If you have lost all or some teeth, and need replacement with removable dentures, Smile Again can provide you with superior quality dentures that look as natural and life-like as possible. There is never any compromise on the quality of denture, we assure you the best fit, and the highest level of comfort.
Smile Again unambiguously suggests every option to replace the missing teeth, the suitability of alternative dentures, the pros and cons of each option, and the comparative fees for different types of dentures.
Implant Retained Dentures
If you are a denture wearer and experiencing a loose fit or want to go for a fixed option in an economical way, then here is the solution for you. Dental implants serve to stabilize dentures in different ways that help restore the dentures to the correct fit.
The Smile Again implantologist will evaluate whether the implant retained dentures will allow more freedom, while smiling, talking, and chewing, if these were fixed again properly to give them correct fit.
The need for tooth extractionmay arise from a number of reasons. Some teeth are extracted because these are severely infected; A few others may have broken in a way that they cannot be easily repaired. There may be cases where a tooth may have been for it being poorly positioned in the mouth. Extractions may also be required for the preparation of an orthodontic treatment. An abscess or a collection of pus on your gums or around the teeth may even necessitate teeth removal. Gum disease may also call for extraction of tooth or teeth. The impacted wisdom tooth may require to be removed, at times
At Smile Again, teeth will be extracted only when all other options of saving teeth through either bridges or crowns are exhausted. As far as possible, Smile Again seeks to save teeth. Tooth extraction is the last resort. Smile Again prefers a customized procedure for tooth extraction, depending on the medical and dental history of a patient, his allergy-proneness, etc. Teeth may be removed in a single sitting or spread over a few sessions, depending on the number of teeth that need to be extracted.Smile Again prefers local anaesthesia that blocks pain from gums, enabling the patient to stay awake during the procedure. After the applied anaesthetic has taken effect, the dentist will widen your tooth socket and gently rock the tooth side to side until it's loose enough to pull out. You will feel some pressure in your mouth and hear some noise. You needn't feel any pain, however
There may be some bleeding from the gum, where the tooth is removed. The dentist or his assistant will give a piece of soft padding to bite on to stop the bleeding. It is necessary to stay at Smile Again until the bleeding stops. Also, it may also take a few hours before the sensation comes back into your mouth. Of course, the patient can leave the clinic, but will be advised not to rinse mouth out for at least six hours because that could disturb any blood clot that may have been formed, and restart bleeding. Before leaving the clinic, the dentist will also advise about looking after the teeth and gums, and recommend suitable painkillers, antibiotics, and mouthwash, while giving a date for a follow-up appointment.
Healing may take several days to a week. While brushing is allowed, care needs to keep the toothbrush away from the healing wound till full recovery.