A full or Complete Denture is a removable appliance that replaces all the natural teeth. It can be made to replace the upper teeth,lower teeth or both upper and lower teeth.
Problems with Complete Dentures
Gagging is another problem encountered by some patients.
New dentures will also be the inevitable cause of sore spots as they rub and press on the mucosa.
Psychological gagging is the most difficult to treat since it is out of the dentist's control. In such cases, an implant supported palateless denture may have to be constructed or a hypnotist may need to be consulted
Sometimes there could be a gingivitis under the full dentures, which is caused by accumulation of dental plaque.
Another problem with dentures is keeping them in place.
Typically, conventional complete dentures require a one-to-two month wait after the extraction of your teeth, so that your mouth and gums will have time to heal, permitting a more accurate fitting. However, if you cannot afford to be without the missing teeth even for a short time, dentures can be inserted immediately after the extraction.Over time your mouth will change, but your dentures will not.
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