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Understanding the Process of Getting Customized Dentures
Posted on 11/30/2019 by Salem Dental Arts
Before getting fitted for a new pair of dentures, you will need to come into our office for a consultation. We will provide the best options available to you based on medical history, current medications, and some or your oral care preferences. Following this, we will fit you for your dentures. The first step for denture fitting is to make a mold of your gums so that your new dentures will fit comfortably in your mouth while still fitting securely. Once we have the mold ready, we may ask some question about your preferences in color and size of teeth. From there, we will send your specifications to a lab where your dentures will be crafted. It will also be necessary to necessary to discuss the option of implantation of the dentures or the use of adhesive to hold them. Implanted dentures are more of a permanent fixture in your mouth, however, they are more expensive than dentures placed with an adhesive. We can also discuss the costs associated with both. Things to Expect When Getting Dentures If you had teeth removed prior to getting dentures, you will need to wait anywhere from six to eight weeks for your gums to heal from surgery. We want to ensure that if you had teeth extracted that you recover fully as to not open wounds created while removing teeth. Once you receive your dentures and they are ready to use, you may have trouble speaking. However, you will become accustomed to your new teeth, and speaking will become easier as you practice. Finally, it is important to maintain your hygiene. This includes both the inside of your mouth and the denture themselves. We will explain the proper way to care for your dentures after receiving them. It is very important to maintain clean dentures as they can be harmful to your mouth if they are not. Though you may only have dentures, it is still important to make regular visits to our offices for cleanings and consultation about gum and bone health. Please give us a call whether you are considering new customizable dentures or would like to hear more about the process....
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All Posts:

Understanding the Process of Getting Customized Dentures
11/30/2019
Signs You Need a Root Canal Done
11/20/2019
Is Denture Adhesive a Requirement?
10/30/2019
How to Keep Dentures from Cracking or Breaking
10/20/2019
Chewing on Non-Food Items Can Lead to Broken Dentures
9/30/2019
Can Leaving Dentures in Too Long Harm Your Mouth?
9/20/2019
What Can Wear Down Your Dentures?
8/30/2019
There Are Some Letters That Become More Difficult to Say With Dentures
8/20/2019
Benefits of Considering Getting a Gold Crown
7/25/2019
Are There Any Alternatives to Dental Implants Still Used?
7/15/2019
How Even One Missing Tooth Can Impact Your Oral Health
6/30/2019
Does Soaking Actually Clean Your Dentures?
6/20/2019
Types of Issues You Can Remedy with Dental Bonding
5/30/2019
What Happens to Your Jaw When a Tooth Is Missing?
5/20/2019
How is Your Tooth Prepared for a Crown?
4/20/2019
What Happens if You Leave Your Dentures In for Too Long?
4/10/2019




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