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Expert Denture Services in Delhi


They are removable artificial teeth customized to fit snugly over your gums. Two types of dentures are available — complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.


Getting dentures includes the following steps:

  • Initial Consultation

During this, we explains every step of the denture process. It helps the patient decide if dentures are an appropriate solution according to their case or not. Then, we schedules the necessary dental appointments to start the procedure.

  • Dental Exam

The first step includes a dental exam to evaluate the condition of oral health. We will spot the signs of decay, infection, or other oral health issues via x-rays. In some cases, we advises additional dental procedures such as eliminating the excess soft tissue. It will ensure the reshaping of bone to accommodate the denture well.
we may also look out for past dental work that can get in between the procedure of dentures. In a few cases, we fabricates a partial denture. It is used in coexistence with healthy teeth. In other cases, a complete tooth pulling of leftover teeth using a full denture is the most appropriate.

  • Manufacturing of Dentures

Now, we will create a mold of lower and upper gums so that the denture is customized for you only. For this, he/she takes the correct measurements to ensure that the permanent dentures fit right in the mouth. Then the dentist places a semi-solid or liquid material in the mouth.
When it becomes solid, it leaves an impression on the oral cavity and the teeth. The dentist sends this data to the dental laboratory for denture fabrication. The dental professional will discuss the shape, size, and shade of new teeth.

  • Plain and Length Adjustment of Denture

In the next visit, the dental expert decides the length of the denture depending on the specifications. This step is known as the maximum mandibular retrusion or center jaw relationship. The denture needs to have a perfect fit. For this, the professional ensures an appropriate alignment between lower and upper teeth.
To ensure that the patient’s bite is ideal, the dentist makes sure there is no clicking sound when the patient chews food or talks to someone. He/she performs it with a rim of wax and a loose-fit denture.

  • Trying the Dental Device

The next step includes replacing the loose tray using the final teeth. It feels and looks the same as the denture, except the base fits loosely on the gums. After that, the dentist asks the patient to try the fit. If the patient finds it uncomfortable, the dentist sends it back to the lab to make the necessary adjustments.

  • Installation of Dentures

Now, the dentist installs a brand new pair of partial or full dentures in your mouth. It allows you to speak and eat while enhancing your looks.

  • Adapting to Dentures

Speaking and eating food with a denture does not happen overnight. So, it will take some time to adapt to denture wearing. It has the same functioning as the original teeth. With some practice and patience, you will find no issue in adapting.

  • Caring

Once the patient receives dentures at Dental Art Clinics – Cambridge, it is vital to ensure proper care. It will make them last longer and prevent infection along the gums. Make sure you brush the tongue and roof of your mouth daily. Denture cleaning involves certain types of liquids and brushes. Apart from this, soak the removable dentures overnight in a solution.




Answer – Dentures can last for several years with proper care, but they may need to be adjusted or replaced over time as the mouth changes.

Answer – There are two main types of dentures: complete dentures, which replace all teeth in the upper or lower jaw, and partial dentures, which replace only some missing teeth and are attached to the remaining natural teeth.

Answer – To care for your dentures, you should brush them daily with a soft-bristled brush and mild soap or denture cleaner. You should also soak them in water or denture solution overnight to keep them moist and prevent warping. It is important to handle dentures carefully and avoid dropping them, as they can break easily.

Answer – It may take some time to get used to eating with dentures, but most people are able to eat normally with some adjustments to their diet. It is best to start with soft foods and cut them into small pieces, and avoid sticky or hard foods that can damage the dentures.

Answer – Yes, there are several alternatives to dentures, such as dental implants, which provide a more permanent solution for missing teeth, or dental bridges, which are fixed in place and supported by adjacent teeth.

Answer – We will check if dentures are the best treatment option for you. Factors such as the number of missing teeth, the health of the surrounding tissues, and your overall health and preferences will be taken into consideration.

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