Custom-made Dentures @ Divine Dental

We custom-make dentures based on impressions and measurements taken of your mouth. This approach guarantees you a set of dentures that fit comfortably, give you a proper bite, and look like your natural teeth did.

Dentures are more comfortable and natural looking than ever before and, unless you tell someone that you’re wearing dentures, they probably won’t even know. Once made and fitted, these custom-made replacements are easily put in and taken out of your mouth by you, giving you the flexibility to wear them at times that suit you.

During your consultation, we will discuss with you all of the aspects that characterize teeth replacement systems, such as:

  • Aesthetics
  • Function
  • Comfort
  • Longevity

Types of Dentures

Full Dentures

Full dentures are used when no healthy teeth remain in either your upper or lower jaw. In some cases, we may remove a damaged or decayed tooth to make room for a full denture. Dentures will provide support to the lips and face so you can eat, drink, and smile with confidence.

 Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are a great option when you still have some healthy natural teeth in either your upper or lower jaw. A partial denture uses healthy teeth as attachment points for support and stability.

Implant-supported Dentures

Our most highly recommended denture solution! While traditional dentures are a good choice for some, implant-supported dentures are the clear winner when it comes to health, comfort, and long-term happiness.

With this type of denture, as few as 2-4 dental implants are first placed in your mouth. From there, your denture will be permanently secured to your implants.

The biggest advantages of using implants for your dentures include:

  • Prevents bone loss in the jaw and preserves your facial structure
  • Offers more stability and prevents slipping and sliding
  • Easier to maintain and live with day-to-day

What are the Number of Appointments for Fabrication of Dentures?

  • There are different steps for fabrication of a denture. These steps are required to obtain proper fit, natural-like appearance and harmony of muscles and temporomandibular joints. These steps require around 4-5 appointments.

What can I Eat with Dentures?

  • Initially, patients may feel some foreign body sensation in the mouth. So patients are advised not to eat any solid foods for 1st week. After 1st week, patient can start with soft and crushed foods. Once accustomed to soft foods, they can be shifted to normal food. However, excessive hard foods should be avoided.

Will my Dentures Become Loose Over Time?

  • Generally as age advances, there is resorption of residual ridges i.e. changes in size and shape of the ridges. When this happens, there are chances of dentures being loose. But this change is gradual and not sudden.

What Material is Denture Made of?

  • Dentures are made of heat-cured Acrylic denture base(Pink) and Acrylic teeth (White). To give more natural appearance to a denture, characterization is done with stains and carving is also done to provide the appearance of gums.

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