With Royal Dental Care you will get the desired results that allow you to restore your smile for a reasonable price.
If you are still not sure if dentures are right for you, read more below as we have tried to cover as much information as possible on dentures. Feel free to also book your free consultation to talk to our dentists.
What Are Dentures?
Dentures are artificial teeth and gums made of nylon, plastic acrylic, or hard resins created by your dentist. Dentures can be of different sizes depending on the number of teeth you have lost or removed.
Dentures are custom-made for every patient and are designed in a way to fit in your mouth perfectly. Multiple missing teeth are replaced by dentures, which also keep the quality of the mouth’s structural elements by supporting the cheek and lip tissues.
Types of Dentures
Your dentist will design a denture depending on which one you need. There are generally two types:
1. Full Dentures
Full dentures, also known as complete dentures, are removably attached dentures that can be used to replace lost teeth. They come in both upper and lower sets.
2. Partial Dentures
Partial dentures may be the best option if you still have a lot of healthy teeth in your jaw despite having a few missing teeth.
Call for a free consultation with Royal Dental Care
Book your free consultation today to get full or partial dentures, which will not only help you chew your favorite food, but will also restore your beautiful smile.
Simply get in touch with our dental experts, tell them about your teeth problem, and they will suggest the best treatment for your case. Once again, Royal Dental Care does not charge for the consultation.
Living With Dentures
It will take some time to get used to a new life with dentures. To make things easier for you, here’s what you should and shouldn’t do afterward.
1. First, you should take care of your oral hygiene. Brush your remaining teeth twice daily or as per your dentist’s recommendation.
2. Likewise, don’t forget to clean your dentures.
3. Remove your dentures before you go to sleep so you do not damage them, and soak them overnight.
4..Dentures should be rinsed entirely before being reinserted into the mouth.
5. Remove and rinse your dentures thoroughly after eating as well.
Flexible Payment Options
Once you make up your mind and are ready to get the dentures, we will make paying easy with our flexible payment plans.
Royal Dental Care also accepts most health insurance payments, which will certainly make you worry less about the payment and enjoy the result of your teeth restoration.