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A denture is a replacement for a missing teeth which can easily be removed to clean or when youwant the teeth space to stay empty. Dentures are divided into two major categories; complete dentures and partial dentures.

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    Complete Dentures

    These denture types are either immediate or conventional. Conventional dentures are mostly made when the gun starts to heal after you have had your teeth removed, a denture in the conventional category is usually ready for placement in like 3months after removal of teeth. Immediate dentures are positioned as soon as the removal of the teeth happens. This immediate dentures are very effective since the denture patient doesn’t have to stay without teeth for a long time. With immediate dentures gums and bones start shrinking after some time during the healing period after a tooth removal process. A drawback of immediate dentures as compared to conventional dentures is that they need a lot of more adjustments to fit properly during the process of healing and should only be considered to be a temporary solution up to the time the conventional dentures can be made.

    Partial Dentures

    These dentures have replacement teeth attached to a plastic base, connected by a metal framework that holds the denture well in the mouth.Partial dentures are used to fill in spaces that arise due to missing teeth.

Making of dentures

The denture making process takes a few weeks and some number of appointments with your dentist. Once you determine the type and design of the denture then you are good for the denture making process. The denture making process takes the following steps:

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    Making denture impressions that won’t affect your mouth appearance, have measurements done on how the jaws relate to one another and space is to be between the teeth during the denture making process

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    Do a Cast of the final denture

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    Do models and plastic patterns in the position and shape of the denture to be made.

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    After the final denture has been made you can make adjustments in the required parts

New dentures may be little odd loose for some few weeks until cheek muscles of and the tongue learn to stay together. After having a denture made for your teeth do expect some f minor irritation or soreness to be felt and for saliva flow to get to hire levels whey you have just started wearing the dentures, but these effects will diminish as you get used to the dentures. Dentures are always made in such a ways and color that resemble your natural teeth and other are even more whiter than the teeth thus being used to make the smile of the dentist more appealing and beautiful.

Effect of dentures on eating and speaking

Dentures have some effect on eating especially if it’s your first time using them. Eating with new dentures will take a little practice and may be uncomfortable for some denture patients for some few days or even weeks. To get used to the new denture, ensure you start by taking soft foods that are done in very small pieces thus avoiding a lot of work during chewing until the dentures are completely healed. Be cautious with very hot or hard foods and also avoid sharp bones or shells until the denture is good. You should also avoid things such as chewing gum while you wear the denture and also stay away from toothpicks.

After having a denture done on you, you will have difficulty pronouncing some of the words. Always try doing the hardwords until you are able to do them continually. With practice and with time you will become normal with the speaking even with dentures on. If dentures will click when you're talking, contact your dentist from your denture center. Dentures may on several occasions slip when you laugh or smile get them aligned by your dentist.

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