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Old 11-21-2007, 06:27 AM   #1
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how are dental partials put in

how are dental partials put in

 
Old 11-21-2007, 08:25 AM   #2
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Re: how are dental partials put in

well.firstly they will do impressions,of both upper and lower teeth and a plate will be made for the teeth that are missing
ive got a upper partial plate,with 3 front teeth and one at the back,i always find if i leave them out for a lengh of time i have trouble putting them in again
but people with a full plate dont have the same problems

well,thats my problem someone else might have different opinoins and be different

 
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Old 11-21-2007, 04:44 PM   #3
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Re: how are dental partials put in

I had four bottom teeth on one partial and four top teeth on one partial which were side by side. They used wires in which they wrapped one wire around a tooth on the left side and then wrapped the other one around a tooth on the right side. They were easy to get out and easy to adjust. Also like the other poster said if they are left out for a long period of time, the gums do swell causing you a little adjustment time when you put them back in.

 
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how are dental partials put in
Go to a denturist. He only does dentures and partials and repairs.
Find one with lots of years of experience. Do not have your
regular dentist do the work. The work of a denturist will assure
you of a comfortable fit.
My friend had her regular dentist do the work...and her space in
her front teeth came together.....which was okay but it did not
stop there. Caused her teeth to overlap and now she really has problems. Now the dentist refuses to fix her problem unless she pays
more monies. She has a complaint with the dept. of health regarding this matter.
Something as important as your mouth and smile......she a 'PRO'

 
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