Full dentures are made to replace every tooth in the upper or lower jaw, or both.
After any natural teeth that remain are extracted and the gums have healed, Conventional Full Dentures are inserted into the mouth. It usually takes a few weeks to complete.
After the removal of the last natural tooth, Immediate Full Dentures are fitted. They have the benefit of retaining teeth during the healing process, but as the gums and bones restructure and recover, adjustments can be required.


When some natural teeth are still present in the jaw, partial dentures are utilized. They stop the remaining natural teeth from moving and fill in the spaces left by lost teeth.

Acrylic partial dentures are made on a pink acrylic foundation to replicate gum tissue and support replacement teeth. Their clasps might be designed to fit over natural teeth for stability.

Flexible partial dentures are made of lightweight, flexible plastic. Because they complement the natural color of the gums, they are claimed to be more aesthetically pleasing and comfortable.