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Frequently asked questions

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What are dentures?

Dentures are removable prosthetic devices used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues.

What are the two main types of dentures?

The two main types of dentures are partial dentures and complete dentures.

When are partial dentures used?

Partial dentures are used when a person still has some of their natural teeth remaining.

When are complete dentures used?

Complete dentures are used when a person has lost all of their natural teeth in either the upper or lower jaw, or both.

How are dentures fitted to a person's mouth?

Dentures are custom-fitted to a person’s mouth through impressions, measurements, and trial fittings.

What are dentures typically made of?

Dentures are typically made of acrylic resin for the base and either acrylic, porcelain, or other materials for the teeth.

How should dentures be cleaned and maintained?

Dentures should be cleaned daily using a soft-bristled toothbrush or denture brush, and soaked in a denture-cleaning solution or water overnight.

Are adjustments to dentures common?

Yes, adjustments to dentures are common to ensure a comfortable fit as the shape of the mouth and jaw may change over time.

Can dentures affect speech and eating habits?

Initially, dentures may affect speech and eating habits, but with practice and adjustments, most individuals adapt and regain normal functions.

How often should dentures be replaced?

Dentures should be evaluated regularly by a dentist and replaced when they no longer fit well, are visibly worn, or are causing discomfort. Typically, they may need replacement every 5 to 10 years.

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