If you need new dentures but you want to keep them in all of the time, then you could consider getting permanent false teeth.
There are so many people these days with false teeth, but you probably wouldn’t know it by looking at them because they have changed dramatically over the years.
Modern day dentures are made to resemble our natural teeth and they are matched as close as possible by computer technology.
Who Gets Permanent Dentures?
A lot of people who need dentures choose to have permanent false teeth fitted. These may be either individual dental implants, or a full set of teeth secured surgically into your mouth via metal posts. These are sometimes referred to as an implant supported overdenture.
Permanent dentures means no more embarrassing moments when you are talking or eating. They may also look more like your natural teeth.
More of the younger generation need to have dentures, through no fault of their own. For instance, they may have had an accident and lost a couple of teeth. Permanent denture implants can be the perfect solution, in this case.
Some people do not like their natural teeth so they opt for cosmetic surgery to give themselves a confidence boost.
This type of dentures is known by the term cosmetic dentures, and these are often used during Smile Makeovers.
An implanted overdenture uses metal posts to hold the false teeth in place. This option is available for both upper and lower replacement teeth.
The process may turn out to be expensive, and as it is for cosmetic purposes it may not be covered by your dental insurance.
If you have recently been told you need to have your teeth removed and dentures fitted don’t worry, there are several different false teeth options available to you.
Same day dentures are becoming increasingly popular. No more waiting for weeks on end for them to be made.
Your dentist will simply take an impression of your teeth, and your new teeth will be made in the onsite laboratory.
This type of denture costs a little more than other types of false teeth, although not always the case. Plus you have to balance the costs with getting your new teeth immediately.
Knowing that there are alternatives to dentures of the tradition removable style, gives the patient who needs to have teeth extracted more options.
It is pretty common to see apprehension in patients before getting dentures, but with a little investigation you can discover the best option for you.
It may be you only need a couple of teeth this is known as a partial denture or maybe you need a lot of teeth removed in this case you will need something that is called a full denture.
Whether you require individual tooth implants, a partial, or a full set of dentures, you can get permanent false teeth.