Get to know about dentures better!


There are approximately 23 million who have entirely lost their teeth and an additional 12 million people with complete tooth loss in only one arch. 90% of these people use and know about dentures better. In the next 15 years, the number of patients with partial dentition will overpower 200 million.

A denture is a removable substitute for missing teeth and gums. There are two kinds of dentures: full dentures and partial dentures. Complete dentures are helpful when all teeth are lost, whereas one should get partial dentures when only some natural teeth are lost.

However, various types of dentures are available that suit the patient's needs. Some dentures also rely on bonding or clasping onto natural teeth or dental implants. We can divide dentures into two types depending on whether they are used to replace missing teeth on the mandibular or maxillary arch.

It's typical to suffer slight discomfort when you initially get your new dentures, but this should lessen as your mouth adjusts to them. Your dentist may advise you to use pain relievers to alleviate the discomfort produced by your dentures.

Benefits of Dentures:

  • Dentures are removable


Dentists can remove both partial dentures and complete dentures. If you loathe the idea of having a permanent fixture in your mouth, the option to remove dentures will be helpful.

  • Natural and lightweight

In contrast to their earlier counterparts, modern dentures manufacture lightweight materials with a natural look. They'll make your grin appear fantastic.

  • Dentures support facial features

Dentures can help you keep your facial characteristics by preventing sagging cheeks and lost teeth.

  • Cost-effective

Denture installation may be more cost-effective than alternative treatments such as bridges or dental implants.


  • Dentures improve your smile

Replacing your teeth with dentures will give you an existing stunning smile while increasing your self-confidence.

How long do Dentures last?

If you look after your dentures per your doctor's instructions, they can last at least five years. However, the jawbone tends to shrink over time, causing the denture to slip. The pace at which this occurs varies from person to person. Regularly visiting a specialist dentist can ensure that the dentures stay in place.

An existing ill-fitting denture can accelerate bone loss. To extend the life of an existing denture, a dentist may use an existing denture liner to refit the internal surface of the denture to the oral tissues.

Minor fractures within the teeth or the acrylic base may take 1 to 2 days to repair at a professional dental lab. Denture repair kits are also available online and in most drugstores that can help repair minor fractures or replace lost teeth in dentures. In cases where it may be difficult to restore a denture at home, it is necessary to call a general dentist as soon as possible and schedule a denture repair.


People use dentures to replace missing or lost teeth. It allows them to maintain and enjoy a healthy diet and confidently smile. Like your natural teeth, your dentures need cleaning at least once daily to eliminate plaque and food particles from the mouth. Brushing your dentures regularly can also help prevent stains.

Get in touch with your dentist if you have any concerns or questions regarding your dentures or if they stop fitting correctly or are damaged. Also, be sure to schedule frequent visits with your dentist. Your dentures will continue to be checked by the dentist to ensure they are a good fit for your mouth.

Contact your Walnut Creek dentist, Massood Darvishzadeh, DDS at Walnut Creek Dental today to learn more about your dentures.


Benefits Of Dentures

This media/content or any other on this website does not prescribe, recommend, or prevent any treatment or procedure. Therefore, we highly recommend that you get the advice of a qualified dentist or other medical practitioners regarding your specific dental condition  

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