Frequently Asked

Do dentures make it hard to eat?

Whilst dentures are marvels of modern-day engineering and design, they are artificial nonetheless and do require some time to get used to, at first. When you are just starting out with your new set of dentures, we highly recommend that you start with softer foods that don’t require heavy chewing. It’s always a good idea to let your knife and fork do most of the chewing for you, slicing your food into small pieces. Once you are confident eating with your new dentures, you’ll be able to steadily resume your regular eating habits.

How often do you need to replace dentures?

When carefully looked after, your dentures can last anywhere from several right up to 8 years before needing to be replaced. Throughout these years, your dentures suffer from natural wear and tear and will need to be relined or restored to guarantee that they retain their comfort and functionality.

What do dentures feel like?

It can sometimes take a few weeks for patients to fully adapt to their new teeth. During this time, your new dentures may feel a little irritating and unnatural, as you discover how to eat and speak with them. This transitional period is entirely normal and before long, you will be completely at ease with your new dentures.

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Are dentures expensive?

The cost of dentures depends on the style of denture (full or partial) and the materials used to create them. At Logan Denture Clinic, we always aim to provide cost-effective denture products for our clients, while maintaining superior quality.

Can I sleep with dentures?

When patients first acquire their new dentures, we strongly recommend that they leave them in, even when going to bed. Once your gums have had sufficient time to adapt to them, we then suggest removing them before going to sleep each night, as this allows your gums to be cleansed by the saliva on your tongue.

Can I use bleach on my dentures?

Attempting to clean your dentures with bleach can have disastrous consequences. Bleach can permanently damage the structural integrity of your dentures, making them far more brittle and liable to breakage. Bleach can also ruin the aesthetics of your dentures, completely destroying their lustre and lifelike appearance. In addition to avoiding bleach, be sure to never clean your dentures with high temperature water, as this can distort the shape, ruining the alignment of them with your gums.

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