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Your ability to eat, speak, and smile confidently can all be negatively affected by tooth loss, which is why we prioritize restoring your smile at Kigo Dental. As a result, we provide several types of dentures to help you regain your confidence and get your teeth healthy again.

Dentures can be difficult to get used to, but our dentists and technicians will work with you to design a set that fits perfectly and looks completely natural. We offer full and partial dentures to help you regain your self-esteem and improve your quality of life after tooth loss. Keep reading to find out why you need our denture services.

Dentures are prosthetic dental appliances that replace teeth and the gum tissue around them. These are manufactured specifically for your mouth from materials including acrylic resin, porcelain, and metal. Depending on the extent of tooth loss, dentures may be full or partial. Dentures, either full or partial, can be used to replace a single lost tooth or several missing teeth.

Dentures, which can be detachable or fixed, are made to replace missing teeth and give you back your chewing, speaking, and smiling abilities. Replacement teeth are an excellent option for people who have lost natural teeth due to trauma, disease, or decay. The dentures we provide at Kigo Dental are customizable to meet your specific requirements and aesthetic goals.

There are two main types of dentures: full dentures and partial dentures.

Full Dentures

Dentures that replace all of the teeth in the upper or lower jaw, or both, are called full dentures. They can be further broken down into two categories:

  • Conventional Dentures

After the patient’s gums have recovered from tooth extraction, the lab technician can then create these. While the gums and bone recover, the patient may be toothless or have to wear temporary dentures.

  • Immediate Dentures

They are fabricated ahead of time and inserted into the mouth right after the extraction of the existing teeth. Immediate dentures allow the patient to avoid feeling toothless while they heal. However, as the gums and bones resorb over time, they may need additional modifications.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are removable dental prosthetics that attach to a patient’s still-present natural teeth in order to replace one or more lost teeth. Moreover, they can be split into two categories:

  • Removable Partial Dentures

They are meant to be taken off before sleeping or during cleaning. The artificial teeth are cemented to a gum-coloured metal or acrylic foundation.

  • Fixed Partial Dentures

They are also referred to as dental bridges, and they are cemented onto the patient’s existing teeth. The replacement teeth are fastened to a metal framework, which is then glued to the adjacent real teeth.

We have several denture options available at Kigo Dental to meet your specific requirements and aesthetic goals. Our skilled dentists will consult with you to find out what kind of denture will work best for you and then give you the best possible care.

There are many circumstances that need you to wear dentures, such as:

  • Missing Teeth

If you’ve lost teeth to decay, disease, or injury, dentures can help you regain your smile’s full function. Dentures can restore chewing and speaking abilities lost due to tooth loss.

  • Improved Appearance

Your lips and cheeks may shrink and sag if you’re missing teeth. Dentures are a useful tool for regaining your smile’s youthful contours and overall facial beauty.

  • Oral Health

Gum disease and tooth decay are only two of the dental issues that might result from a missing tooth. Dentures, by filling in the gaps and supporting the teeth and tissues around them, can help avoid these problems.

  • Improved Confidence

Self-esteem might take a hit and lead to feelings of embarrassment and self-consciousness if you’re missing teeth. Dentures can give you back the ability to smile and speak with assurance.

Dentures are a great option for people who are missing teeth and wish to restore their smile and overall health and well-being. We have several denture options available at Kigo Dental to meet your specific needs. You can trust that our expert dentists will work with you to get the perfect denture for you.

The denture procedure typically involves several steps, including:

  • Consultation

Dental examination and consultation precede denture fabrication. Your dentist will assess the health of your teeth and gums, take impressions of your mouth, and talk to you about your expectations and preferences for your new set of false teeth.

  • Preparation

Once the gums have healed from any tooth extractions that were performed, the denture can be fabricated. Immediate dentures can be placed right after teeth are extracted.

  • Impression and Measurement

Your dentist will make a mold of your gums and teeth by taking multiple impressions of your mouth. A denture tailored to your mouth’s exact specifications can be fabricated using this impression.

  • Trial Fitting

When the denture is finished being crafted, you will give it a try to make sure it fits and feels good. To have the best possible fit, your dentist may need to make some modifications to the denture.

  • Final Fitting

Your denture will be completed and inserted into your mouth after any necessary modifications have been made to it. Your dentist will provide you with specific advice on how to clean and maintain your denture.

  • Follow-up Appointments

Your dentist will want to check in on you at regular intervals to see how you’re doing and make sure your denture is fitting properly.

Proper denture maintenance is crucial for extending the life of your false teeth and preventing oral disease. Some advice on how to maintain your dentures:

  • Clean Your Dentures Daily

Dentures require regular care with a denture brush and denture cleaning. Don’t use ordinary toothpaste because it’s extremely abrasive and could scratch your dentures.

  • Soak Your Dentures

Put your dentures in a container of water or denture-washing solution when you’re not using them. This will assist keep the dentures from drying out and warping.

  • Handle With Care

Dentures are fragile and can break if they are dropped or handled roughly. To avoid breaking your dentures, always clean them with a soft towel or a basin of water.

  • Brush Your Gums and Tongue

To remove bacteria and ward off gum disease, brush your tongue, gums, and whatever natural teeth you still have.

  • Avoid Using Hot Water

If you want to keep your dentures in good condition, you should avoid cleaning them with hot water.

  • Regular Dental Check-Ups

It is crucial to get regular dental checkups to maintain the proper functioning of your dentures and to catch any problems early.

When you obtain new dentures, your dentist will give you specific instructions for taking care of them so that you can adjust to them easily. Here are some suggestions for follow-up care:

  • Wear Them as Directed

You will receive detailed instructions from your dentist on how and when to wear your dentures. If you want your dentures to look and work their best, you need to follow these directions to the letter.

  • Begin with Soft Foods

Denture wearers should limit their diet to soft, easily swallowed-foods for the first few days after acquiring their new prostheses. Once you become used to your dentures, you can gradually reintroduce tougher foods.

  • Practice Speaking

It may take some time to become used to speaking with dentures. If you want to gain more assurance when giving presentations, try reading aloud or practicing in front of a mirror.

  • Keep Up With Your Dental Hygiene

Since you still have your natural teeth, it’s important to take care of them by brushing your gums, tongue, and teeth with a soft bristles toothbrush twice a day. If your dentist advises you to remove and clean your dentures every day, do so.

  • Get Your periodical Checkup done

See your dentist often to catch any problems with your dentures in their early stages and keep them functioning properly.

  • Use Adhesive if Necessary

Denture glue can be used as instructed by your dentist to help secure loose dentures and make chewing and speaking more comfortable.

  • Store Your Dentures Properly

When not in use, keep your dentures moist in water or a denture cleaning solution. If you want to keep from warping something, cold water is your best bet.

Here at Kigo Dental, we know that it may take some time for you to get used to your new dentures. If you have any questions about what to do following your appointment, our team of dentists is here to help. Please call us at once to set up a consultation and find out more about our denture services.

All of us here at Kigo Dental are committed to providing you with the best dental care available, and we do so with a smile.

Our entire staff, from receptionists to dental hygienists and assistants, is committed to providing you with the best quality dental care possible.

From the time you walk through the door and every time you revisit, you will experience this firsthand.

Kigo Dental has a team of experienced and skilled Orthodontists and other specialised dentists who specialize in providing high-quality dental care and treatments, utilizing the latest technologies and techniques to ensure the best outcomes for their patients.


It may take some time to get used to wearing dentures, but they should not be uncomfortable. Your dentist will work with you to ensure a comfortable fit.

With proper care and maintenance, dentures can last for many years. However, over time, they may need to be adjusted or replaced due to wear and tear.

Yes, you can eat normally with dentures, but it may take some time to adjust to chewing with them. Start with soft foods and gradually reintroduce harder foods as you become more comfortable with your dentures.

Clean your dentures daily with a soft-bristled toothbrush and denture cleaner or mild soap and water. Avoid using hot water or abrasive cleaners that can damage your dentures.

It is recommended that you remove your dentures at night to allow your gums to rest and prevent irritation. However, some people may choose to sleep with their dentures in.

It may take some practice to speak clearly with dentures, but they should not significantly affect your speech. If you are experiencing difficulties, speak to your dentist about possible adjustments.

Yes, there are different types of dentures, including full dentures, partial dentures, and implant-supported dentures. Your dentist will recommend the best option for your needs.



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