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Denturist - Denturology

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Learn more about denture maintenance and the role of a denturist here.

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Denturist - Duration of a dental prosthesis

In general, a dental prosthesis has a duration which varies from 5 to 7 years. The duration varies from patient to patient due to movements of the bone and gums over the years. It is recommended that you have your dentures checked every five years by a dental professional. This will be able to assess whether your prostheses are still well suited to your gums. Also, if you notice that your prosthesis is becoming uncomfortable or that there seems to be a breakage, make an appointment with a specialist for an evaluation.

Maintenance of prostheses

Just like on natural teeth, tartar can build up on dentures. Tartar can be the cause of gum disease like gingivitis and periodontitis. It is therefore important to have a good maintenance of them.

It is recommended to rinse your dentures with lukewarm water after each meal and, if possible, brush with a soft-bristled brush to avoid damaging the surfaces thereof. Ideally, it is also recommended to perform a light brushing on the gums, palate and tongue. Bacteria will be eliminated after each meal and tartar will not be able to develop.

It is also suggested to remove your prostheses for the night in order to soak them in lukewarm water and a cleaning solution specially designed for this purpose. Removing your dentures promotes good blood circulation to your gums and palate.

The choice of the prosthesis will depend on your overall health in the first place, but also on your oral health. Trust your professionals in implantology, denturology and prosthodontics who will be able to give you the best recommendation according to your situation.

Denturist's role

What is a denturist?

Your denturist is a health professional recognized for the manufacture, fitting and fitting of dental prostheses.

He accompanies you every step of the way, from developing your treatment plan to putting in your mouth, including the manufacture of your dental prosthesis.

What is the work of a denturist?

  • He/she assesses your needs;
  • He/she develops a treatment plan adapted to your condition;
  • He/she designs the prosthesis;
  • He/she carries out your treatment plan;
  • He/she validates and controls your treatment plan;
  • He/she advises you on the right way to maintain your prosthesis, as well as the need to adjust or change it.

The advantage of consulting a denturist

The work of your denturist, the expert in dental prostheses, is carried out directly with you, without intermediary. This gives you the assurance of a very high quality custom-made prosthesis.

Denturist - Denturology - Free consultation

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514-700-8908
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consultation@monsmile.ca


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