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Dentures help their users to maintain good oral health and functionality even after their teeth are gone. They are popular among those looking to replace their teeth and are available in different types. If you lost a few teeth or are going to have them removed, address the issue as soon as possible by choosing a denture that fits your needs. However, before getting your dentures, you must first learn how to take care of it to prolong its effectiveness.

What benefits do dentures offer?

Dentures restore your confidence because you can use them to replace your missing teeth. There won’t be any more excuses to hide your smile or share your thoughts because your dentures won’t make you feel self-conscious anymore. Likewise, dentures help prevent further damage to your remaining teeth.

It’s not easy getting used to dentures

Those who use dentures go through an adjustment period wherein they learn how to talk or eat while wearing it. Getting used to the new dentures takes one to two days, and it’s highly advised that you don’t go out in public during this period. It will feel awkward to be in front of people in the first few days of wearing dentures. Because of this, you’ll more likely feel confident wearing them after you pass the initial discomfort.

When to remove dentures?

You must remove your dentures after eating to remove the food particles. After giving the dentures a rinse in water, you must then clean your mouth. Include brushing your dentures with a soft-bristled toothbrush and non-abrasive toothpaste twice a day in your schedule as well.

Clean your tongue and your cheeks’ interior before scrubbing the mouth’s roof. Finally, remove the denture adhesive on your gums after taking off the dentures itself. Unremoved dentures accumulate bacteria and increase the chances of yeast-infected gums.

How to get dentures?

Visit your dentist to have your teeth and gums checked for dentures. Since it’s not a one-size-fits-all approach, you will be measured for dentures which you will receive in weeks. Every patient is different, and you’ll get undivided attention while assessing the dentures you need.

Where to get dentures

Dental House offers general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry services using the latest procedures and technology. They take a holistic approach to dental health with a team of dentists. Likewise, this dental facility makes patients feel comfortable with their spa-inspired environment.

There are three types of dentures that Dental House can provide. Complete dentures cover either the upper or lower set of teeth. Aside from relining them occasionally, these dentures are bulkier than the other two options.

Meanwhile, partial dentures replace only a few teeth, and it is harder to fit than complete dentures. Finally, flexible dentures feature a new technology that keeps it lightweight and bendable. They also don’t need metal or adhesive supports to stay in place, and they won’t break when suddenly dropped.

Aside from dentures or dental implants, they also offer restorative, protective, cosmetic, and emergency dentistry services. They also conduct orthodontics, oral surgery, and dental sedation.

If you’re looking for affordable dentures in Ann Arbor, get in touch with us to see how we can help.

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