It doesn’t take much effort to adjust to wearing dentures. Once you do, you will find that the experience is a positive one, in terms of how your smile looks, as well as your ability to speak and chew with confidence. At Dental House, we fit you with partial or complete dentures so that you can have a full set of teeth once more.
When you first get your Salisbury dentures, you should eat soft foods. Stick to things that don’t have to be chewed extensively, and avoid crunchy items. Don’t worry. You will work your way up to being able to eat anything you want. Be sure to chew on both sides when you have complete dentures so that you can break them in properly. After meals, take out your Salisbury dentures and rinse them off. And before bed, you will want to take them out and leave them soaking overnight. Be sure to handle them carefully, and if you have partial dentures, do not hold them by the clasps. The above is certainly not a lot to ask, and with those simple guidelines you can enhance your enjoyment of your new dentures. Whether partial or full, they are all made at the dental lab from precise impressions taken at our office. A plastic base is colored pink to match your gums. It is supported by a metal structure. Atop the base are the appropriate number of new teeth. As mentioned earlier, partial dentures have clasps that attach to your surrounding teeth, in addition to the adhesive that you apply between the dentures and your gums.
With your Salisbury dentures, you will have the opportunity to do so much that you could not without all your teeth. It’s simple to get dentures, and anyone is a good candidate. There are no difficult qualifications to meet. Simply call our office to set up an appointment.