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3D rendering of partial dentures being placed on a lower jaw with missing back teethLosing multiple teeth should not worry you, as dentures can meets your tooth replacement needs effectively. If you are curious how dentures work, how to install them, their lifespan, or have any other questions, contact Rolling Plains Dentistry to schedule an appointment.

What Are Dentures Made Out Of?

Many people wonder how well dentures will restore the look of their teeth and smile. Recent research has seen an improvement in the material being used to make dentures, to hard resin, as opposed to the earlier plastic. The gum-like support appears like normal gums, making it hard to notice. There is a need to exercise very good oral hygiene on the resin material to ensure that it serves you over an extended period.

What Types of Dentures Are Available?

Dentures come in two types: complete and partial. Other methods of teeth restoration like bridging require the bordering teeth to be strong enough for support. In some cases, your gums cannot support this and you, therefore, have an option of partial dentures. You only need to place the partial dentures on the gum line, fasten it for support from the nearby teeth and you are good to go. It is effortless to wear and easy to take off while sleeping or for cleaning. Full or complete dentures, on the other hand, replace all of your natural teeth, and you can use them on either the upper or lower jaw. Since there are no natural teeth to hold them, an oral adhesive supports the suction along the gumline.

Who Can Wear Dentures?

Anyone can qualify for dentures. Tooth loss is involuntary, and no one would wish for it to happen. Multiple benefits like improved speech, comfortable eating, and a smile come with the use of dentures, making them necessary for those with missing teeth.

How to Care for Dentures

Be sure to include your dentures in your daily oral hygiene routine, as they are part of your dentition. Brush them after wearing them, using denture cleaner and a brush, or soap, to prevent corrosion that could shorten their lifespan. Frequent clinic visits for cleaning and monitoring are also necessary.

For dentures - complete or partials, feel free to visit us at Rolling Plains Dentistry where you receive personalized services to your satisfaction. We can be reached at 940-663-5353 for any questions and appointment bookings.
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