Getting Dentures in India: Everything You Need to Know


Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth. They are an affordable and effective solution for tooth replacement compared to options like dental implants or bridges.

There are two main types of dentures: full dentures and partial dentures.

  • Full Dentures: Full dentures are used when patients have lost all their teeth. Replacement teeth are attached to an acrylic base that resembles natural gum. Upper dentures have a plate covering the upper mouth, while lower dentures have a horseshoe shape that rests on the gums and supporting bone structure.
  • Basic Full Dentures: These dentures are made using unaccented acrylic material and provide a functional solution. They come with a six-month warranty and a satisfaction guarantee. 
  • Classic Full Dentures: Custom-made using high-quality materials, these dentures restore a natural smile. They offer better aesthetics with customised pigmentation to match gum tissues. Classic Full Dentures come with a one-year warranty and a satisfaction guarantee.
  • Partial Dentures: Partial dentures are custom-made to fill gaps for patients who have lost some teeth. They provide a natural appearance and help restore confidence in smiling, eating, and speaking. Partial dentures typically have an acrylic base that blends with the gum colour and a metal structure for support. They can be attached to natural teeth with clasps or crowns.

Benefits of Dentures

  • Enhance your smile and overall appearance.
  • Improve chewing and speaking abilities.
  • Prevent facial sagging and premature ageing caused by missing teeth.
  • Restore balance and prevent excess pressure on remaining teeth and jaw joints.

Getting Used to Dentures

It may take time to adjust to wearing dentures. Initially, they may feel strange or fit tightly, but with practice, you’ll become accustomed to them. Avoid biting down forcefully or wearing dentures all day and night. Remove them before bed and wear them again in the morning. Regular dental visits are important for adjustments and oral health check-ups.

Denture Fabrication Process

  • Initial Consultation: Assessing oral health and taking impressions of gums and teeth for the denture mould.
  • Choosing Materials: Selecting tooth colour, gum shades, textures, and ridging to create a natural look.
  • Denture Fabrication: Utilising either cold-pour or heat-injection methods for denture creation.
  • Fitting & Adjustment: Making necessary adjustments for a comfortable fit.
  • Denture Repair & Reline: Regular check-ups and repairs for maintaining optimal denture function.
  • Denture Replacement: Dentures should be replaced every 5 to 7 years due to changes in the shape of the mouth.

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Regular dental visits are important even after receiving dentures to ensure optimal oral health. It is recommended to schedule appointments with your dentist at least once a year. These visits allow for necessary adjustments to be made to your dentures and help prevent potential serious issues. If you experience any discomfort, irritation, or notice frequent sore spots on your gums, it is essential to promptly consult your dentist for evaluation and appropriate treatment.

Taking care of your removable dentures is essential to ensure their longevity and maintain your oral health. Here are some tips to help you care for your dentures at home:

  • Practise proper oral hygiene: Brush your tongue, the roof of your mouth, and gums before bed and before inserting your dentures. Maintain a healthy and balanced diet.
  • Follow a dental routine: If you still have some natural teeth, continue to follow the recommended dental routine for your remaining teeth to keep your gums and teeth healthy.
  • Regular dental check-ups: If you have lost all your natural teeth, visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and to ensure proper denture fit.
  • Clean your dentures daily: Remove your dentures and rinse off any food particles. Use a denture cleaner or a small amount of dishwashing liquid soap to brush all surfaces of your dentures. Use a brush designed specifically for denture cleaning or a soft bristle brush. Avoid using toothpaste, as it can be abrasive and damage your dentures.
  • Handle with care: To prevent accidental breakage, clean your dentures over a towel or inside a sink filled with cool water.
  • Soak your dentures: When not wearing your dentures, soak them in denture solution or water. This prevents them from drying out and losing their shape. Avoid leaving them out in the open.
  • Thoroughly rinse after cleaning: After using denture cleansers, rinse your dentures thoroughly with water to remove any residual chemicals that could be harmful if ingested.
  • Use approved denture cleaners: Use denture cleaners that have been approved by your local healthcare authority as safe for use.
  • Maintain your natural teeth: Brush your remaining teeth twice daily with fluoridated toothpaste and floss once daily to keep your gums and teeth healthy.
  • Clean hard-to-reach areas: Pay extra attention to cleaning teeth clasped underneath denture clasps. Ask your dentist for guidance on the correct technique to clean between these teeth.
  • Store safely: When removing your dentures, store them in a safe place out of reach of children and animals.

By following these care guidelines and visiting your dentist regularly, you can ensure the longevity and optimal performance of your dentures while maintaining your overall oral health

Typically, it is advised by our dentists to consider replacing your dentures approximately every 5 to 7 years. Similar to natural teeth, dentures experience wear and staining over time. Additionally, the tissues in your mouth and jawbone undergo continuous changes. Consequently, periodic adjustments and rebasing of your dentures are necessary to ensure they maintain a comfortable and secure fit.

There are several alternatives to dentures that patients can consider, including dental implants, dental bridges, all-on-4, all-on-6, all-on-8 dental implants and implant-retained dentures. Your dentist will assess your specific needs and requirements to recommend the most suitable tooth replacement solution for you.

Even with dentures, you will be able to enjoy eating a variety of foods, including hard-to-chew foods like carrots and apples. While it may require some adjustment and time to get used to eating with dentures, your dentist and dental team are available to provide guidance and support throughout the process.

It is common for new denture wearers to experience some initial discomfort and adjustment issues during the first few days. However, there is no need to worry as these issues typically resolve quickly. Some of the common problems include excessive saliva, soreness in the mouth gums or muscles, and a feeling of loose or large denture fit. With time, your mouth muscles and tongue will adapt to the dentures, and they will start to feel more comfortable. It is important to remember that your facial muscles and oral tissues will adjust to the dentures in a relatively short period, and you will soon feel at ease with them. If you experience persistent discomfort or have concerns about your dentures, it is recommended to reach out to your dentist. Their dedicated team of dentists and clinic staff will be available to make any necessary adjustments to ensure your comfort.

For individuals with missing teeth, dentures can significantly boost self-confidence and overall quality of life. However, adjusting to wearing dentures may require some time and patience. Here are some valuable tips to ease the transition and adapt to wearing dentures comfortably:

  • Consistent Wear: Wear your dentures regularly to get accustomed to them. If you experience any discomfort, visit your dentist for adjustments. 
  • Practise Eating: When eating with dentures, opt for tender foods and avoid sticky or tough items. Breaking down food into smaller pieces and chewing gently will also help. Utilise both sides of your mouth while chewing to balance pressures.
  • Speech Practice: Practising speaking may be initially challenging, but it improves with time. Use a mirror to practise speaking and reading aloud.
  • Daily Cleaning: Cleanse your dentures daily using a denture brush and cleaner to maintain oral hygiene.
  • Nighttime Rest: Remove your dentures at night before sleeping to allow your gums to relax.

By following these tips and being patient with the adjustment process, you can make the transition to wearing dentures more comfortable and seamless. Remember, your dentist is there to support you throughout this journey.

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