Denture Reline in Piara Waters
Dentures can be uncomfortable and painful, but at Piara Waters Dental we offer denture relining to improve their fit and make them more comfortable.
Don't Let Loose Dentures Ruin Your Day
Even the best dentures can become loose and uncomfortable over time.
Dentures are a necessary part of life for many people, but they’re not always comfortable or easy to wear. Denture relining will fix the problem of ill-fitting dentures by improving their fit against your gums. The relining makes wearing dentures comfortable and helps prevent painful sliding of the teeth within the mouth. If you want your denture relining to be as effective as possible, it’s crucial that you find a professional who has the proper training and experience.
Piara Waters Dental offers both soft and hard relining treatments using state-of-the-art techniques. We’ll make sure your new lining is perfectly tailored so that it fits snugly against your gums without causing any discomfort or pain. Our skilled team will ensure that you get exactly what you need from this procedure so that you can enjoy wearing your dentures again with confidence.
It provides a better fit
Dentures that don't fit properly cause pain and discomfort. To get the best out of your dentures, they must fit well and stay in place. A denture should not hurt when you're wearing it, but unfortunately, this is a problem many people deal with. Denture relining can make all the difference in how your mouth feels at rest and during everyday activities such as chewing food without any issues.
It prevents breakage.
An improperly fitted denture can cause many problems. A movement in the mouth can cause stress on particular areas within the mouth and can even cause damage like cracks or chips that increase the risk of problems down the road. It is essential to address any damage right away because even small cracks can quickly become significant problems like breakage.
Keep your dental health in check.
Dentures that don't fit properly allow space between the denture material and oral tissue. Tiny food particles may be trapped in these openings and begin to decay, resulting in foul breath and infection. Properly fitting dentures will prevent food accumulation behind the teeth, preventing further dental problems.
Why Choose Piara Waters Dental For Denture Relines
FAQ’s About Denture Relines
If you’re wearing dentures, it’s important to remember that the more time they spend without being relined or replaced, the looser and more uncomfortable the fit will become. It can lead to pain as well as irritation and sometimes infection. It’s also important to note that poorly fitted dentures will not function well. A dental reline can restore comfort and functionality while avoiding the cost of replacing the dentures.
The signs that tell you your dentures need to be relined are when you put them on and they feel uncomfortable or don’t fit and function the way they should. It is essential to keep up with your dental appointments to check that your dentures are relined before unpleasant symptoms begin to affect your daily life.
- Your dentist will buff away any areas of your false teeth, causing you pain in your mouth. Those regions will then be reconstructed with hard or soft relining materials such as silicone or acrylic.
- The dentist will use putty to take an impression of your mouth.
- This mould is used to create the base for your dentures.
- Your dentist will adjust or refit your dentures.
- In the case of a temporary reline, you’ll have to wait until your mouth heals. The dentist will perform steps 1 to 3 at your next dental appointment for a hard reline.
- You can clean the soft interior of your dentures with a q-tip or your finger, being careful not to remove the soft reline material in the process.
- A denture cleaner is used to disinfect and remove the odour from dentures. Dentures should only be soaked for 10 minutes, not overnight.
- Place the dentures teeth-side down in the denture cup with a cleaning solution when you take them off. It must be submerged in water after you remove it from your mouth.
- It is recommended that you brush the tooth surfaces of the denture with a soft-bristled toothbrush without toothpaste. Always rinse with warm or cold water, and never with hot water. Hard-bristled toothbrushes should not be used since they might damage the soft denture liner’s protective layer.