Dentures – Revive Dental | Look Good. Feel Good.
Are you embarrassed because you have missing teeth and don’t want to smile or laugh? Do you avoid going to activities because you are worried you might have to show your less than attractive smile? There are several ways to correct this problem and one of them is to have Dr. Page supply you with dentures made from false teeth.
Most dentures (false teeth) are made of acrylic and can be produced in the following two ways.
Conventional dentures are made after all the teeth have been extracted and the tissues (gums) in your mouth have healed in preparation for you to wear your dentures. This healing takes about 8-12 weeks.
are made after all the teeth have been extracted and the tissues (gums) in your mouth have healed in preparation for you to wear your dentures. This healing takes about 8-12 weeks. An immediate denture is produced that you can wear immediately after the teeth are extracted and your gums heal under the dentures. These false teeth dentures can be worn right away, which affords you to get back to your normal life quicker.
The false teeth are made of plastic, porcelain or a combination thereof. Complete dentures look just like a full set of teeth and are adhered to the gums with adhesive. Partial dentures are supplied when you still have some teeth. These partial false teeth dentures are produced to fit over your existing endodontically treated teeth (something like a retainer). Partial dentures to replace missing teeth have the advantage of keeping the rest of your teeth in place so they won’t shift. Eating and chewing is much easier when you have each tooth in its proper place, so you won’t wear down the teeth on the other side of your mouth. Another use of false teeth dentures is they can be attached to dental implants to allow for a more sturdy fit to complete your smile.
Dentures need to be adjusted from time to time, so keeping your regular dentist visits is important. False teeth dentures are easy to clean and can look and feel and chew just like real teeth, if treated properly. Dr. Page can give you more instructions on the proper use and care of your false teeth dentures. Call today to know more about dentures!