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Dentures

Dentures are a removable tooth replacement option that looks like a natural smile. At Gulf Coast Dental, they consist of a gum-colored base designed to sit over gums, a complete set of teeth, and a palate. They are made to look like natural teeth and are colored to match the patient’s smile.

Dentures can help patients regain the appearance of a confident smile. They can also help patients speak clearly and eat the foods they love.

The Benefits of Dentures

Dentures provide several benefits for those who wear them. They give the appearance of a complete set of teeth, allowing you to eat and speak more comfortably and confidently. Dentures also help fill out your face and profile, restoring your youthful appearance.

For many people, missing teeth can significantly decrease their quality of life. Dentures can help you regain your oral function and ability and confidence in your appearance.

Types of Dentures

Full Dentures

Complete dentures are a type of full arch of teeth that replace an entire row of teeth. Complete dentures are affixed to the gums by use of an adhesive. 

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are dentures that replace some teeth, but not all. They fit around the remaining teeth for support. A partial denture can be made with a plastic base that has artificial teeth attached to it. This base fits around the remaining teeth for support. Partial dentures are a good option for restoring missing teeth.

Overdentures

One of the essential types of dentures is overdentures. These dentures are held securely in the mouth with dental implants. Overdentures can fill the gaps if you do not have healthy enough natural teeth.

Overdentures are strong and exceptionally durable. However, there is the possibility of experiencing bone loss in the jaw. The implants must fit firmly in the jawbone to prevent this from happening.

Caring for Your Dentures

Dentures are fragile, so it’s essential to handle them with care. You should remove your dentures every night and store them in a unique denture cleanser or water. You should also rinse your dentures with lukewarm water after every meal.
 

These steps will keep your dentures clean and prevent them from becoming misshapen. It’s also essential to thoroughly clean your mouth every day. This will remove bacteria and help your dentures fit correctly.

Contact Gulf Coast Dental at 3101 West Michigan Ave. Suite F, Pensacola, FL 32526, or call (850) 944-5515 to discover more about the benefits of dentures.

 

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