Category Archives: Ask the Dentist

Dentist or Periodontist

Tlohang’s Question : Hello there again:D.I went to see a dentist and fortunately my situation is good than expected.There’s only a single decayed tooth.And i must say i’m more than delighted to tell you i see a 75% change.My problem is the 25% halitosis left.It was my first time seeing a dentists,my question is,should i go to see y dentists again or should i see a periodontist?

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : You should see a Periodontist.

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New denture wearers will get accustomed to the new dentures and adapt to them. - dentures.com.ph

New denture wearers will get accustomed to the new dentures and adapt to them. – dentures.com.ph

Denture and Crown Bad Odor

Yves’s Question : I usually clean my tongue, teeth, crowns and denture properly but i don’t know where bad smell coming from,could you plz give me some home remedies and medecine to cure that bad smell? thanks!

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : You have to visit a dentist. Bad breath is multifactorial. But usually it is caused by gum disease. Gum disease can only be treated by a dentist.

Partial dentures can cause an increase in the accumulation of bacteria that could lead to the progression of periodontal disease.

Partial dentures can cause an increase in the accumulation of bacteria that could lead to the progression of periodontal disease.

Denture check-up

Alice’s Question : When is my denture check up?

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : It is necessary you visit your dentist at least twice a year to make sure your dentures fit optimumly. When you visit your dentist, he will not only check your dentures and any remaining teeth but also make sure the soft parts of your mouth, such as your tongue and cheeks are healthy too.

While the denture is polished on the outside, the inside is not. - dentures.com.ph

While the denture is polished on the outside, the inside is not. – dentures.com.ph

Affordable way to replace a missing front tooth

Charlie’s Question : What’s the most affordable way to replace a missing front tooth?

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : The most affordable way to replace a missing front tooth is with an acrylic removable denture. It may not be the most functional, comfortable or best looking way to replace the tooth but it is the most economical.

Removable denture for a missing anterior tooth is either made out of acrylic only or cast metal and acrylic.

Acrylic Removable Partial Denture for missing front teeth. Photo Credit:  www.dentures.com.ph

Acrylic Removable Partial Denture for missing front teeth. Photo Credit: www.dentures.com.ph

Dentures Cost in Malaysia

Amit’s Question : How much do dentures cost in Malaysia?

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : There’s no fixed cost for dentures in Malaysia. The cost of dentures is case to case basis. There are too many factors which affect the cost. What you can do is see a dentist today. The cost of your dentures will be known once your dentist has performed a thorough dental examination.

Equipoise Removable Partial Denture

Dentures cost in Malaysia

I like Dentures

John’s Question : Do you like using dentures?

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : Yes. Compared to none.

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Equipoise Removable Partial Denture

Equipoise Removable Partial Denture

Denture Wearing

Question : How long should I wear my dentures?

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : Wear your dentures at all times. If your prosthodontist suggests that you remove your dentures when sleeping, you may do so. Put them in a glass of water and cover it.

I hope that my answer is helpful to you.

The shape of All Acrylic Removable Partial Denture will change if they are allowed to dry for some time. - dentures.com.ph

The shape of All Acrylic Removable Partial Denture will change if they are allowed to dry for some time. – dentures.com.ph

Sore Spots under New Dentures

Question : I have sore spots under my new dentures. Is this normal?

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : You may experience minor or even painful sore spots under your new dentures. Contact your dentist so that your dentures can be adjusted.

Tissue side of an upper complete denture. - dentures.com.ph

Tissue side of an upper complete denture. – dentures.com.ph

Chewing Difficulty with Dentures

Question : I have just got my dentures. It is difficult to chew. What should I do?

Dentures.Com.Ph Answer : That is normal among new denture wearers. During the first few days, eat only soft, nonsticky food. Chew slowly and uniformly so that you can gradually get used to the way the dentures function and the pressure they apply to your residual ridge. Soon, your will get accustomed to your new dentures.

I hope my answer is helpful to you and to our visitors.

New denture wearers will get accustomed to the new dentures and adapt to them. - dentures.com.ph

New denture wearers will get accustomed to the new dentures and adapt to them. – dentures.com.ph