Dentures are removable false teeth made of plastic, acrylic, nylon or metal. Dentures fit over the gums to replace missing teeth and eliminate potential problems caused by gaps. Gaps, in turn, can cause problems with eating and speech, and sometimes, all the teeth need to be replaced and removed. Dentures strengthen muscles to control expressions that require the support of the teeth, and aid with chewing. Dentures are of two types: partial and complete. In a partial denture, only one tooth or a few missing teeth are replaced whereas in a complete denture, all the upper or lower teeth are replaced. During a Full Denture Treatment, a full denture will be fitted if all the upper or lower teeth need to be removed or you're having an old complete denture replaced. A Dental Surgeon/Dentist will take measurements and impressions of the mouth and then order full or partial dentures. First, a trial denture will be created from the impressions taken of the mouth. The dentist will try this in the mouth to assess the fit and the shape and color of the denture may be adjusted before the final denture is produced. Although Dentures may feel a bit strange but with time, you will get used to wearing it. Full Denture Treatment takes 3-4 sittings and the denture should last several years if you take proper care of them.