If you have multiple teeth missing, one solution is to have dentures. This is achieved in an easy process:

  • First appointment – Your moulds are made
  • Second appointment – Your bite is registered
  • Third appointment  – This will be your opportunity to see what your teeth will look like with dentures. Any changes can be made at this stage.
  • Final appointment – You will receive your dentures


What are dentures?

Dentures are removable appliances that can replace missing teeth and help restore your smile. If you’ve lost all of your natural teeth, whether from gum disease, tooth decay or injury, replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance and your health.

How are they made?

  • First appointments top and bottom Moulds are made You will be given appointment after 2 weeks’ time .
  • Second appointment dental bite is registered.You will be given next appointment.
  • Third appointment will be try- in Where you will be given enough time to see how your teeth look like. This stage the teeth are arranged in wax.Any changes can be made at this stage.

Types of Denture

Your dentist will give you several options that vary in price and complexity of procedure. You should work with your dental professional to make the best decision for you, but here’s what you need to know beforehand.

Full Dentures

Full dentures consist of both upper and lower sets, and are mainly used when all natural teeth are gone. With Proper care and maintainence full dentures can last anywhere from 5–10 years.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are recommended when one or more natural teeth need to be replaced. They also help keep your remaining teeth from shifting.

What are Cobalt Chrome Dentures?

Cobalt Chrome dentures have a metal base plate or framework that sits on and around the natural teeth onto which denture teeth are attached by acrylic.

How they Work?

Stability (not rocking) and retention (grip) come from the metal framework gripping the natural teeth so will be affected by both the number and position of your remaining teeth.

What are their Advantages?

  • Most comfortable to wear
  • Best if you have gag reflex.
  • Easiest to adapt to
  • Smaller, thinner and more streamlined
  • The best grip (retention)
  • Best chewing experience
  • The most hygienic
  • Very close fitting and precise
  • Are designed specific to each mouth- numerous features can be incorporated to improve the denture
  • Can use precision attachments
  • Very strong
  • Patients have good confidence in wearing them.Clasps can easily be tightened to increase the grip
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