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The loss of permanent natural teeth is not a normal process but results from disease or accident. Tooth loss leads to changes in the face which should be highly understood before successful replacements be constructed. A denture is an artificial substitute for missing natural teeth and adjacent structures. It restores both function and appearance, but usually does not attain the efficiency or appearance of the natural part it replaces.

A complete denture is a dental prosthesis that replaces the lost natural dentition and associated structures of the maxillae or mandible. It is supported by bone covered by soft tissue (mucosa).

A removable partial denture is a prosthesis that replaces one or more, but less than all, of the natural teeth and associated structures. It gains support from the bone covered by mucosa and the remaining teeth. Because of its better support, removable partial dentures are conceded to be more efficient than complete dentures.


Brushing: This can be done with a soft toothbrush or one made especially for dentures. You may use soap and water or non-abrasive toothpaste. Brush your dentures after meals.

Tartar: A white chalky material, it is a deposit from your saliva and is usually found on the upper denture on the area of the molars and on the lower denture on the inside surface of the front teeth.

To remove tartar that is hardened, soak your denture overnight in solution of half vinegar and half water to soften the tartar and brush away the deposits.

Stain: Tea, coffee, tobacco smoke, juice, sauce, well water containing heavy iron deposits can cause stains. Those stains cannot be brushed away and must be treated with special cleaners. Never soak your dentures in bleach especially if your denture base has a Permanent Soft-liner. Permanent Soft-liner needs to be serviced once a year to remove the buildup and must be replaced every 3 to 5 years.

Don't let dentures dry out: Place them in a denture cleanser soaking solution or in plan water when you're not wearing them. Never use hot water, which can cause dentures to warp.