Get Your Confidence Back With Our Natural-Looking Dentures
Denture treatment is a great option for replacing missing teeth. However, many people are afraid of conventional dentures because they think that all dentures look unnatural and feel uncomfortable to wear.
Dentures, also referred to as false teeth, are artificial teeth used to replace missing natural teeth. They are artificial replacement teeth that look and function like natural teeth and fit snugly over the gum line. A removable denture is easy to remove and clean, whereas a fixed denture is anchored to the gums with screws. Despite not being as natural as real teeth, quality dentures are comfortable, custom-made, and natural-looking.
Modern dental technology has rendered custom-made dentures at Maylands Dental Centre more realistic than traditional denture options, allowing you to feel comfortable and smile with confidence while wearing them.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are a number of factors that affect denture cost here in WA: the type of denture, the number of teeth that need replacing, and the denture material used. A standard upper and lower denture can cost around $4,000. Each upper denture or lower denture can cost up to $2,200. The cost of a full arch of implant-supported dentures will range between $15,000 and $23,000.
It may take some time for you to become used to the way dentures fit and feel. Your jaw and gums may feel sore at first if you’re wearing dentures for the first time, but they should acclimate to the new dentures with time. After a few weeks, they should be back to normal. Your upper dentures should suction against your gums smoothly. Although your lower dentures float over your gums, they should fit comfortably in your mouth. Partial dentures should fit snugly over your natural teeth without moving much. The following symptoms, however, indicate that you have loose dentures:
- The denture is slipping around, making it difficult for you to eat and chew properly.
- For more than a few months after getting dentures, your mouth and gums feel swollen, red, and painful.
There is denture movement in your mouth, causing you to gag or feel like gagging.
If you suspect that you have ill-fitting dentures, see your dentist. Please do not try to adjust them yourself, as this can cause irreparable damage.
Keep your dentures from drying out. If they are not being worn, soak them in a denture cleanser soaking solution or plain water. Do not put them in hot water as it can cause them to warp.
Ensure that your dentures are clean by brushing them daily to remove plaque and food deposits. At night, remove and soak them in a gentle denture cleaning solution. Brush away any loose debris the following day and thoroughly rinse the prosthesis. Before you put your dentures in, brush your gums, tongue, and palate with a soft-bristled brush.
It would help if you stood over a folded towel or basin of water when cleaning your dentures. Dropping them may damage them.