Dental Dentures and how they relate to Oral Health

If you’re in need of dentures, you're not alone. Tooth loss effects thousands across the country from a variety of different causes, and you probably don’t even realize the people who wear dentures.  Here are a few tips on what to expect when getting dentures.

There are many types of dentures to consider and they all have varying prices and recovery times. Work with your dentist on the most cost-effective way to get your problem solved, because regardless of your reason for tooth loss, your dental health should never be something you put off due to cost.

Removable dental dentures are some of the most common. Removable dentures come in full dentures or partial dentures. Full dentures are those that replace all or most of your teeth. These typically cover the entirety of the roof of your mouth. Partial dentures only replace a few of your teeth. These are much smaller and typically attach via adjacent teeth.

When you’re going in for dentures, your dentist begins by removing any decaying teeth. While your gums are healing, your dentist will fit you with a temporary set of dentures to wear. During this time, you will become more accustomed to the look and feel of them.

Occasionally, people find it difficult to get used to at first, and some even require soft dentures to make the transition. Soon the dentist will fit you with a set of permanent dentures that will fit your mouth perfectly. You may decide the fit is not how you’d like it to be, so you may find yourself making visits to your dentist to have them adjusted to your liking.

Regardless of whether you need full or partial dental dentures, it's crucial that you get them as soon as you can, to have optimal oral health. Not only do they provide you with a natural, beautiful smile, but they allow you to keep doing your everyday tasks. Learn more today!

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