Complete Dentures

When all of the teeth in a jaw have fallen out and need to be prosthetically replaced, a complete denture is a removable appliance utilized. A complete denture, as opposed to a partial one, is made when there are no more teeth in an arch, making it solely a tissue-supported prosthesis.

Patients frequently lament their dentures’ inability to stay in place as well as their diminished ability to chew and taste in comparison to their natural teeth. By keeping a few carefully chosen teeth in an arch to act as overdenture abutments, it would be able to lessen these issues.

Different Types of Dentures

  • Full dentures.
  • Partial dentures.
  • Temporary dentures.
  • Fixed bridge.

1. Consultations

Your dentist will take x-rays of the gums and jawbone during your initial assessment for dentures. Your dentist will be able to check that your bone and gum tissues will effectively hold your new device in place as a result.

2. Check Up

We advise routine inspections and relining for your dentures about every two years. If you regularly have your dentures serviced and you still notice noticeable changes in how they fit, consult a dentist.

3. Treatments

Before immersing your dentures, you should: wash off any food residue with a toothbrush or soap and water. To get rid of stains and bacteria, soak them in a fizzy solution made from denture cleaning pills. Afterwards, brush them as you normally would your teeth.

4. Recovery

Various kinds of toothpaste with antibacterial qualities can help reduce bad breath odors.By eliminating food particles and plaque, flossing can help eliminate bad breath and prevent cavities.

Book Appointment

Contact us to schedule an appointment with your intake directions and time slots.
Why Choose Us

A better day starts with a better smile.

Certified Doctor

Our certified dentists give ideal oral hygiene, having graduated from reputable universities, consecutively practicing for many years.


We aim to provide our patients with the best possible comfort and significant amenities to minimize their tension and anxiety.

24/7 Support

Our dentists strive to design your deep teeth treatment procedure to be as comfortable as possible.

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Technology We Use


Piezosurgery is most advanced technology for surgical extraction of teeth and hard tissue procedures. It leads to micro cuts ,less invasiveness and quicker healing. We have been using piezosurgery for all our bone related surgical procedures like third molar removal, bone grafting etc since 2015.


Minimally invasive dentistry is possible due to higher magnification .Surgical loupes 3x,4x are routinely used at our centre.It enables us to do micro dentistry in our day to day procedures.It allow us be precise, minimalist and accurate thereby improving quality of our patients dental care.

Osseodensification Implant Surgery

Versah osseodensification is the most modern dental implant placing technology that we use in our daily implant surgeries. Versah allows us to extend implant placement in cases with narrow ridges, maxillary sinuses and other challenging situations. Implant outcomes are improved in poor quality bone and overall survivability is also increased.

Digital Radiography & Photography

We believe in complete care Dentistry. Digital Dentistry and planning tools allow us to capture patients initial situation in detail and subsequently explanation and patient participation in the treatment is supportive. Digital Dentistry at identity plus is the norm each day and for every single patient.

Guided Implant Dentistry

We use advanced CBCT planning and 3D printed surgical guides for advanced implantology care.We partner with best of dental laboratories in India and uses Worlds Top Dental Implant Systems.

Digital Smile Design (DSD)

DSD is not about smile makeovers only, it’s a broad philosophy where everything begins with face. A series of Digital Photographs and videos of patient face is made as per DSD PROTOCOL. The digital data is now exported in DSD planning software allowing us to establish balance between face, gums and teeth. DSD also allows to achieve the end result of perfect functional smile by being consistent from start of planning to final smile


Frequently Ask Questions

Some FAQ Questions related to this page

After around 30 days, those who recently got dentures will start to feel more "normal." You can anticipate some tightness and discomfort during this period as your mouth heals and you adjust to having a foreign thing in your mouth.

The rule of thumb is that you should wear your dentures for at least 8 hours each day. This will provide your jawbone and gums time to adjust to the dentures and stop sore patches from forming.

No matter what kind of dentures you have, sleeping with them is never a good idea and can lead to a multitude of health problems.

Depending on the material chosen by the patient, dentures in India might cost anywhere from 12000 and 85000 rupees.