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Commonly Asked Questions About Dentures
Dentures are most commonly associated with teeth replacement and they have been an option for people with missing teeth for quite some time. However, as modern dentistry continues to improve prosthetic appliances such as dentures, more questions arise regarding them.
There are a lot of commonly asked questions about dentures and being aware of the answers can be helpful for someone who is considering replacing their missing teeth with them. In this article, we outline both the questions and answers so that you have a better understanding of dentures.
Commonly asked questions about dentures
Want to know some of the most commonly asked questions and answers about dentures? Keep reading to find out everything that you need to know about dentures.
1. Can a person sleep with their dentures in?
Typically, the answer is no. Dental specialists recommend that people who wear dentures take them out while they are asleep so that they can soak overnight. However, dentures will survive if they are kept in while sleeping but it is ultimately best to try and avoid this.
2. Will dentures allow for normal eating?
Yes and no. Dentures are meant to provide a person with the ability to eat naturally again, however, it is not always completely normal. A person will have to adapt to the dentures which may cause initial trouble with chewing but their purpose is to allow for normal eating to be achieved again.
3. What is the best way to care for dentures?
The best way to care for dentures is to clean them regularly and to simply be gentle with them. Dentures are crafted by dental labs to be perfect for each person, but often times, people think that they are indestructible and that is far from the truth. They can crack or become damaged, very easily.
As far as cleaning for dentures, it is important that they are soaked in a denture solution regularly as well as cleaned gently with a denture brush. This will ensure that they remain in good shape.
4. Do dentures hurt?
Dentures are not meant to hurt but they may cause some initial discomfort for a person while they adapt to them. Sometimes, there can be gum irritation because dentures sit along the gum line. The rest of the mouth may be prone to irritation too, depending on how well a person’s mouth adapts.
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Dentures are great prosthetic devices for someone who has missing teeth, however, everyone has a few questions that they are curious about. Being aware of everything that you need to know about dentures can be helpful in the long run.
If you are curious about getting dentures, then reach out to our office so that we can help you. We have trained professionals who would be happy to guide you through the denture process. Give us a call or stop by today, we are here to assist!
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