Complete Denture

 

 

Dental bridges are also known as removable dentures. They are used to remove the gaps between your teeth. People who don’t want to go through cosmetic dentistry processes choose the option of dental bridges. The design of dental bridges is straightforward: two pairs of crown are positioned at both sides of gap. The bridges are linked so that support can be provided. If you have one or two missing teeth, they are a great option as they can restore you teeth alignment and smile.

 

Why get a Complete Denture?

 

  • Complete dentures provide complete coverage of the teeth so that arch of teeth can be created fully. You might need to get a complete denture if:
  • You have a missing tooth
  • Dental implants cannot be used
  • Your intraoral tissues are damaged

 
 

Types of Complete Dentures

 

There are three kinds of complete dentures:
 

Conventional

The conventional dentures are composed of acrylic resin. They depend mainly on alveolar ridge, saliva and dental supporting structures.

 

Overdentures

They typically fit over more than one root, which has been salvaged and stabilized. They can be placed over dental implants too. Overdentures provide retention to the prosthodontic system.

 

Metal-based

The metal-based dentures have metal at the base. Metal is typically at tissue-bearing side. The metal lets better heat conduction from foods. Compared to other type of dentures, it makes a better fit for the jaw. The weight of metal results in extra pressure to keep the denture in place.

 

How the process of Complete Denture goes

 

For the complete denture procedure, a number of denture placement techniques are present. A number of factor like medical technology, clinical preference of the specialist and the patients play a role in the process. The first stage of the procedure revolves around getting the dental impressions. Using a standard tray, the dental specialist records the anatomy. A personalized tray is designed, based on the measurements.

The second step is where the dental specialist places wax rims inside the mouth of patient. Patients are free to choose any color, shape or size for the dentures. Impressions are tested by the specialist and custom denture are prepared.

The third step is crucial. This is when your sample will arrive and you’d check if the mockup is according to what you want.  If there is a problem, you’d have to start from step 1 again.

The last step is when you are happy with the mockup and now they will be processed and sent to the dentist’s office. They will be placed in your mouth and adjusted by the dentist.

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