Why restore your edentulism with Dentures ?:
Full edentulism is characterized by the complete loss of permanent teeth which can negatively impact quality of life in the form of functional, psychological, and social impairment, thus affecting day-to-day life. Elderly individuals with loss of teeth have low self-esteem, declined in psychosocial well-being, low participation in social activities, thus they suffer isolation. It can be minimized by rehabilitation with complete dentures which restores a sense of normalcy and enhances the individual’s ability to interact with others.
Types of Dentures:
Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) Dentures are designed to work with the body in a biologically harmonious way, maximizing function, and giving comfort and natural appearance to patients.
BPS dentures meet the esthetic demand of patients with its unique Ivoclar teeth, which replicate anatomy of the natural tooth.
Dentures have to be cleaned thoroughly in running water followed by brushing with soft denture brush and soaking in denture cleaning solution to prevent food particles getting accumulated on the denture.
Dentures have to be worn during eating, drinking, speaking except at night while sleeping. Dentures have to be removed and cleaned and stored in water in the night.
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