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Dentures are removable appliances designed to replace both missing teeth and supporting soft tissues.

Dentures, recommended by our dentist in Dubai offer an alternative to treatments like dental implants in Dubai for replacing missing teeth. Dentures  can be complete or partial depending on the number of teeth that require replacement.

Based on the available underlying bone structure, dentures can be supported by either tissue or implants. Options include conventional complete dentures and implant-supported dentures.

Upper Complete Denture:

  • The upper complete denture typically extends to cover the entire upper arch of the mouth.

  • This includes the palate or roof of the mouth, creating a surface that covers the entire upper area.

Lower Full Denture:

  • The lower full denture’s design takes into consideration the presence of the tongue in the lower jaw.

  • To accommodate the tongue comfortably, the lower full denture is often shaped like a horseshoe.
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A removable partial denture is made of either gum colored hard acrylic resin (acrylic denture) or a more flexible polymer (flexible denture) and customized to provide a snug fit.
For acrylic dentures, adjustments can be made by relining, incorporating a fresh layer of acrylic material onto the existing base. This approach helps accommodate changes in the mouth structure over time. However, reline procedures are not commonly applicable to flexible dentures due to the specific nature of the material they’re made from.

Our dental clinic in Dubai offers the most durable dentures, hand-crafted to perfection to replace the missing teeth perfectly.

Indications for a denture

  • Dentures can help restore proper chewing function, making it easier to eat a variety of foods.

  • Dentures help enhance speech, particularly when there are several missing teeth.

  • Tooth loss can lead to changes in facial appearance, causing sagging or a collapsed look. Dentures help restore the natural contour of the face.

  • When there is not enough bone for placing dental implants, dentures are indicated as a suitable solution.
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Caring for your denture

  • Dentures need to be kept in a moist medium to retain its shape. When not in use, place the dentures in cold water or denture cleansing solution.

  • Use a soft bristled brush and mild soap for cleaning your dentures.

  • Always remove dentures before sleeping to maintain healthy gums.

Thanks to our valued patients’ reviews and recommendations, we are arguably regarded amongst the leading dental clinics in Dubai, offering dental services with a personal touch.

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My old denture broke in half and I needed something fast. My daughter found them online. The staff here is top notch and the main reason for this review is the comfort of my new teeth . Absolutely fantastic… they know how to make perfect fitting dentures. Most highly recommended for your denture needs.

Mark Fernsby

I got a lower new denture and it fits like a glove — the best lower denture I’ve had in both comfort and function.  It makes my earlier ones’ seem even worse than I thought.  There’s a wide range of quality when it comes to dentures, and this dental team gave me a great product — excellent quality work. I will be definitely visiting for my upper denture. Great staff and highly recommend Dr. Jaswal.

Valerie Smith

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FAQs about dentures

The benefits of dentures include:

Improved Appearance: Dentures enhance your overall appearance by filling in gaps and creating a natural-looking smile, boosting confidence.

Enhanced Speech: Dentures play a crucial role in improving speech by providing the necessary structures for correct pronunciation and articulation.

Improved Chewing Ability: Dentures restore the essential function of breaking down food for easier digestion, enabling individuals to eat a wider range of foods and promoting better overall health.

Convenience and Flexibility: Dentures come in various forms, including full, partial, and implant-supported types, offering flexibility to suit different needs and preferences.

Facial Structure Support: Dentures help maintain the natural shape of the face by providing support to the cheeks and lips, preventing facial muscle sagging and contributing to a more youthful appearance.

Cost-Effective: Dentures remain one of the most cost-effective methods for tooth replacement.

Natural-looking dentures not only restore a beautiful smile but also revitalize your facial appearance, boosting self-confidence by effectively addressing the issue of missing teeth.

Dentures are suitable for people who have lost all or several of their teeth, as well as those with a mix of missing and unhealthy teeth. They can be tailored to fit specific oral health needs.

There are three primary types of dentures, each tailored to meet specific needs:

  • Complete Dentures: These are used when all teeth in one or both jaws are missing. Complete dentures can be either conventional, placed after the remaining teeth are removed and the gums have healed, or immediate, inserted immediately after tooth extraction.
  • Partial Dentures: Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth are still present. They include replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored base, typically secured with metal clasps for stability and support.
  • Implant Dentures: These dentures are anchored to dental implants surgically placed in the jawbone. They offer increased stability and a more natural feel compared to traditional dentures.

It might take some time to adjust to using dentures, but eventually, you should be able to eat quite normally. However, getting comfortable with harder or sticky foods might take a bit longer. To ease the learning process, consider using a small amount of denture adhesive. This can help stabilize the dentures and help hold them in place as you gradually become more comfortable wearing them.

It is possible to wear your dentures overnight, but it’s actually recommended to take them out. Removing your dentures at night allows your gums and jawbone to relax, relieving them from the pressure exerted during the day. It’s essential never to keep your dentures on 24/7 without maintaining good oral hygiene. Remember to clean and store your dentures in water overnight.

Yes, it is possible to have your teeth removed and receive dentures on the same day. These are known as immediate dentures, and it is advisable to discuss with your dentist to determine if this treatment is the best option for you.

Additionally, it’s essential to be aware that, following the initial healing period of a few months, immediate dentures may require a reline. This is because the shape of the jawbone can undergo changes after tooth extraction. Adequate calcium and vitamin D intake is essential for preserving bone density. However, the frequency of necessary relines is contingent on individual rates of bone resorption.

If the back of your dentures pops up while eating, it could be due to an ill-fitting denture. To address this issue, consider improving the denture fit with a reline or adding implants. Consult with your dentist for guidance on the best course of action.

Changes in fit and comfort: If your dentures feel loose, uncomfortable, or cause irritation to your gums, it may be time to consider replacement. Well-fitting dentures are crucial for eating, speaking, and overall comfort.

Difficulty eating or talking: If you struggle with eating or speaking comfortably while wearing your dentures, it’s wise to have them evaluated. This could indicate the need for adjustments or replacement to ensure proper functionality.

Signs of need for replacement: Watch out for signs like chronic irritation, reliance on denture adhesives to keep them in place, noticeable color differences between your natural teeth and the dentures, broken or discolored prosthetic teeth, discomfort, or clicking noises while wearing dentures.

While there isn’t a fixed timeframe for denture replacement, it’s generally recommended to have them evaluated every 2 to 4 years for wear and tear. Additionally, considering replacement every 5 to 7 years helps ensure they maintain optimal performance and comfort.

Caring for your dentures is essential to ensure their longevity. Here are some practical tips:

  • Daily Cleaning: Clean your dentures daily to remove food particles, plaque, and bacteria. Gently scrub all surfaces with a soft-bristled toothbrush or a denture brush.
  • Oral Hygiene: Maintain good oral hygiene, even with full dentures. Brush your gums, tongue, and palate with a soft-bristled brush before inserting your dentures.
  • Remove Dentures at Night: Give your gums and jawbone a rest by removing your dentures at night. Soak them in a denture cleaning solution or plain water to keep them moist.
  • Regular Check-ups: Schedule regular check-ups with your dentist to ensure a proper fit and address any adjustments or repairs needed for your dentures.