Denture development procedure takes a few weeks of several appointments with your dentist or prosthodontics (a dentist specializing in restoration and teeth replacement). During these appointments, the dentist will determine the best appliances for you.
In the first step, the dentist will make a series of impressions of your jaw. He/she will take measurements to determine how each jaw relates to the other and the sizes of the gaps between the teeth.
They will create models, wax forms, and plastic patterns that resemble the denture’s shape and position they want to make for you. The doctor will try the model in your mouth several times before he finds the best fit. He/she will then work on finding the best color, shape, and fit before casting the final denture.
When they finally have the final denture, the dentist will make final adjustments as he deems fit to give you a perfect dental formula.
How to Cope With New Dentures
The new installations will feel a little odd and loose for the first few weeks until your cheek muscles and tongue get used to them. With time and continued practice, you will begin to feel comfortable removing and inserting them back.