WHAT ARE DENTURES?
Dentures are removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Some dentures are designed to replace a few missing teeth. Other types of dentures replace all of your teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues.
WHEN ARE DENTURES REQUIRED?
Tooth decay, gum disease, and facial injuries can lead to tooth loss. Depending on how many teeth are lost, dentures may be necessary.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF MISSING TEETH ARE NOT REPLACED?
When teeth are missing, facial muscles can sag over time. Dentures are designed to help fill out your facial profile and improve your appearance. They also make it easier to eat, chew, and speak regularly. Not replacing missing teeth leads to sagging of facial muscles, problems with digestion due to inability to chew food properly.
WHAT ARE TYPES OF DENTURES?
Depending on the requirement, dentures are Partial Dentures, complete Dentures, Cast Partial Dentures.
REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
Removable partial dentures replace one or few missing teeth.
An Removable Partial Denture consists of replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored plastic base. It takes support of neighboring healthy teeth and soft tissue like gums.
Complete dentures are removable prosthesis are designed to replace a full set of teeth.They take support of the gums to restore functionality, smile. They can be easily removed, whether it’s to clean your denture or simply to give your gums a rest.
CAST PARTIAL DENTURE
Cast Partial Dentures are removable dentures which have metal framework and replace few or more missing teeth. They take support from neighboring healthy teeth. They have cast metal frameworks which offers numerous advantages over the conventional partial dentures commonly used. The frameworks of these dentures are cast to fit the teeth. Since they sit on the teeth, as well as being attached to them, they are extremely stable and retentive.
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