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Dentures, commonly referred to as false teeth, are removable dental appliances used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They are typically made of acrylic, metal, or a combination of both materials. Dentures come in two main types: complete dentures, which replace all teeth in either the upper or lower jaw, and partial dentures, which fill in gaps between natural teeth when some natural teeth remain. These prosthetic devices not only restore the ability to chew and speak properly but also help maintain the structure of the face by supporting lips and cheeks. Dentures are custom-made to fit each individual’s mouth for comfort and functionality.

Useful Information

When natural teeth are lost due to decay, injury, or gum disease, dentures may be recommended to restore dental function and appearance. The process of obtaining dentures involves several steps, starting with a dental examination to assess the patient’s oral health and determine the type of denture required. Impressions of the mouth are then taken to create a precise model for the denture. After the dentures are crafted, they are fitted and adjusted to ensure proper bite and comfort. Regular follow-up appointments may be necessary to fine-tune the fit as the mouth adapts to the new appliance. Dentures not only enable normal chewing and speaking but also provide support for facial muscles, often improving the individual’s confidence and quality of life.

Removable and Fixed Dentures


Includes complete dentures for edentulous patients (those without any teeth) and partial dentures for patients missing several teeth but not all.
Fixed: Encompasses dental bridges and implants that are anchored permanently in the mouth, providing a more stable and natural-feeling solution.

Key Features


Made from acrylic, nylon, or metal bases with porcelain or acrylic teeth to mimic the appearance of natural teeth.


Tailored to fit the unique contours of a patient’s mouth, ensuring comfort and proper function.


Requires regular cleaning and, in the case of removable dentures, overnight soaking in a cleansing solution.

Dentures play a crucial role in the dental ecosystem by restoring function and aesthetics for individuals with missing teeth. They enable proper chewing and speech, support facial structures, and contribute to overall oral health and quality of life.”

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