Immediate dentures are inserted right after the natural teeth are removed. Patients won’t have to deal with missing teeth while they’re still recovering.
Why you need an immediate denture?
The healing process can last for weeks or months. Partial dentures ensure you’ll never have to deal with the embarrassment of having missing teeth. They also help minimize swelling and speed up recovery. You’ll be ready for your permanent denture in no time.
Why should one go for Immediate Denture at Sea Breeze Dentistry?
Immediate dentures are the permanent and conventional treatment that anyone can get from us. The immediate dentures are not the same as the custom-fitted to the mouth as the permanent dentures. It doesn’t fit you properly and immediately, and that’s why all you need is expert help.
These dentures are placed in your mouth on the same day when the dentist will extract your teeth. In the first several months you need to wear this. In this way, you can wait for the arrival of your permanent dentures. Through this treatment, you can also get healing from the extraction.
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Benefits of receiving Immediate Denture:
- In this treatment, a person can fill up all the gaps in your mouth after the tooth extraction and get a complete smile.
- With this, you can get an immediate denture on the same day of the dental extraction.
- Get a complete healing process and reduce the amount of gum bleeding!
- Get a healthy and bright smile with a long-lasting effect. With this treatment, you can get back the confidence on your face that you have lost.
- It helps to give an align teeth & fit perfectly to you.
- Get an ultimate new denture to look instantly with this treatment.
What is the procedure involved in Immediate Denture?
- In the initial stage, first, we check oral health by using the tools. If we find any issues, we first check your last reports and then start the strategies for further treatment.
- In the next step, we ask you for the X-Ray or CT scan if necessary. Through the report, we check the bones and tissues of your teeth.
- According to that, we start diagnosing your issues and, if necessary, ask you for 2 to 3 times visits.