Dental Dentures in West Byfleet

Dentures

If you have a few or all of your teeth missing, one solution is to have a denture.

Here is how it works:

  • A denture is made from hard-wearing material that mimics the look of teeth and gums to give your mouth a natural appearance.
  • After impressions are taken, a denture is designed in a dental laboratory.
  • Dentures are made to fit snugly on your gums and you will be able to remove them for cleaning.

When you wear a denture for the first time it may take some getting used to when speaking or eating and chewing. It is important that you take extra care when conducting your hygiene regime so that you can avoid bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease. The hygienist will be able to show you how to best take care of your denture and gums and will tell you about specialised brushes you can use to do this.

Life Benefits

  • A solution to replacing several missing teeth.
  • Designed to give you a natural-looking smile.
FAQ’s

Properly caring for your dentures is essential for keeping them looking their best and avoiding serious oral health problems. The first step in denture care is to properly brush the dentures daily with a soft toothbrush or speciality denture brush. Brush thoroughly, but gently, using a non-abrasive soap or denture paste. Make sure to scrub each surface, both inside and out, as food particles and plaque bacteria can get trapped in these areas. Additionally, this cleaning process will help prevent permanent staining of the plastic material that makes up your dentures.

If you are looking to whiten your dentures like you would natural teeth, this unfortunately cannot be done because of the makeup of the plastic material used to make them. However, there are a variety of over-the-counter cleansers available that can effectively remove most stains from your dentures if used according to the manufacturer’s instructions; just be sure not to use any abrasive materials as this could damage the plastic material used on your dentures. Regularly cleaning and maintaining your dentures can help keep them looking good and maintain better health in the long run.

Sleeping with dentures is a tricky question and the answer depends entirely on an individual's needs and health. Wearing dentures at night is usually not recommended, as it can prevent the gums and bones from getting some much-needed Dentures can be a great way to restore someone’s smile and their ability to chew and eat food without pain or discomfort. While adapting to dentures can take time, most people are able to eventually eat normally with them after they become accustomed to the new appliance. To get used to dentures quickly, it helps to use a small amount of denture adhesive initially on each one so that the dentures don’t move around as much while you learn the best way to use them. When you first start out it’s important not to attempt chewing hard candy or gum as these may cause your dentures to slip or shift out of place due to the sticky residue left behind from the candy or gum. As you gain more practice, however, eating normally will become much easier and second nature for you in no time! rest. On the other hand, there are people who may need their dentures to provide support for their bite or to maintain facial structure when there are missing teeth. In such cases, it may be necessary to keep the denture in place while sleeping.

Regardless of the individual situation, proper oral hygiene should always be practised when wearing dentures during any part of the day. Dentures must be removed every day in order to properly clean all surfaces of the prostheses and use a special denture brush & paste for an even deeper cleanse. Additionally, these removable prosthetics should also be stored safely in water overnight. By following these helpful tips, you can increase your chance of having healthy gums, stable jaw alignment and longer-lasting dentures over time!

Dentures can be a great way to restore someone’s smile and their ability to chew and eat food without pain or discomfort. While adapting to dentures can take time, most people are able to eventually eat normally with them after they become accustomed to the new appliance. To get used to dentures quickly, it helps to use a small amount of denture adhesive initially on each one so that the dentures don’t move around as much while you learn the best way to use them. When you first start out it’s important not to attempt chewing hard candy or gum as these may cause your dentures to slip or shift out of place due to the sticky residue left behind from the candy or gum. As you gain more practice, however, eating normally will become much easier and second nature for you in no time!

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29 High Road
Byfleet
West Byfleet
Surrey
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