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Yes (in general): Your dentist should provide home care instructions, but in general denture cleaning tablets are ok for these type of retainers. There are a number of "brands" of invisialign type retainers so you should really check with your dentist. Never soak it in mouthwash--the alchohol in most mouthwashes will ruin it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe to use those denture cleaner tablets on a night guard? My dentist told me to brush my night guard to clean it, but i don't think it's really getting that clean. Would those denture tablet things work to clean it?
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Service: An "implantable denture" is not a commodity, like a can of soup. It's a service. Cost depends on your individual anatomical requirements, skill and training of the practitioner, number/placement/type of implants, region of the country, materials used in the prosthetic appliance, and so many other factors. Ask your Dentist for advice or referral to specialist(s). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not easily: Simply: preliminary impressions, final impressions, trial set up and delivery. It takes years of training and experience to fabricate the right denture. Patient experience, opposing dentition, ridge shape, type of teeth and cusp angulation etc etc etc. A prosthodontist is a specialist to seek an evaluation for dentures. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many types: There are many types of overdenture attachements, each with their own set of advantages and disadvantages. Some attathments currently in use are locator attachments, 'o' ring attachments, era attachements, and hader clip attachments. There are many, many more, but your doctor will choose which one is best for you given your prosthetic needs. Keep smiling! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not necessarily: Remember, teeth are removed and dentures are immediately placed. Your gums are healing and shrinking and any pain you experience is from that. In other words your dentures are fixed in size but your gums on which they rest are changing, shrinking. Pain is due to the fact that the dentures need to be cut down as you heal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer