Removable Dentures

How long does it take to make removable prostheses and how many sessions does it take?
If porcelain coating is not required, it takes 4-6 sessions on average. After the prosthesis is attached, it may take a few more sessions to adapt to the mouth.
Is it difficult to get used to removable prostheses, how long can I get used to? Will I have trouble eating and will it affect my speech?
Patients get used to their new prostheses in an average of 1 month. Getting used to eating, on the other hand, varies from person to person, but it may take up to a month on average. The most important thing is to be patient to get used to newly made removable prostheses. If you have an old prosthesis that you have used before during this period, you should try to get used to your new prosthesis instead of using that prosthesis.
Do I have to remove my removable prosthesis at night? Can I use glue on my removable dentures?
In the initial process of getting used to removable prostheses, it is recommended that the prosthesis be cleaned and put on immediately after meals and not removed at night. However, you must then remove the prosthesis at night so that the soft tissues where the prosthesis sits can rest.
There is no need to use adhesive for fully compatible removable prostheses, but in some cases, it is only suitable for short-term use under physician control. It is not generally recommended to use permanent denture adhesive.
How to care for removable dentures?
Removable dentures are removed after meals, if you have your own teeth in the mouth; It is cleaned with a toothbrush / paste. Prostheses should be cleaned with a soft brush and liquid soap and kept in clean water at room temperature when left outside. Once a week, it should be kept in water using a cleaning tablet.
What is the life span of removable dentures?
Lifelong use of removable prostheses is out of question due to the changes in the soft tissues in the mouth where the prosthesis is supported. As a result of these changes in the tissues, the prosthesis becomes abundant, begins to fall, talking and eating becomes difficult. It is essential to go to the dentist at regular intervals and check every 6 months on average. It will be possible to use prostheses with an average of 5 years of use for longer periods with good care and controls.