How To Choose The Right Dentures For You?

With many denture options, it’s easy to get overwhelmed about what’s right for you.

You’ll find choosing dentures to be simpler and more straightforward once you aware those components.

Here’s how to do it:

1.What Different Types of Dentures?

1.Full Dentures

Full dentures are for replacing an entire row of teeth, whether it’s for your upper arch, your lower arch or both arches. These dentures can be removable or fixed. Most full dentures use an acrylic base, and teeth replacements are made of acrylic or some type of These dentures are ideal for patients who have several teeth missing or damaged.

2.Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are designed to replace only one or a few missing teeth. They can be removable or fixed into place, and they are manufactured using a variety of materials.

3.Immediate Dentures

These dentures are often used as temporary teeth replacements after teeth have been extracted. They’re designed to fill any space left by missing teeth, helping you avoid going out with gaps in your teeth while waiting for your new dentures. Immediate dentures can be either full or partial dentures, depending on how many missing teeth you have.

4.Implant Retained Dentures

These are a type of fixed dentures that use permanent dental implants to hold your teeth replacements. These implants are fixed directly on your gums, providing superior stability and retention. If you want dentures that always stay in place, implant retained dentures are for you.

Special Variations of Dentures

Now that you know the major types of dentures, you’ll find it easier to explore the many variations available.

Many of these variations build on the main types of dentures above but improve them with better materials, manufacturing techniques, and design processes.

Some of the special dentures we offer here in P.Tasker Dental include:

Dr Abe Lower Suction Dentures|(Elite Dentures)

These are a special type of full dentures used to replace the teeth in your lower arch. An innovative technique developed by Dr. Jiro Abe in Japan is used to create full lower dentures that provide maximum stability and suction.

Full lower dentures are known for being unstable and difficult to achieve a full suction on, but this revolutionary technique has changed this.

BPS Dentures

These dentures are made with the Bio-functional Prosthetic System (BPS®), a comprehensive denture manufacturing system that involves using specific products, instruments, techniques and processes for denture construction.

It’s designed to create the highest quality dentures every time, ensuring the best in fit and comfort for every patient.

2.Understand Your Needs and Preference

Once you’re familiar with the different types of dentures, you’ll get a better idea of what’s right for you.

To do this, you’ll need to evaluate your needs and preferences. Start with your needs.

  • How many teeth need to be replaced?
  • Are you allergic to any materials?
  • How soon do you need your new dentures?
  • Do you have any oral and dental issues that can affect your choice?

After considering your needs, you can then narrow down your choices further based on your preferences.

  • What denture materials do you prefer?
  • How much maintenance are you willing to do for your dentures?
  • Do you prefer removable dentures or fixed dentures?
  • Do you have any oral and dental issues that can affect your choice?

By considering both your needs and wants, you’re better equipped to determine the right option for you.

3.Consult a Clinical Dental Technician

Having an idea of what dentures you need is great – but it’s not enough.

If you want to get the perfect set of dentures, you need to consult a denture expert to make sure your choice is the right one for you.

A Clinical Dental Technician can examine your teeth and gums to get a better idea of exactly what dentures would work best for you.

They’ll also consider your lifestyle and budget to align your choices with your preferences. 

Contact us at P.Tasker Dental for more advice on how to choose dentures.

Lastly, your dental professionals can help you explore variations of your preferred dentures and even provide alternatives if necessary.

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