Treatment : Complete Denture

At JDCC, we strive to provide high-quality dentures with advanced technology at an affordable price. To complete your dentures in one day, our denture process follows some protocols. Here, we allow patients to arrive early in the morning to make impressions for their dentures, extractions done, and receive dentures by the end of the day. With our All-In-One Solution, you can get a brand-new smile on the same day with our state-of-the-art 3D X-ray technology. This set of temporary teeth locks into place, which means you can immediately begin the transition from eating softer foods to the foods you want again.

Once 6 months are completed, you will receive the final denture. It will help your teeth lock into place and give you a long-lasting smile. Then, you don’t have to worry about smiling, eating, or speaking and become more confident.

Frequently Asked Questions for Complete Dentures
How many type of dentures ?

Denture are mainly of two types, fixed or removable and wearable..

How long do dentures last?

Dentures are pretty tough, but they’re not indestructible and they are softer than natural teeth. A proper denture care routine will help keep them looking their best and your dental professional will advise you whenever the right moment for an adjustment will be.

Can I sleep with dentures?

Your dentist may ask you to wear your dentures all day and night. Whilst this may be uncomfortable, it can help you identify whether there are problems with how your dentures fit. After this initial assessment period, it’s generally not advisable to sleep with your dentures in, unless you’ve been specifically asked to.

How to eat with dentures?

In your first weeks with dentures, you’ll need to start slow when it comes to eating. Make sure to be careful when eating firm fruits, meat and sweets and try and use both sides of your mouth when chewing. Having a glass of water with your food will also make eating with your dentures easier.

Will dentures change the way I talk?

Whilst adjusting to dentures, you may notice changes to pronunciation and the volume of your voice. However, once your mouth muscles become more familiar with your new dental appliance, you’ll soon become more comfortable talking with friends, speaking up at work, and laughing with family. 

How can dentures impact my self-esteem?

Getting dentures can sometimes affect your day-to-day confidence but there are ways to boost your confidence during this new chapter of your life. It’s important to know you’re not alone on this journey and dentures are made to fit as naturally as possible and shouldn’t change the shape of your face or mouth. Adjusting to them can take time, but you can overcome self-esteem issues by learning to eat and speak with dentures at home and establishing an effective cleaning routine.

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