Dentures have been around for a long time. Predictably, there have been a lot of development in denture technologies. From appearance to materials, manufacturing to support systems.
Suffice to say, this has left patients with a lot of options to choose from.
What Are Immediate Dentures
Immediate dentures are simply dentures that are placed into the mouth directly after the teeth have been extracted. They go right over the freshly operated-on gum the moment they can, so you walk out with teeth the same day.
Denture reline is an important reality of having dentures. The base of dentures — the parts designed to look like your gums — rest on actual natural gum tissue. This area is vital to the success and comfort of your denture, and it needs to be looked after.
Dentures have been around for a long time. They’re one of the oldest, most well-known dental procedures on the planet.
For a long time, they’ve caused a great deal of embarrassment and discomfort for many wearers.
Picture the scene: a family out to dinner with an elderly relative. Halfway through a conversation, the elderly relative’s teeth fall out and land in their food. It’s a sight well played-out in comedy, but for a long time it was a very real part of life for many people.
Here’s the deal:
We all want a bright and healthy smile. Images of pearly white, straight teeth surround us all the time from magazines to websites to the silver screen.