The Use Of Dentures To Resist Shifting Of Teeth?
Hello, I am 18 years old and I just pulled out my damaged 1st molar, and I want to make a detachable denture to ‘hold’ the tooth shift that can occur after extraction, is this possible?
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After permanent tooth extraction, it is very important to install dentures to prevent tooth shifting and other disorders such as eating disorders and chewing food and gum disorders. The types of dentures that you can use can vary, including:
removable partial dentures attach temporary dentures that are placed temporarily prior to a more permanent denture fitting procedure such as bridges or dental implants. Dental implants. Each of these procedures has its own disadvantages and advantages. Removable partial dentures are an inexpensive option for replacing extracted teeth, but these detachable dentures have some disadvantages as well such as:
aesthetically, it is not too good to be removed and cleaned regularly every day can shake when talking or chewing, so it is sometimes uncomfortable to wear Dentures of this type can still withstand tooth shifting as long as you use them regularly (not much removed, removed for cleaning only ).
For a permanent solution to replacing extracted teeth, implants or bridges are recommended. You can discuss further with your dentist about the next solution after tooth extraction tailored to the condition of your own teeth.
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