Dentures

Missing teeth and looking for a solution? At Dental Solutions Oatley we are able to help with all your denture needs from producing new dentures to repair and adjustment work. Dentures are removable false teeth that are worn to replace missing teeth. These artificial teeth are generally made of acrylic and designed to best match your natural teeth. The base of a denture is called a plate and is usually made of either acrylic resin or metal.

For those struggling with the issues of tooth loss, dentures have been a dependable and time-honored option. Dentures are prosthetic devices created specifically to fit in the mouth securely and comfortably. They are intended to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Whether you’ve lost some or all of your natural teeth as a result of aging, disease, or injury, dentures can give you a beautiful, natural-looking smile that will improve your quality of life and boost your self-esteem.

Since the invention of modern dentures, dental technology has advanced significantly, making them more aesthetically beautiful and comfortable than ever before. In order to create dentures that suit each patient’s mouth precisely and securely, dentists collaborate extensively with patients. Improved functioning is made possible by this tailored approach, enabling people to eat, speak, and smile with assurance.

There are two basic categories of dentures: full dentures and partial dentures. When only a few natural teeth remain, partial dentures are used, while complete dentures are used when all the natural teeth are lost. In addition to covering the spaces left by lost teeth, partial dentures also stop the neighboring teeth from moving, maintaining the alignment of the dental arch.

The reason dentures are worn over dental implants is personal to each individual, however, did you know that dentures don’t have to be a final solution? Dentures are often worn while dental implant planning and treatment takes place for patients who prefer not to have a gap between dental implant stages. Whatever your denture requirements please feel free to contact us for further information.