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A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available: complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.

Dentures are created in our own lab in a few general steps:

– A series of impressions of your jaw will be taken together with measurements of how your jaws relate to one another and how much space is between them.
– Models, wax forms, and/or plastic patterns in the exact shape and position of the denture to be made will be created. You will “try in” this model several times and the denture will be assessed for color, shape, and fit before the final denture is cast.
– Cast a final denture
– Adjustments will be made as necessary

Some of the different types of dentures that we construct in our clinic/ lab are:

Full Dentures – Full dentures are given to the patient who has lost all the teeth. Normally after the extractions, the patient is advised to wait for one to two months. However, if patient cannot wait even for a day then the immediate dentures are given.

Immediate dentures – not only restores the facial profile immediately but also helps in the healing of the extraction socket.. Usually a later relining of the fitting surface becomes necessary when the gums heal.

Partial Dentures: dentures are given when the tooth loss is not complete. Few teeth are extracted and few are left in the mouth. The partial dentures are given to replace the few lost teeth. 

Cast Metal Partial Dentures: they are usually superior partial dentures. They are stronger, less bulky and offer best fit compared to acrylic dentures. In thisthis, there is cast metal frame workframework on which the acrylic teeth are attached. 

Acrylic Partial Dentures: in this type of dentureIn this type of denture, the base is acrylic on which the acrylic teeth are attached. They get retention from the adjacent teeth with small metal clasps. They may be more bulker, but are easier to repair should any mishaps happen.

Implant Supported Dentures: a dental implant supported denture is also referred to as an “overdenture” that is attached directly to dental implants. Regular dentures simply rest on your gums. A dental implant supported denture is attached to implants and as a result fits more firmly in the mouth and permitting little movements, giving patients more confidence in their smile.