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Denture Repair: a denture repair is replacing (repairing) broken, missing or worn parts of a denture (reuniting) (repair) (denture repair) . A denture repair can be fixed with a repair kit. A denture repair kit contains dental material and instructions which will allow you to repair your denture. You can also have a dentist fix your broken repair, repairs usually take a day or so to be repaired by a dentist, or you can fix your own repair, repairs, with a denture repair kit in and hour or so.
Denture Repairs: denture repairs are broken, cracked or missing teeth on dentures that need fixing or a repair.(denture repairs) denture repairs means you have more than one repair on your denture to fix. Like your denture is cracked and has missing teeth so denture repairs must be made by a dentist or a do it yourself denture repair kit. We carry repairs kits here.
Denture Repair Kit: a kit containing denture repair items or packaged denture materials ready to fix the broken, missing worn parts of a denture (reuniting) (denture repair kit)(kit) a repair kit is used by the denture wearer to repair his own dentures. A denture repair kit can fix broken, cracked or missing teeth, denture repairs, a denture repair kit is a must if fixing your own denture repair. We carry repair kits here.
Denture Reline: a denture reline is adding a denture material to a denture and placing it into your mouth to fill in the empty space between the denture and the natural gums for a secure fit (denture reline). A reline is needed when dentures become loose and irritating and no longer fit, you can do your own reline with a reline kit or you can have it done by a dentist at a greater cost. We carry reline kits here.
Denture Reline Kit: a kit containing denture materials in a package ready to reline or fill the empty space between the denture and the natural gums for a secure fit (denture reline kit)(denture reline) . A denture reline kit allows you to reline your dentures at home, relines are easy and simple to do with great results. Using a do it yourself denture reline kit saves you money with the reline results you need. We carry reline kits here.
Reline Denture or Reline Dentures: reline denture or dentures is adding a denture material to denture and placing it into your mouth to fill in the empty space between the denture and the natural gums for a secure fit (reline dentures)(reline denture). Relines are needed when you dentures become loose and irritating and fall down, at this time you need to reline your dentures either using a doing it yourself denture reline kit or having a dentist reline your dentures for you. Relining your loose dentures is easy and simple to do.
Loose dentures: Loose Denture or Loose Dentures is usually caused by wear (denture wear and gum wear) of your old dentures and weight lost is also a major factor in loose dentures. Losing a few pounds can affect the fit of your denture (Loose Denture or Loose Dentures) . There's nothing worse than loose dentures, loose dentures cause sore spots and embrassment. Loose dentures can be fixed by using a denture reline or denture relining materials of professional use. You can reline your own loose dentures of have a dentist reline your loose dentures, either way relined dentures are much better than loose dentures.. loose dentures.
Denture Liner Liners: a denture liner (liners) is a denture adhesive pad or reline material, to put in a dentures to add retention to denture to help hold denture, and dentures in place (denture liner liners). A denture liner (liners) are needed when your dentures become loose and irritating causing sore spots, denture liner, liners can temporarily hold dentures in place. A more permanet way without using temporary liners, liner is to reline dentures with a do it yourself reline kit. Liners, liner are fine for short time relief. We carry do it yourself denture reline kits, kit, here.
Affordable Dentures: affordable dentures are dentures that you think are affordable, cheap and low cost. (affordable dentures). Affordable dentures can be bought almost everywhere but make sure they are affordable before you buy check around for the best affordable prices.(affordable dentures) . What are affordable dentures and what do affordable dentures cost? Affordable dentures aren't all what there cracked up to be to learn more about affordable dentures click here and go to our affordable dentures page.
Denture Adhesive: (stick'em) denture adhesive pads, denture adhesive powders, denture adhesive paste and denture adhesive cushions that are placed into a denture to hold it temporarily in place. (adhesive)(denture adhesive) . There's not a whole lot we can say about denture adhesive besides another alternative is to reline dentures using a denture reline kit or reline your dentures through a dentist. Adhesive is a short term fix for loose dentures that need relining. There are many denture adhesive product materials out there to chose. We carry denture reline kits here not denture adhesive or adhesives.
Soft Denture Reline: Professional Soft Denture Reline Kits now available for Public use. Soft liner, Soft liners are great for your gums. Soft Reliners soft denture reline, liner, liners, reliners are all made of a soft denture material to help protect the natural gums from hard plastic dentures. They are also used on denture wearers who have no gum structures. (soft denture reline) . If you want a confortable fit than using a soft liner liners or a soft denture reline is the way to go. Soft denture relines feel great on gums and have a snug fit. Soft denture relines are getting more popular than ever and will remain so because of the soft confortable a soft denture reliner gives the denture wearer. We carry soft reline material kits here, not adhesive, liners or liner.
False Teeth: an artificial subsitute for natural teeth, removeable applicances man made (false teeth). False teeth or dentures (same) are needed whem your natural teeth are gone, false teeth replace your natural teeth as a subsitute (man made) to wear in place of your natural. To learn more about false teeth and George Washingtons false teeth click here to go to our false teeth page and learn more about false teeth and what Georges false teeth were really made of.
FalseTeeth Repair: repair (fix) artificial applicance that is broke, broken, cracked or has missing teeth (false teeth repair) . False teeth repair is fixing a denture repair or false teeth repair that has been broken, cracked or missing teeth. You can fix your own false teeth repair with a denture repair or kit at home easily and inexpensively or you can have a dentist fix you false teeth repair which will cost you more money than by you fixing your own false teeth repair at home. We carry false teeth repair kit (kits) here.
Denture Relines: means having to reline more than one denture, relines are needed when dentures become loose and irritating and easily fall out of your mouth (denture relines). You can do you own denture relines or have a dentist do your relines at a much higher cost. Denture relines can be done by using a reline kit, denture relines are easy to do and inexpensive using a denture reline kit. Don't be miss guided by the terms denture liners or liner and relines, denture liners or liner are just a temporary fix where denture relines are more permanent. We carry denture relines kit (kits) here, not liners, liner, adhesive or adhesives.
Cheap Dentures: cheap dentures are just that, cheap, affordable, and low cost, whatever fits your budget or lowest cost around. Sometimes made of cheaper material and low cost products (cheap dentures)(cheap) . Here again the word cheap related to affordable comes up, what's the difference, nothing. Cheap, affordable and even low cost, all the same just different words to get you to buy cheap, affordable, low cost dentures. Theres nothing cheap, affordable or low cost about dentures there all to expensive, but thats the reason they use these keyword terms cheap, affordable and low cost dentures is to get you into there office and explain to you that only there economy dentures are affordable, cheap and low cost. What a hype! Cheap, affordable and low cost are gimic words to get you where they want you.
Low Cost Dentures: low cost dentures are just that, low cost, cheap, affordable, whatever fits your budget or lowest cost around. Sometimes made of cheaper material and low cost products (low cost dentures)(low cost) . Here we go again low cost , cheap and affordable dentures just read above and see everything related to the hype of cheap dentures, affordable dentures and low cost dentures enough said.
Denture Reline - Repair Material: denture material are materials needed to repair, reline, rebase, polish etc. material to make and care for dentures (denture material) . Denture material the substance of a denture and making of dentures. Professional denture material is sold through dental supply houses which carry many brands of material. Material has a wide relation to denture materials and products because products and material are of the same..
Denture Products: are products and or materials needed for dentures like, adhesive, denture repair, denture reline, soft denture reline, denture cleaning, repair kits and reline dentures kits (denture products)(products) . Denture products or material are used for denture construction, there are many product brand material on the market and most material and products are sold through dental supply houses some products and material are sold to the public here. So as you can see denture products has a wide range of associations with materials.
Denture Reliners: denture reliners are needed when dentures become loose and irritating, won't stay in place, fall out of mouth ( reliners)( reliner). Reliners can be liners or a liner or denture reliners or relines. The difference is reliners, liners or liner are only a short term fix where denture reline, denture relines are more of a permanent fix. Actually the words denture reliners is associated with both relines, reline, liners and liner. We carry denture reline kits (kit) here to reline dentures not liners, liner or adhesive.
Denture Cleaning Tablets: stained dentures are older dentures which have collected plaque and stains from food and drink over the years, can be removed with denture tablets or dentist visit (stained dentures)(stained) Denture cleaning tablets are a types of cleaners, there are many types of cleaners on the market but the majority are cleaning tablets. The reason is that cleaning tablets are easy to use just drop in water and let it fizz. We carry cleaning tablets here not liners, liner or adhesive.
Dental Products: dental products are products and materials of all dental equipment and supplies having to do with any type of Dental operation and all are considered dental products (Dental Products) . Dental products has a wide wide range to it like denture products and denture material all are associated with dental products. Dental products are also associated with dentist, dentristy, and dental labs because they all use dental products to make, repair, reline, relines, clean and to construct dentures. We carry professional denture products here, denture reline kits, denture repair kit, denture cleaning tablets, cleaning tablets are not in kit form but come in single packets.
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Upper jaw dentures or Dentures, or, more accurately, removable complete dentures are full-mouth false teeth, which are used when a patient has no teeth left on either the mandibular arch, the maxillary arch, or both. Patients can become entirely edentulous (without teeth) either due to ineffective oral hygiene or trauma. Removable complete dentures, can help give the edentulous patient better masticatory (chewing) abilities, as well as enhance the esthetic appeal of their lips in specific and their entire face in general.
Removable partial dentures are for patients who are missing only some of their teeth on a particular arch. Fixed partial dentures, better known as crowns and bridges, are also for patients missing only some of their teeth, but these are more expensive than removable appliances, and they are contraindicated in certain instances.
Sets of dentures have been found dating from the 15th century and probably existed before that time. Carved from bone or ivory, or made up of teeth from dead or living donors, these dentures were uncomfortable and rotted after extended use. The first porcelain dentures were made around 1770 by Alexis Duchâteau. In 1791 the first British patent was granted to Nicholas Dubois De Chemant, previously assistant to Duchateau, for De Chemant's Specification, "a composition for the purpose of making of artificial teeth either single double or in rows or in compleat setts and also springs for fastening or affixing the same in a more easy and effectual manner than any hitherto discovered which said teeth may be made of any shade or colour, which they will retain for any length of time and will consequently more prefectly resemble the natural teeth." He began selling his wares in 1792 with most of his porcelain paste supplied by Wedgwood. Single teeth in porcelain were made from 1808. Later dentures were made of vulcanite and then, in the 20th century, acrylic resin and other plastics. In Britian in 1968 79% of those aged 65-74 had no natural teeth, by 1998 this proportion had fallen to 36%.
Problems with Complete Dentures
Problems with dentures include the fact that patients are not used to having something in their mouth that is not food. The brain senses this appliance as "food" and sends messages to the salivary glands to produce more saliva and to secrete it at a higher rate. New dentures will also be the inevitable cause of sore spots as they rub and press on the mucosa. A few denture adjustments for the weeks following insertion of the dentures can take care of this issue. Gagging is another problem encountered by some patients. At times, this may be due to a denture that is too loose fitting, too thick or not extended far enough posteriorly onto the soft palate. At times, gagging may also be attributed to psychological denial of the denture. (Psychological gagging is the most difficult to treat since it is out of the dentist's control. In such cases, an implant supported palateless denture may have to be constructed or a hypnotist may need to be consulted).
Another problem with dentures is keeping them in place. There are three rules governing the existence of removable oral appliances: support, stability and retention.
Support is the principle that describes how well the underlying mucosa (oral tissues, including gums and the vestibules} keeps the denture from moving in the vertical plane towards the arch in question, and thus being excessively depressed and moving deeper into the arch. For the mandibular arch, this function is provided by the gingiva (gums) and the buccal vestibule (valley region between the gums and the lip), whereas in the maxillary arch, the palate joins in to help support the denture. The larger the denture flanges (part of the denture that extends into the vestibule), the better the support.
More recently, there has been a move to increase denture stability with implants. When pressure is applied to alveolar bone bereft of teeth (alveolar bone is the bone in which teeth normally reside), the bone reacts to this pressure by resorbing. After many years of denture wearing, the ridges upon which the dentures rest deteriorate and can easily all but disappear. The insertion of implants into the bone below the dentures can help to seriously combat this unfortunate occurrence. The implants are strategically placed to bear the brunt of the pressure when the denture is used for chewing, keeping the bone from melting away. When implants are integrated into treatment, the denture is now referred to as being an implant supported overdenture and the implants are referred to as overdenture abutments.
Stability is the principle that describes how well the denture base is prevented from moving in the horizontal plane, and thus from sliding side to side or front and back. The more the denture base (pink material) runs in smooth and continuous contact with the edentulous ridge (the hill upon which the teeth used to reside, but now consists of only residual alveolar bone with overlying mucosa), the better the stability. Of course, the higher and broader the ridge, the better the stability will be, but this is usually just a result of patient anatomy, barring surgical intervention (bone grafts, etc.).
Retention is the principle that describes how well the denture is prevented from moving in the vertical plane in the opposite direction of insertion. The better the topographical mimicry of the intaglio (interior) surface of the denture base to the surface of the underlying mucosa, the better the retention will be (in removable partial dentures, the clasps are a big time provider of retention), as surface tension, suction and just plain old friction will aid in keeping the denture base from breaking intimate contact with the mucosal surface. It is important to note that the most critical element in the retentive design of a full maxillary denture is a complete and total border seal in order to achieve 'suction'. The border seal is composed of the edges of the anterior and lateral aspects AND the posterior palatal seal. The posterior palatal seal design is accomplished by covering the entire hard palate and extending beyond and ending onto the soft palate.
As mentioned above, implant technology can vastly improve the patient's denture-wearing experience by increasing stability and saving his or her bone from wearing away. Implant can also help with the retention factor. Instead of merely placing the implants to serve as blocking mechanism against the denture pushing on the alveolar bone, small retentive appliances can be attached to the implants that can then snap into a modified denture base to allow for tremendously increased retention. Options available include a metal Hader bar or precision balls attachments, among other things.
As can be expected with any removable appliance placed in the mouth, there will be some problems (in respect to the three principles mentioned above) with dentures no matter how well they are made. This is because the best the dentist can do is fabricate the upper denture to work in harmony with the lower denture when the patient is at rest. If the only variables in the equation are the patient's edentulous ridges and the two dentures, the dentist can set the teeth in certain ways to help prevent dislodgement during opening, closing and swallowing. Once food enters into the picture, though, the stability of the denture bases is not impervious to disruption. During chewing, the denture bases will sometimes act as class 1 levers, and when the patient bites down on the anterior, or front, teeth, the posterior, or rear, teeth are bound to move away from the ridge. Although the ideals of denture design will have it that the intaglio surface is in perfect, intimate contact with the ridge and the margins of the denture base will create a perfect suction seal (the seal is actually only on the maxillary denture), ideals are rarely if ever met in this imperfect world, and thus some movement is to be expected. Denture adhesive can then be utilized to compete against the forces trying to pull the denture base away from the mucosa. In a perfect world, a patient with a perfect edentulous ridge with a perfectly fitting denture would require no adhesive, as the actual form of the denture base should work in tandem with the three principles mentioned above, thus precluding movement in any way, shape or form.
Mini dental implants are ultra-small diameter (1.8 millimeter width), biocompatible titanium alloy implant screws, conceived and designed over 20 years ago by a dentist, Victor I. Sendax, DDS. He created this unique dental product as a transitional device to help support fixed bridge replacements for lost teeth. His novel theory was that mini implants could function free standing by themselves or in combination with natural tooth supports and/or larger conventional type dental implants. This was a revolutionary concept in dental science.
In 1997, Dr. Sendax collaborated about his mini implant theory and design concepts with a colleague, Dr. Ronald A. Bulard. Dr. Bulard had previously formed a dental implant company, IMTEC Corporation, which was at the time manufacturing and marketing standard sized dental implants, abutments, and other dental products. Convinced they were on to something special, the two implantologists spent countless hours studying and refining Dr. Sendax's original creative design, resulting in a more efficient top and collar to the mini dental implants. Combining this now re-designed mini implant with Dr. Sendax's original insertion protocol resulted in a successful breakthrough. IMTEC Corporation now offers this innovation under the brand name IMTEC Sendax MDI (mini dental implant). The innovative system and procedure was thereafter formally introduced to the United States dental community at an implant conference in Orlando, Florida in April, 1999. It was an instant success and now represents one of the fastest growing segments of the dental product industry.
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