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Principles Of A Comfortable Dentures

Teeth are essential for chewing our food and speaking; missing teeth often cause problems with eating and speech. That is why tooth replacement options like dentures are required. There are three important principles of comfortable dentures: support, stability, and retention. For more information about dentures, bridges or even tooth implants seek advice from your local dentist.

Teeth are essential for chewing our food and speaking; missing teeth often cause problems with eating and speech. That is why tooth replacement options like dentures are required. There are three important principles of comfortable dentures: support, stability, and retention. For more information about dentures, bridges or even tooth implants seek advice from your local dentist.

dentureSupport is the principle that explains how the gums and underlying tissues collectively described as mucus support the dentures by giving them resistance to moving vertically and deeper into the various arcs. When it comes to upper teeth, the slit and gums play a major role here.

The principle of stability describes how the base of the teeth prevents it from moving in the horizontal plane, thus sliding from the front, back or side to side. The higher the base of the tooth (the pink substance) in continuous contact and smoother with the hills, the better the stability. Of course, the higher and higher the chain, the better the stability. However, this is usually the result of patient dissection, except surgical intervention such as bone grafts and others. Dentures also provide stability to the mandible edge and jaws, which includes orthopedic support sockets where the teeth are placed once. This stability provides stimulation where the jaw and the deep crown can collapse, leading eventually to more serious health complications and changes in head and jaw shape. People who have lost their teeth or for years suffer from the bad effects of decaying teeth caused by tooth deficiency, deficiency or periodontal disease recommended by their dentist to replace their teeth, in whole or in part with a set of dentures.

Retention refers to the ability of the prostheses to resist displacement in the opposite direction of the insertion path. In order to achieve optimal retention, the inner surface of the tooth base must match well with the surface of the primary mucosa. The higher the topographic tradition of the inner surface of the underlying gums and tissues (mucosa), the better the retention leading to much comfortable dentures.

  • Published On : 1 week ago on November 30, 2018
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