Dentures, commonly referred as removable set of teeth

Dentures are known to be artificial teeth, which are made to replace the missing teeth, taking the support of surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Dentures help in regaining the look, feel and function of the natural teeth.

COMPLETE DENTURES

  • Complete Dentures or Full Dentures are worn by patients who have all teeth missing in the upper & lower arch. Dentures help patients in CHEWING, PRONUNCIATION, improves APPEARANCE. And mainly increases individuals SELF-ESTEEM.

Dentures, commonly referred as removable set of teeth

Dentures are known to be artificial teeth, which are made to replace the missing teeth, taking the support of surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Dentures help in regaining the look, feel and function of the natural teeth.

COMPLETE DENTURES

  • Complete Dentures or Full Dentures are worn by patients who have all teeth missing in the upper & lower arch. Dentures help patients in CHEWING, PRONUNCIATION, improves APPEARANCE. And mainly increases individuals SELF-ESTEEM.

PARTIAL DENTURES

Partial Dentures are for patients who desires to have replaced his missing teeth for funtional or aesthetic reason and who can’t have fixed prosthesis (bridge or cap) for any number of reason.

PARTIAL DENTURES

Partial Dentures are for patients who desires to have replaced his missing teeth for funtional or aesthetic reason and who can’t have fixed prosthesis (bridge or cap) for any number of reason.

Single Tooth Denture

Multiple Tooth Denture

Flexible Denture

Cast Partial Denture

Common problems faced by Dentures patients

  • you may feel awkward initially.
  • minor irritation, soreness.
  • increase in saliva flow initially.

  • difficulty in chewing, but after practice you can eat efficiently.

  • difficulty in pronouniciation of certain words initially.

Tips to keep your Dentures Clean

  • dentures must be brushed and cleaned daily to remove food deposits.
  • cleaning should be done using mild or a bathing soap or a handwash.
  • dentures lose shape if kept dry, when not worn a denture must be kept water only.

  • dentures are very delicate, they may break if dropped or if they fall.

  • visit your dentist regularly for follow-ups.

Single Tooth Denture

Multiple Tooth Denture

Flexible Denture

Cast Partial Denture

Common problems faced by Dentures patients

  • you may feel awkward initially.
  • minor irritation, soreness.
  • increase in saliva flow initially.
  • difficulty in chewing, but after practice you can eat efficiently.
  • difficulty in pronouniciation of certain words initially.

Tips to keep your Dentures Clean

  • dentures must be brushed and cleaned daily to remove food deposits.
  • cleaning should be done using mild or a bathing soap or a handwash.
  • dentures lose shape if kept dry, when not worn a denture must be kept water only.

  • dentures are very delicate, they may break if dropped or if they fall.

  • visit your dentist regularly for follow-ups.