Cleaning this type of denture is essential to keep bacteria and food particles out. Like real teeth, dentures are susceptible to plaque build-up. They should be softly brushed with either nonabrasive toothpaste or denture cleanser and a soft-bristled toothbrush. Regular dental visits are required because every person wearing dentures has to have their dentures regularly examined by a dentist to make sure they are still functioning as intended.
Yes, users of this kind of denture can take them out of their mouths. They just need to be taken off of the bar or ball they are fastened to. While certain dental offices do provide their consumers implant-supported dentures that can only be removed by a dentist, the majority of dentures are fully removable. When cleaning them and before sleeping, the dentures must be taken out
While a lot of people qualify, not everyone can have implant-supported dentures. If you qualify for implant-supported dentures, we will assess your oral health and bone structure in our office. It may be necessary to do a bone transplant in some circumstances to make sure you have sufficient bone density to sustain the dental implants.
Like traditional removable partial dentures, implant-retained partials allow you to replace your missing teeth and gums, but they are fastened to dental implants for a more secure fit.