Leru Dentures

Full Dentures from Leru Dental Lab

Dentures serve as an effective, removable dental solution, acting as a stand-in for missing teeth and the tissue surrounding them. Designed to replicate the look of your natural teeth, our dentures at Leru Dental Lab not only restore function but may even amplify your patients' smiles.

We provide two categories of dentures - full and partial. Full dentures are employed when the patient has lost all their teeth, whereas partial dentures come into play when some natural teeth remain intact. Notably, partial dentures not only bridge the gaps caused by absent teeth but also prevent any remaining teeth from drifting.

A full denture can fall into one of two classifications - "conventional" or "immediate." Conventional dentures are fabricated after the teeth have been extracted and the gum tissue has healed, a process typically spanning 4 to 6 weeks. In this duration, the patient will be toothless. Conversely, immediate dentures are prepared beforehand and placed right after tooth extraction, saving the patient from an awkward toothless phase during healing. However, as the tissues heal and shrink, the immediate dentures will necessitate adjustments.

Constructed with durability in mind, our dentures are long-lasting dental solutions. However, over time, they may require repairs, readjustments, or even replacements due to ordinary wear and tear.

Reasons for opting for dentures:

Full Denture - Complete loss of teeth in an arch. Partial Denture - Loss of multiple teeth in an arch. Enhancement of smile and facial structures. Improvement in chewing, speech, and digestion capabilities.

What is the process of acquiring dentures? Acquiring dentures involves several appointments typically spread across a few weeks. Accurate impressions (molds) and measurements are captured and utilized to fabricate your custom denture. To ensure the proper shape, color, and fit, multiple "try-in" appointments may be necessary. In the concluding appointment, your dentist will fine-tune and install the finalized denture, promising a comfortable and natural fit.

Experiencing an increase in saliva flow, slight discomfort, and potential difficulties with speech and chewing initially are normal.

However, these symptoms will gradually fade as the muscles and tissues adapt to the new dentures.

We provide care instructions for your new dentures, ensuring they maintain their quality. Regular cleaning of your new dental appliance, maintaining good oral hygiene, and keeping up with regular dental appointments will extend the longevity of your new dentures.


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