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Immediate Dentures

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Immediate dentures have been proposed for your condition. What are immediate dentures and how are they made? What does it involve? Th is rack card will help you understand the concepts, process, and benefits of an immediate denture.

Your denturist can help you understand the events regarding this procedure. Ask your denturist if this procedure is right for you.


FULL DENTURES CRITERIA FOR IMMEDIATE DENTURES

When complete extractions of your remaining teeth become unavoidable, an immediate denture is a solution. Th is process will help you avoid the embarrassment of being without teeth. Your denturist will initiate this procedure before your teeth are extracted.

An impression is made of your existing teeth and gums prior to the extraction surgery and is used as working models for the construction of your new dentures. From your models the denturist is able to copy and construct a denture, duplicating your original teeth with improvements to your appearance, if you so wish.

At your extraction appointment, your immediate dentures are inserted avoiding the embarrassment of having no teeth during your healing period.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT IMMEDIATE DENTURES

Denturists in most cases have no way of trying the denture(s) in before your extractions are completed. In some cases, esthetic compromises may have to be made in favor of structural integrity or limited space.

During the healing period, postoperative instruction from the Surgeon and denturist must be followed carefully. Your gums and bone recede to a much smaller size, because of the tooth sockets closing. Regular check-ups and maintenance to ensure ideal healing are required. Temporary linings or tissue conditioners will be required to ensure a positive fit. Th is procedure may be repeated a number of times based on your physiological rate of healing. At the completion of the healing period, a permanent reline or a new denture may be constructed to ensure a comfortable and an exact fit.

· Your denturist will advise you of the procedure that best meets your specific needs.
· Temporary liners, tissue conditioner and relines are additional services requiring payment beyond the service of manufacturing the immediate denture(s).
· Consult your denturist concerning the benefits of an immediate denture.

Denture Topics:

Denturists are Denture Specialists Exam, Care and Maintenance Full Dentures Immediate Dentures Implant Retained Dentures Personalized Standard Dentures Personalized Precision Dentures Reline, Rebase, and Repairs Removable Partial Dentures Benefits of Soft Liners When Does a Denture Need Replacing

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