Permanent or Fixed Dentures
Are you wearing a removable denture that is poor in fitting and may fall with a loose grip? In such a case get permanent dentures fixed with the best dentist in Indore. There are various treatment options available for treating one or more missing teeth. These treatments are specially designed to restore function and beauty to your smile. Fixed dentures are false teeth that are bonded permanently to your jaw with implants. These enable you to eat and smile with confidence. They are crafted from resin that bonded to a plastic base giving a natural look to your smile.
Fixed vs Removable Dentures:
You may have a ‘complete’ or ‘full’ set of a denture. Dentures are the most cost-effective methods used to replace the missing tooth. Our expert dentists in Indore make sure that the dentures fit properly. We understand the importance of fit dentures, failing which they may start getting loose and may shift over the time causing discomfort while hindering speech and eating. For further information wearing a removable denture for a longer period of time may also lead to jaw bone shrinkage. It is preferred to have fixed dentures rather than removable, however, in certain complicated cases, removable dentures are placed. Further gummy and sticky adhesives are required for removable dentures which is no doubt another problem to deal with. Fixed Dentures are fragile. Refrain from using harsh abrasive cleaners as they may scratch the surface. Never sterilize your dentures in boiling water. Keep them safely if you remove them as they may break if dropped.
What is the process for dentures?
The dentist will first examine you and determine if dentures are suitable. The best option to replace missing teeth is suggested. As per your chosen option, measurements and impressions of your mouth are taken. This is then sent to a dental laboratory for construction. Laboratory work is involved at every step of the denture process.
A second impression may be required on the second visit as well. You and the dentist can decide the colour of your denture teeth. The dentist will check how you bite using a wax build-up in the areas of your missing teeth. In the second visit, the dentist makes you try the denture teeth set on the wax build-up. If satisfactory, the denture will be manufactured and fitted in the final visit.
Sometimes, certain steps have to be repeated in order to achieve a good outcome for you so that you can bite well and have a great smile. In certain cases, some steps can be skipped.
Will new dentures be comfortable?
A new set of false teeth or dentures may feel strange at first and can affect your speech and eating. Thus our experts suggest starting eating soft foods cut into small pieces. Chewing slowly using both sides of your mouth at the same time stops the denture from moving. Reading out loud and repeating words will help. The more you wear them, the better they will feel as the mouth needs time to adapt to the new shape. Keep on trying!
A lower denture usually takes more time to adjust than an upper denture due to your tongue and cheeks. You can contact us if you have any other questions or trouble with your dentures.
Full Fixed Dentures
Advanced dental technology has assisted the patients by providing them with the best measures to resolve their missing tooth issues with Permanent Dentures. Non-removable dentures, also known as fixed dentures, are basically set of false teeth that consist of a row of prosthetic teeth connected to a framework that is held in position by dental implants. With permanent dentures, patients can do their basic activities like eating, chewing, biting, talking and smiling, without the fear of slipping their prosthetic teeth.
A typical procedure for placement of permanent dentures involves an oral examination of the patient’s dentition, followed by scanning of the jawbone to determine the precise locations for implant placements – two in the anterior region and two at the back of the jawbone. The permanent dentures will be affixed to the implants following the healing period, during which time the implants would biologically fuse to the jawbone in a process known as osseointegration.