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For people who have lost many of their natural teeth, dentures can be a lifesaver. Aside from giving them a healthy smile, dentures alleviate problems with chewing and speaking. Wearing synthetic teeth as a dental solution is very common, and modern technology has made it possible for dentures to become quite comfortable. However, not all dentures are created equally.

If your dentist recommends for you to start wearing dentures, you may be presented with many different options. There are several kinds of dentures, depending on your oral health condition, materials, and quality. Often, patients would ask for the least expensive dentures without fully understanding their needs.

In this article, we will explain the differences between the different types of dentures and why premium ones are worthy investments.

Full or Partial Dentures

Upon checking your whole oral cavity, dentists will advise you to choose between full or partial dentures. If you have many missing or broken teeth, you’ll need to get a complete set. If you only have some missing teeth and the rest can still function properly, you will be advised to go for partial dentures. Naturally, a full set of artificial teeth will cost more.

Understanding Different Materials

The costs of dentures differ based on the materials used to make them. The base can either be plastic, metal, or acrylic. For the teeth, the two most common types are porcelain and acrylic.

Dentures with metal plates are sturdier and can be made to be smaller and thinner. For this reason, they are also more expensive than the plastic option. Porcelain teeth are more durable than acrylic ones, but they are also more costly because they require more maintenance as they are more prone to breaking. Acrylic teeth are lighter and more comfortable to wear, which is why they’re the more popular choice for patients nowadays.

Aside from the type of materials, there’s the aspect of quality. For instance, acrylic comes in different grades of durability, lightness, and artistry. Most high-quality acrylic dentures can last longer than low-grade porcelain ones.

Benefits of Premium Dentures

Low-quality dentures made from cheap materials can be ill-fitting and cause you more pain when eating or talking. They also come in limited gum colors, so they’ll be more noticeable. In terms of durability, getting low-grade dentures may even be more expensive in the long run when you consider repeated repairs and maintenance costs.

When you opt for premium dentures, you’ll also get premium dental care. This means that your dentures will be custom-fit to your gums so that they’ll be more comfortable to wear. There are also more choices in terms of gum color and shades of the actual teeth. On top of these benefits, dentures made with excellent materials also last longer and are less prone to cracking and breaking. The result is a product that will give you a more natural and confident smile for many years.

When considering which type of dentures to use, remember that cheaper is not always better. Make sure that you consider its cost-per-use, comfort, and durability. Good, high-quality dentures can last up to ten years. Because you’ll be wearing them daily, you want a product that will give you a more natural and confident smile all the time!

If you’re looking for high-quality dentures, get in touch with your local dentist in Ypsilanti Mi today! We’re happy to help.

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