Dentures / Removable appliances
Dentures/removable appliances-complete and partial dentures
Missing teeth can change a person’s smile, affect selfconfidence and social live and even make speaking and eating difficult. Missing teeth also cause an aged appearance because of a ‘sunken’ look due to bone lost.Dentures/removable appliances-complete and partial dentures can restore your smile and improve quality of life your to a surprising degree.
Full/complete dentures are a prosthetic replacement for all of your teeth, while partial dentures use any remaining teeth for support. If you have teeth that need removal, an immediate denture may be your best option. In this case, the denture is made before teeth extraction and installed on the day that the teeth are extracted. The denture can be modified either by doing a reline or a rebase as often as when necessary after the healing of soft tissues after extraction. A new denture may be necessary once healing is completed and the bone has reached a stable level.
New dentures definitely require an adjustment period. They may feel bulky and awkward at first and will require a period of time to get accustomed to speaking and eating with them. With a complete denture, the uppers are usually more stable than the lowers since there is more surface area for better adhesion. The lowers tend to be less stable. They have a smaller area of adhesion and the tongue can unseat the denture. A good option for more stability is dental implants. With implants, the denture has something solid for attachment.
The average life expectancy of a complete denture is 5-7 years, although most people will wear the same set for a longer period of time. There are many variables – the force applied while biting, rate of bone loss, type of diet, and quality of at-home dental care are all factors in the life of your dentures. When you notice that your denture has become loose and unstable, chances are it’s time for a reline or a new denture.
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