Dentures are removable dental prostheses that replace missing teeth. They are made of acrylic, metal, or a combination of both. Dentures are custom-made to fit the patient's mouth and can be either full or partial. Full dentures are used to replace all the teeth, while partial dentures are used to replace only some of the teeth. Dentures are held in place by suction or by clasps that attach to the natural teeth.
Dentures are necessary for a number of reasons. They can help to improve the function of your jaw, they can help to improve your appearance, and they can help to improve your overall oral health. Dentures can also help to keep your remaining teeth in place, which can prevent them from becoming loose or from falling out.
The denture fitting procedure is the process of adjusting a denture to fit the patient's mouth. This involves taking measurements of the patient's mouth and adjusting the denture until it fits comfortably. The denture fitting procedure may also involve making minor modifications to the denture to ensure that it functions properly.
There is no simple answer to this question, as the level of discomfort that someone experiences with dentures may vary significantly from person to person. Generally speaking, however, it is not uncommon for people to experience some level of soreness or tenderness in their gums when wearing dentures for the first time, as the tissues in the mouth need to become accustomed to the new appliance. Over time, most people find that they adapt to wearing dentures and experience minimal discomfort.
There are three types of dentures- complete dentures, partial dentures, and implant dentures. Complete dentures are made when all of the natural teeth are removed and the gums are healed. A complete denture will fit over the gums and fit snugly against the palate. Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain and they fit over those teeth and attach to the abutment teeth with clasps.
Dentures need to be taken care of in order to last a long time. They need to be rinsed with water after each use and stored in a denture cup or holder. They should not be allowed to dry out, as this can cause them to warp. They can also be cleaned with a denture brush and toothpaste.
There is no single answer to this question as the cost of dentures may vary depending on the materials used, the complexity of the procedure, and other factors. However, in general, the cost of dentures will range from AED3000 to AED4000. It is important to note that the cost of dentures does not include the cost of dental implants, which may be necessary in order to support the dentures.