Types of Dentures
Most of the removable partial denture consists of teeth replacement fixed to a pink or gum-colored plastic base. This is sometimes connected by either a tissue colored, flexible material or metal framework which holds the denture in place.
Are there alternatives to dentures? Yes. Ask us how dental implants can be used to support cemented bridges and eliminate the need for dentures.
There are also conventional full dentures, immediate full dentures.
Conventional denture systems can last quite some time. Proper care should be used to make sure your denture system lasts as long as you need them. Some tips on taking care of your dentures include:
- Soak your dentures in plain water when not wearing them
- Brush your dentures on a daily basis and prevent them from becoming stained
- Make regular checkup visits to your dentist and have your dentures examined
- There are many denture cleansing creams and solutions to help maintain your dentures
For more information on taking care of dentures:
Full Dentures, Partial Dentures, Denture Care – Learn More
Caring For Your Dentures: Cleaning and Repairing Dentures
Denture Care Instructions and Tips | Oral-B