Most of us don’t give much importance to the teeth which we lost. This is because we don’t know the problems the missing tooth can cause.
As important as to know the problems created by lost teeth, it is important for us to know how to replace the missing teeth and the pros and cons of various methods of replacing them.
In this blog, you will be reading about the traditional removable dentures, how to use them, and how helpful they can be for someone with missing teeth.
Dentures are not restricted to a particular age group but are usually worn by people above 40 years of age.
Dentures can be fabricated for one missing tooth to several missing teeth to full arch dentures. It all depends upon your requirement and your dentist’s decision.
A good denture helps you in many ways as in
BPS stands for Bio-functional Prosthetic System. Made of a material called methyl methacrylate, it plays a major role in reproducing the function of your natural teeth during mastication and also speech and smile.
Yes, the BPS dentures provide better aesthetics compared to the other dentures because they have the base which matches our gingival color to the maximum and colors can be incorporated to give better look.
As BPS denture is mainly preferred for its strength, the chance of the denture breakage is very less. However, we recommend you to maintain it.
A removable partial denture is a set of teeth that is replaced when already one or more existing teeth present in the jaw.
They are the clear alternative to fixed partial teeth, where the teeth set can be removed and worn like a complete denture.
hese partial dentures can contain single or multiple teeth according to tooth loss.
Flexible dentures are made up of thin thermoplastic soft material such as nylon.
It has the following advantages over conventional dentures:
No, it is affordable and can be delivered within a week.
Yes, of course, there is no difficulty in wearing this flexible denture with restricted mouth opening.