Removable prosthodontics is concerned with replacing the teeth and soft tissues with a non-fixed prosthesis that can be removed.

Complete denture:

Complete Denture is a removable replacement of full complement of missing teeth. They are made of acrylic resin. Fabrication of complete dentures is an elaborate and technique sensitive procedure, carefully carried out by your prosthodontist.

Who should wear a complete denture?

Any patient requiring full mouth extraction due to hopeless prognosis of all teeth is a candidate for complete denture.

What are the benefits of complete denture?

– Improved ability to eat
– Enhanced facial appearance
– Increased self-confidence
– Better speech

What are the types of complete denture?

Conventional vs Immediate
Complete dentures are given after all the teeth have been lost/removed. So, ideally the treatment should start only after the tissues have healed well. But, in some instances because of social and aesthetic concerns, the patient may not be able to go through a phase without teeth. So, in such cases, taking the patients’ requirements into consideration, an immediate denture can be delivered right after removal of the front teeth.

How much time does it take for dentures to be fabricated?

Denture fabrication process takes around 6-7 appointments. It is not a quick and easy process, rather time taking and dependant on dentist’s skill and experience.

BPS (Biofunctional Prosthetic system) Dentures:

Especially suited for patients who are very quality-conscious, extremely concerned about their dentures looking natural and where retention is less, these dentures provide much superior results.
BPS Dentures offers advantages of better comfort, high strength due to quality dense material usage, excellent aesthetics, easy maintenance and high-quality teeth to give a highly life like appearance.

Removable Partial Denture

A removable partial denture replaces one or few teeth and has components that rest on the soft tissues of mouth and clasps to hold onto the teeth.

Cast partial denture

Acrylic partial denture

Flexi denture