A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Overall, there are two kinds of dentures which are complete and partial dentures. When all teeth are missing, it requires for complete denture. By the way, when only some teeth are missing, it is partial denture. Complete dentures
There are two types of it:
Conventional: Generally, conventional denture is made after the teeth have been extracted. Also, importantly, the gum tissue has initially become heal. As a result, when the teeth are removed already, it takes about 8 to 12 weeks to place a conventional denture.
Immediate: Advanced, It can be done and positioned immediately when the teeth is extracted. Immediate denture will help to eliminate your period not to having teeth. However, especially, during the healing period, the gum and the bone will become shrinking over time. Consequently, it requires more adjustments in order to perfectly and properly fit along the healing period. In general, it will be used only a short-term treatment until conventional denture is completed Partial dentures
A removable partial denture usually combines replacement teeth with a pink or gum-colored plastic base. Occasionally, it also has metal framework holding a denture in place in the mouth. Partial dentures are commonly used if one or more teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. Partial denture also prevents other teeth from changing position as well. A precision partial denture is removable and has internal attachments rather than clasps that attach to the adjacent crowns. It will help you to become more natural looking.
However, obviously, it is essential to process many steps for denture so time is an important factor to be concerned. For complete denture, it takes about one month while removable partial denture, metal framework type, takes about a few weeks depending on each person. Please directly contact Khalak Dental Home at +66-89-588-8558 or + 66-76-485-895 in order to make an appointment for preliminary checking or consult and getting a treatment plan.