INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Description of Device
Dandy’s final dentures are fabricated using digital technology, allowing for a precise fit and customization to the patient's specific needs. They are made of a highly durable and biocompatible material, ensuring long-term comfort and function.
Indications for Use - Final Dentures
Dandy’s final dentures are removable dental devices designed to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues.
Final dentures should not be used in patients with uncontrolled periodontal disease, severe bone resorption, or oral lesions.
Potential Risks & Benefits of essix retainers, Advise Patients of the Following:
The use of final dentures may have potential risks, including gum irritation, soreness, and discomfort.
However, the benefits include improved speech, comfort, and appearance, as well as better chewing and digestion.
Directions for Use
To ensure proper use of final dentures, dental professionals and patients should follow these steps:
- Before inserting the dentures, clean the patient’s mouth and gums with a soft-bristled toothbrush or oral rinse.
- Hold the dentures by the edges and carefully place them into the patient’s mouth, using a rocking motion to ensure a secure fit.
- The patient should bite down and swallow to seat the dentures properly.
- If necessary, use a denture adhesive to improve retention.
To clean final dentures, patients should follow these steps:
- Remove the dentures and rinse them under running water to remove loose debris.
- Use a denture brush and denture cleanser to clean all surfaces of the dentures.
- Rinse the dentures thoroughly with water to remove any remaining cleanser.
- Store the dentures in a clean, dry place.
- Do not use hot water or abrasive cleansers on the dentures, as this may damage the material.
- Store final dentures in a clean, dry place when not in use. Avoid exposing the dentures to excessive heat or pressure, as this may cause warping or other damage.
- Final dentures are designed to last for several years with proper care and maintenance. If the dentures become damaged or lose their fit, patients should contact your practice for evaluation and repair.
- Clinical studies have shown final dentures to be an effective and reliable treatment option for patients with missing teeth.
- If the patient experiences any adverse events, such as pain or irritation, they should discontinue use and contact your practice immediately.
- Final dentures come with a limited warranty, which may vary depending on the manufacturer.