Some of you do not like the feel of a denture in the roof of the mouth, the palate. You may have a feeling of nausea and find it difficult to swallow and talk with a full palate. A palate, dent denture is a solution for a more comfortable lifestyle. In order for a probe to snap in dentures to function properly it must be fitted into 4-5 implants, depending on the size of your arch. The toothless dentures are a favorite among our patients due to the higher level of comfort associated with very secure, stable and comfortable teeth.
Upper and lower teeth
An upper denture is retained by suction in a suction-like manner on the glass. Biting on a sandwich, yawning or sneezing can cause a superior denture to lose suction and fall. With the use of snaps, the combination of suction and pressure will allow the fit in the dentures to function very similar to natural teeth. The denture will feel stable and secure.
Lower dentures are more difficult than upper dentures because there is no suction to hold them. This lack of suction, along with movement of the jaw and tongue during mastication and speech can cause a lower denture to be very uncomfortable and sometimes painful. The lower dentures simply float on the ridge where the teeth used to be and do not remain in the suction use as the top. Because the lower dentures slide and slide, and as a result cause continuous gum pain when eating, the option of dentures is imperative for lower dentures. For many patients, it is the minimum standard of care for a satisfactory quality of life.