Immediate Denture

Immediate Denture 2017-05-10T20:37:09+03:00

Immediate Denture is the denture that is made before the extraction of natural teeth and is placed immediately after the extraction

Frequent Dental Questions

Indications:

  • In all cases that the treatment plan is the complete denture and the patient does not want to stay without teeth even one day!

Contraindications:

  • Heavy organic diseases such as cancer, uncontrolled diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, AIDS, etc.
  • Psychological disorders or memory loss that prevent an understanding of the treatment difficulties
  • Advancing age where resistance to multiple extractions is reduced
  • Radiotherapy due to severe risk of osteonecrosis

Advantages:

  • The patient avoids stress that will go out in public without teeth
  • The patient adaptation is easier
  • The Immediate Full Denture acts as a protective splint in extraction wounds, so the patient has less bleeding, faster healing, less pain

Disadvantages:

  • Multiple extractions create a general malaise for a few days
  • After a certain time needed an adjustment, to reline the immediate denture after initial placement and the patient will bear the cost of a reline of the denture

The procedure is the following :

1st

1st visit:

• Eventually color measurement with SpectroShade™ Micro
• Taking initial impressions of the upper and the lower jaw for the construction of individual trays
• Eventually teeth extraction

2nd

2nd visit :

• Taking the final impression with individual trays

3nd

3rd visit:

• Wax Rim of the denture

4nd

4th visit :

• Final evaluation of the fitting of the denture teeth and the shape, size and color of the teeth

5st

5th visit:

• Final extraction of teeth remained
• Final fitting of the complete denture
• Leaving the clinic with a radiant smile, you can eat directly

6st

6th visit:

• Final evaluation a week later