Dentures are mostly made of acrylic and can be made using two types of methods; Conventional and Immediate.
They’re sometimes made of plastic, porcelain, or a combination of the two. Dentures may be constructed to fit endodontically over treated teeth, whereas a complete denture may be attached to dental implants for a more reliable fit of the appliance.
Over the normal course of time, dentures will wear out naturally. Eventually, they’ll need to be replaced or relined to allow the jaw’s alignment to remain normal. As the bone and gum ridges get smaller due to the teeth’s extraction, the alignment will slowly change over time. Going in for regular examinations is still important to check the oral tissues for disease or change.