, denture wearers switch to conventional dentures when their gums have shrunk after the healing period.