Why are Dentures Important? Farmington, MI

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Dentures are portable dental appliance that replaces missing teeth. Dentures helped restore the smile and designed to look natural so that the patient will feel comfortable wearing it. A denture may be uncomfortable at first for some patients, but they will eventually get used to it.


What are the Different Types of Dentures?

Conventional Denture

After the healing of the gums and tissues, dentures are then placed in the mouth.

Immediate Denture

After the removal of the remaining teeth, dentures are then placed immediately. However, the patient needs to have a follow up check up to the dentist within the healing process to realigned the dentures.

Partial Denture

If the patient still has few remaining teeth, the best option is to have a partial denture. A partial denture is made of bridges and artificial teeth attached to a gum-like plastic base to support the stability of the denture.

Advantages of Having Dentures

  • Restores Smile
  • Increases facial muscles stability
  • Improves confidence and appearance
  • Eat and Speak comfortably

Taking care of Denture includes the following:

Consider the denture to be the original teeth. Just like the teeth denture needs proper oral hygiene. Here are some tips to keep the Dentures clean.

  • Brush the Denture regularly
  • Clean the mouth by rinsing and brushing the tongue
  • Keep the denture in a closed container when not in use
  • Keep the denture soaked in a solution when not in use
  • If dentures crack, loosen or break, visit your dentist

New dentures tend to feel uncomfortable to the patients, and it is normal. Patients need few weeks to adjust to the new denture and get used to it. Excessive saliva flow, the loose feeling is normal until the muscles of the cheek and gums learn to hold the Denture. Follow-up checkups with the dentist are required to ensure the stability and to keep track of the denture.

If you are wearing dentures and you are not entirely comfortable with them, give us a call at (248) 266-8581 so we can discuss our denture services in Farmington and help you with your denture concerns.