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  1. Arti says:

    Locator attachments are plastic and the implants they attach to are titanium. The tooth and gum portion of the appliance has a base material that is made of acrylic covering high noble metal or zirconium oxide. The base of a complete denture with locator attachments is made of pink acrylic. The teeth are made of tooth colored acrylic or porcelain which attach into the base. Denture acrylic covering the locator attachment may chip if it’s thin due to a limited space in the mouth. Locator attachments wear out over time and need to be replaced. Implants are made of titanium. Implants are made of The teeth can be plastic or porcelain. To keep the tissue under the appliance healthy and to prolong the life of the locator attachments, your denture should be left out of your mouth during sleep. The teeth in the denture are not as strong as your natural teeth and you will not be able to chew as heavily on them. The appliance will seem to get food trapped underneath it and you may have to remove and clean it after eating.

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