What are dentures?
At Library Plaza Dental Center, we offer patients who are missing multiple teeth removable dentures as an alternative to dental implants. Dentures are removable teeth that are designed to look and feel just like natural ones. Today’s dentures are easy to care for making everyday life simple and worry-free.
By attaching realistic teeth to plastic bases that match your gums, our dentures help you feel confident about your smile and proud of your teeth. What’s great is that we mold them in a method that makes them look incredibly natural and they provide you with a smile that looks good enough to call your own.
How to Care for Your Dentures
Your dentures are customized to fit your mouth; to retain their moisture, shape, and comfort, it is essential that you take proper care of your dentures. You should always wash your dentures after each meal and allow them to soak in a denture solution overnight. The better you maintain your dentures, the longer they will last and stay bright and white.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you haven’t had dentures before, the overall process can seem intimidating and may require additional information before you feel comfortable about them. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions that we receive in regards to dentures.
Can I receive removal dentures?
If you’re looking for a more affordable solution for missing teeth, you may want to see if you can get removable dentures. During your consultation, we will explore your options and help you make the best decision.
What can I expect during my fitting?
Before you get your dentures, your gums must first be prepared. If you need teeth removed, you must wait until your gums have fully healed. After this, we will take an impression of your gums and the supporting bones beneath, which is how we’ll fit the dentures perfectly to your gums.
Will I need aftercare instructions?
Once you begin to wear your dentures, you can expect the first few weeks to be an adjustment period. You may have to learn how to manipulate your tongue and cheeks to keep your dentures from moving. Any pain and discomfort you have should go away within a few days; if it doesn’t contact us.