Oral and Dental Health

What Are Dentures?

Prostheses are placed on removable teeth to replace missing teeth and your mouth is. Although there is never like to take time to get used to the prosthesis and natural teeth, the dentures are made today, the natural-looking than the older and more useful.

There are two types of dentures: full and partial. Your dentist should be replaced and the cost based on the number of teeth will help you choose the best dentures for you.

What is the function of the prosthesis?
In complete dentures, gum base used acrylic colors to be placed on the gums. The base of the upper denture and covers the upper part of the palate, the lower denture is shaped horseshoe easy for you to play your language.

Dentures are prepared in the dental laboratory according to the model from your mouth. Your dentist will determine which of the three prostheses described below and which is suitable for you.

Conventional Full Dentures
Conventional full denture is placed in your mouth after you recover all your remaining teeth may in whole or mouth after teeth pulled and textures. Healing may take several months, during which time no no teeth in your mouth.
Temporary Full Dentures
Temporary full denture is inserted immediately after shooting the remaining teeth in your mouth. (Your dentist takes measurements and makes a model of the previous seansd your chin.) Temporary prosthesis, may seem like a better solution than toothless stay, a few months after the installation must be corrected again. The reason is that it leads to prosthesis loosening during the remodeling and healing of the bone supporting the teeth.
Partial Dentures
Partial dentures are placed with a metal nail inserted into your natural teeth. Placed on some of your natural tooth crowns, dentures fixed. Partial dentures are used as an alternative to the bridge due to the ability to install and remove.
How long will I get used to my prosthesis?
New dentures may be the first few weeks or even strange or uncomfortable the first few months. Eating and need a little getting used to the prosthesis to speak. A feeling of fullness or looseness is normal, your cheek and tongue learn to keep your muscles prosthesis in place. Excessive saliva flow, language and sensation resulting from inability to find sufficient space slight irritation or pain is normal. If you feel discomfort, go to your dentist for control fluid.

Dentures How Long?
Over time, therefore corrected yıpranacaktırv denture, you will need to reseat or re-done. Re-fitting, floor standing available means to remake the denture teeth. Also you get older, your mouth will change naturally. These changes will lead to a relaxation of your denture, making it difficult to chew and will irritate your gums. At the very least, you need to look your dentist once a year for checkups.

Some tips on how to care for your prosthesis:

Sign in or grab a towel on the prosthesis cleaning. Dentures are delicate and may break if dropped.
Do not allow to dry dentures. Prosthesis when not in use, the liquid solution into the denture cleanser or just put into the water. Never use hot water, can lead to the curves of your denture.
Daily brushing dentures to clean food debris and plaque, which will prevent staining. Ultrasonic cleaner can be used to care for your prosthesis, but does not take the place of a comprehensive daily brushing.
Before installing your prosthesis your gums, your tongue and palate every morning, scrub with a soft bristled toothbrush. This improves circulation in the tissue and assists in the removal of plaque.
When your prosthesis is broken, when it crumbled, go to your dentist or unwind when the crack attempt to repair by yourself, as you may damage the denture repairs can not be done otherwise.