Denture is a replacement procedure for missing teeth and tissues. Today, the replacement of original teeth by dentures looks natural and more comfortable. There are basically two types of dentures – Complete denture and Partial denture. If you are missing all your natural teeth, you should go for complete denture and if only some are missing, Partial denture is used.
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After the removal of remaining teeth and as the tissue is healed, the conventional full denture is placed in the mouth. The healing of the tissue takes few months, during that time you are without teeth.
This type of denture is inserted immediately after the removal of remaining teeth. The benefit of this type of denture is that you will never be without your teeth but they will be relined for few months as bone will take some time to heal.
In this procedure, a metal framework is used as a support to your natural teeth. The partial denture is also the removable alternative to bridges.
Whenever you go for something unusual you feel awkward and uncomfortable, the similar you will feel after denture for the first few weeks. You will require a little practice in speaking and eating with dentures. There will be an excessive saliva flow and minor irritation.