Denture are custom-made prostheses designed to replace missing teeth. If you are missing all of your teeth, you would need a complete denture, but if you are missing some of your teeth, you would need a partial denture. Full dentures and partial dentures are removable, and you take them out at night.
If you are missing all of your teeth, a complete denture will restore your ability to chew and your ability to smile. Dentures are made of acrylic and plastic and are safe and reliable and can be worn throughout the day. When made properly, dentures are esthetic and will also help you to speak more clearly than you would have been able to without teeth.
No dental prosthetics can replace your natural teeth – even dental implants have limitations. Much of the success of complete dentures is dependent upon how much bone the person has remaining in their mouth. Because dentures work in part by fitting around the bone in the mouth, patients with more bone naturally do better with dentures than patients who do not have adequate bone. In the case where a patient has lost a significant amount of bone, they may find it necessary to use “paste” or denture adhesive in order to help keep the denture in place. And while complete dentures are fabricated specifically for your mouth and can fit well, you don’t have the same chewing power with dentures as you would with your natural teeth.
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