What is a Denture?
A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. There are two types of dentures available, complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.
What are the Benefits of Dentures?
- Dentures improve your chewing ability by replacing the missing teeth with an acrylic teeth. It improves your chewing and pleasure of eating food.
- Dentures provide the visual appearance of having natural teeth, support the lips and cheeks, and correct the ‘collapsed’ appearance commonly seen between the nose and the chin.
- Dentures help you to speak and pronounce words properly because air cannot escape from the spaces in between your teeth.
What are the Types of Dentures?
– Complete or ‘full’ dentures are worn by patients who are missing all their teeth in either maxillary (upper) or mandibular (lower) arch. A patient who is missing all their teeth in both arches will have a pair of complete dentures.
– A partial denture may be tooth-supported or tooth and tissue supported. There are significant differences between theses two types of dentures. These differences are best explained by your dental prosthetist.
With newer designs, materials and techniques, partials are more comfortable than ever before. The number of teeth remaining, the position and the stability of the teeth are only a few of the factors that help to determine what style or type of partial denture would be best for you. Partials can be made of different materials.
What are the Advantages of FLEXIDENT?
1. Looks more natural
- Flexible partial dentures are always made with made with color, shape, and fit in mind, working to achieve a remarkably natural-looking result. In addition, the lack of metal clasps allows the restoration to blend seamlessly with a patient’s natural teeth and gums.
- As one of today’s most comfortable restoration solutions, flexible partials are custom-fabricated to fit each patient’s unique anatomy. They’re also lightweight, helping patient become accustomed to their dentures often very quickly.
3. Completely Metal-Free
- Flexible partial dentures represent a metal-free alternative to traditional partial dentures. This is important for those with a metal allergy, or those who simply feel that metal isn’t the healthiest option.
4. Minimal preparation
- Compared to other dental restoration options, flexible partial dentures require minimal preparation. They reduce the need for invasive drilling procedures, and reduce the time you’ll spend in the dentist’s chair.
- Flexible partial dentures are usually strong and durable, as they’re built to withstand stress and pressure in the mouth. Additionally, flexible partials are typically resistant to chemical deterioration
We want you to have the best dentures at a price that is affordable. That’s why we have several types of dentures for you.