Dentures are removable false teeth designed to replace missing teeth. Your dentist may recommend complete (full) dentures or partial dentures, depending on how many natural teeth you have lost. Dentures can be created to match your existing teeth, so they are not very noticeable. However, getting used to dentures can take a little practice, particularly when it comes to eating and speaking. Dentures must be brushed daily, just like your regular teeth. Your dentist will tell you how to do this. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about dentures, when you need them, how to choose them, how to care for them, and much more.
Dentures: Types, Care, and More
Are dentures for you? Get the facts you need here.
Dental Care for Seniors
Seniors are at risk for a number of oral health problems. Learn about common gum and teeth problems that may affect you as you age.
Solutions to Common Denture Problems
WebMD explains common denture problems and their treatment, along with tips for taking care of your dentures.
Dental Health and Tooth Restorations
Learn about tooth restorations, including fillings, implants, crowns, bridges, and dentures.