How to care for your denture
1. Keep your denture clean by brushing with a mild hand soap and soft brush after each meal or at least once a day. A regular cleaning helps remove stains, food particle, and odor-causing bacteria. You may use a commercial denture cleanser. Look for the American Dental Association seal of approval (ADA Seal) when shopping for a denture cleanser.
2. Take your denture out every night when you go to sleep. Place it in water after cleaning it.
3. Rinse your mouth with mouthwash at least once a day to keep your mouth clean.
4. Make follow-up appointments, update your medical history, evaluate your denture fit.
5. Do an oral cancer screening every 6 months and yearly follow-up.
6. Many patients like to come in more than once a year for peace of mind and a nice clean denture.
Complete dentures are used to replace teeth when there are no teeth remaining. Making a quality complete set of dentures can take an average of 5 appointments. Each patient has unique ethetic requirements; each patient has a unique shape of their oral tissue and relationship of upper and lower jaws.
After insertion of the new denture, it will take time to get used to it. New dentures always need a few adjustments, and it takes time to learn how to eat, speak, and wear your new dentures, especially the lower one. The lower denture never fits tight and does not have 'suction' like an upper one. You do not chew with your denture as you would with your natural teeth.
We specialize in making full and partial dentures.
Most relines and repairs can be done in the same day.
We only use materials that are US made. Lab is on site,
We guarantee all of our products 100%.
Denture Relines and Repairs
A loose denture makes it harder to chew and may cause infections, irritation, or sores in your mouth. If your denture is loose, especially after recent extractions, you may need a temporary soft reline. A soft reline is done in the office (called a "chair site reline"). The soft material used to make this reline helps keep the denture close and comfortable. It is removed when a laboratory reline is needed.
A laboratory reline, also called a hard, permanent reline, is made with the same type of material used to make a denture. This procedure takes more time, but it can be completed in our on-site lab on the same day. A reline does not change the appearance of your dentures, just the fit of them.
Repairs can be done in the same day. All the materials used to service your denture are high-quality, U.S.-made components.
Aesthetic Denture and Dental Clinic
The only denturist office in Redmond area specializing in dentures and denture implants
We specialize in makingfull and partialdentures. Most relines and repairs can be done on the same day. We only use materials that are US made.
Our lab is on-site. We guarantee all of our products 100%.
Implant Supported Denture
An implant supported denture is similar to a regular denture, except that it is supported and attached to implants. It is usually made for a less stable lower denture. The complete process may take several months and includes surgical placement of implants, post surgical healing period, and placement of the denture. In some cases, the existing regular denture may be converted into an implant supported prosthesis. For more information, please schedule a free consultation.
Nightguards, Sportsguard, Snoreguard
Nightguards worn at night can prevent teeth grinding and relieve pain caused by bruxism while snoreguards may reduce snoring intensity and frequency. A custom sportsguard is the best option to reduce a chance of teeth damage that may occur while playing sports. A precise fit and quality material distinguishes a custom sportsguard from generic, over the counter products. Multiple colors are available
Partial Denture and Flipper
Removable partial denture (or "RPD") fills in the space created by missing teeth. When teeth are missing, the remaining ones can change position, drifting into surrounding space. There are two kinds of partial dentures: acrylic partial (also called temporary or flipper), and partial dentures with metal as a base. Each partial is made to fit your mouth. Metal base partials are more stable and retentive; they sit on the teeth, as well as being attached to them. The differences between partials are the materials used to support denture teeth and retain in the mouth.