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Dentures are false teeth that are fixed or removable replacements for teeth. Tooth replacement is suggested when the tooth and its roots have been damaged beyond repair, and the tooth has been lost or must be removed.


Historically, a number of materials have been in use for the replacement of lost teeth. In ancient times, animal teeth and pieces of bone were used as replacement materials.

We use of latest technology, the materials used to make artificial teeth and techniques for affixing them in the mouth have gone through a sea of change. With consult of various experts our dentist. Our dentine's use synthetic plastic resins and lightweight metal alloy teeth denture treatment can look more natural and become more durable. Better design has resulted in dentures that provide more comfortable and efficient chewing.

Denture hygiene

Dentists advise all the patients to always rinse the dentures thoroughly under running water. Other cleaning methods to be practiced are as follows:

  • Soak dentures daily with an immersion cleaner following the manufacturer's direction.
  • Clean your dentures a second time each day using a denture cleaning paste and a denture brush. Do not use toothpaste.
  • Scrub your dentures weekly with a thick mix of cleaner containing bleach. Rinse thoroughly when completed.
  • If heavy calculus (tartar) deposits form on your denture - soak overnight in white vinegar, brush area carefully in the morning and rinse thoroughly. This procedure may be used on partial dentures.

Sore Spots

Appearance of some sore spots in your new dentures is not unusual. These will be taken care of by your dentist during the first few adjustment appointments. As time goes by changes in your jaws or your occlusion (bite) may also cause sore spots which can be relieved.


By taking the human error factor out of the equation, your dentures are made with greater precision and in a shorter amount of time.