Frequently Asked Questions
Artificial teeth and gums are used in dentures to replace missing or extracted natural teeth. They are individually crafted to fit each person’s mouth and can be made to fit either the upper or lower jaw.
By improving the appearance of your smile you can appear younger and more natural. Other benefits are
Increased comfort: Improved capacity for speaking and eating.
Oral health: Doing this may shield your gums and remaining teeth from additional harm.
Increased self-confidence: Increases your social comfort and self-assurance, enabling you to speak and smile more naturally.
Cost-effective: They are more economical than the alternatives.
When you start wearing dentures for the first time, pain is normal.
Sore spots: When your dentures brush against your gums, sore patches may develop.
Speaking and eating difficulties: This will take some getting accustomed to, but with practice it will get simpler.
Excessive saliva: When you initially begin wearing them, it’s normal to notice an increase in salivation. This should stop in a few days.
Irritation: Remove them and rinse your mouth with warm saltwater if you experience irritation.
- Oral Health
- Handle carefully
- Avoid extreme temperatures
- Keep children and pets away from you