Everything You Need To Know About Removable Partial Dentures

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Dental implants, fixed bridgework, and removable partial dentures are the most frequent tooth replacement alternatives for missing one or more teeth. All three options will help you function more smoothly (such as chewing and talking), keep your natural teeth from shifting, and improve the appearance of your smile to varying degrees. RPDs may be a viable alternative, either long-term or as a temporary remedy, depending on your needs and desires. At The Dental Lounge, we take pleasure in perfecting our skills in all aspects of cosmetic dentistry, including dentures and other tooth replacement options.

What Are Dentures, Exactly?

Dentures are prosthetic teeth and gums custom-made to fit comfortably in your mouth and function similarly to genuine teeth. Dentures used to be made of porcelain or plastic, but nowadays, they are usually made of resin, which is lightweight and comfortable to wear. People who have lost their natural teeth wear dentures (the number of teeth missing can vary, some people miss a few while others have lost all of their natural teeth).

Denture Types

You rarely have only one option about anything these days, such as dentures. There are various dentures to suit each person, depending on their needs, preferences, and money. Before making any judgments, conduct your homework and consult with your dentist. Some dentists offer many types of dentures, while others choose to specialize in only one. If you’re not sure which choice is best for you, ask your dentist for advice. Full dentures, partial dentures, and immediate dentures are the three primary forms of dentures. Continue reading to discover more about partial dentures, including how to care for them and what they’re used for.

Dentures that are only partially functional

Partial dentures can replace a few missing teeth but not a whole set of teeth on the upper or lower jaw. To acquire partial dentures, you must have some healthy teeth in both the upper and lower parts of your mouth.

When there are enough healthy natural teeth to handle partial dentures or bridges, they are placed. Replacement teeth are usually affixed to a gum-colored foundation made of plastic. The denture is usually held in place by a metal framework or clasps. When teeth are lost, partial dentures are used to bridge the gaps. This improves the appearance while also preventing the remaining teeth from moving or altering position. They can also improve chewing abilities and protect remaining teeth from further damage caused by trying too hard to compensate for lost teeth. Partial dentures are designed to look natural and mix well with your existing teeth.

How to Take Care of Your Dentures

  • Every night, remove your partial to relieve your teeth and tissues. To stay healthy, your gums require oxygen and proper blood circulation.
  • To remove more plaque from your natural teeth, use a power toothbrush.
  • Flossing is essential, particularly around your abutment teeth.
  • Denture toothpaste and a soft brush, or denture cleaning tablets, can be used to clean your partial.
  • Keep your partial in clean water and out of harm’s way.
  • Place your partial in your mouth and place it in your mouth with your fingers rather than biting it. Biting the clasps puts a strain on them and can cause them to break.
  • Be aware of the increased risk of dental decay by avoiding sweetened beverages and high-sugar foods.

Are you looking for high-quality dentures? Visit The Dental Lounge for more information

At The Dental Lounge, we specialize in aesthetic dentistry and provide a variety of teeth restoration alternatives. We offer the highest quality items to our patients. When it comes to dentures, our world-class dentists collaborate with a cutting-edge dental laboratory to ensure that your dentures fit perfectly and are built to last. The Dental Lounge is where to go if you need a routine check-up or a professional tooth restoration. We take patient care to a new level with our first-class staff of sensitive, talented professionals.

Interested in one of our well-known smile makeovers with removable partial dentures? Get in touch with us! You can reach us by phone at (954) 686 5729 or by filling out our simple online form.