Patients who have lost all of their teeth are candidates for complete dentures, which will not only improve their ability to chew and speak, but also enhance the facial appearance and smile.
3 – 4 sittings, depending on the case
A Complete Denture replaces all the lost natural teeth and gums in either the upper or lower jaws and can restore the look and function of your teeth. By working closely with your needs, At Surya Dental Care we will create replacement teeth that are a similar shape and size to the teeth you have lost, and the best fit and feel possible for your new complete denture. With today’s modern materials, dentures can be incredibly natural-looking.
We understand how the total loss of all your natural teeth can impact on your life. As well as affecting daily activities like eating, talking and laughing, losing your teeth can also lower your self-esteem. The complete dentures we create will leave you feeling more confident and self-assured about your appearance and give you every reason to smile, every day.
To ensure your teeth look their most natural, we individually select and position your denture teeth to match the form, shape and size of the teeth you have lost. By replacing all of the teeth you have lost and the adjacent tissues in your upper or your lower jaw, you will regain a complete dentition, and complete tooth replacement provides crucial support for your face, especially around your mouth, lips and cheeks. Surya dental care can give you Complete Dentures that will:
- Help you feel less self-conscious about the way you speak
- Counter sagging facial muscles and sunken features that can make you appear older (especially around your mouth, lips and cheeks)
- Reduce your need for denture adhesive
Frequently Asked Question
Are there any alternatives to complete dentures?
Yes, implants that attach to crowns or bridges are good alternatives to complete dentures.
What materials are used in complete dentures?
For the base, pink acrylic is used, and for teeth, white acrylic or porcelain is used.
How long does the denture making process take place?
Normally, it would take around 3 to 4 weeks. If the patient needs it soon, we will boost the process.