It is a full removable denture that is made several months after all teeth have been removed from the mouth. It replaces all previously existing teeth.
It is a full removable denture that is placed in the mouth immediately after the removal of all teeth. The benefit of an immediate denture is that you don’t have to be without teeth during the healing period after your teeth are extracted. Due to the nature of this treatment, after swelling subsides (after healing) the denture becomes loose which may create the need for a new conventional denture down the line.
It is a full removable denture that is connected to multiple implants. Typically two or more implants are used to retain an implant overdenture.
It is a titanium based component that is placed surgically into the bone to support crowns, bridges and/or dentures.
Dentures may feel uncomfortable at first. They require some time to get accustomed to. Minor irritation and soreness is common. Frequent visits to your dentist may be necessary to get your dentures comfortable.
Dentures should be kept in water in a safe place. If denture is kept dry it may be more prone to damage.
Adhesives may be used in moderation. Please follow manufacturers guidelines.
Dentures should be taken out every night when sleeping to allow gum tissues to breath and heal. Wearing dentures too long may cause fungal infections.