Dr Tehlil, Dr Muhammad Haris Hassan, Dr Abdul Haq
Aim: The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between patients' attitudes to obtaining a prosthesis and their satisfaction with a complete denture. Place and Duration: In the Dental Section of Allied Hospital, Faisalabad for one year duration from March 2019 to March 2020. Methods: 450 new total denture users took part in the study. In any case, the patient's attitude before performing the prosthesis was assessed using a questionnaire containing 12 questions in the "yes-no" model. Patient satisfaction with new teeth was assessed using a questionnaire consisting of 12 questions using an analog scale from 1 to 5 (1: I strongly disagree, 5: I strongly agree). The satisfaction test was carried out 3 months after implantation. Multiple correspondence analysis has shown a close relationship between the expectations of the patient's future prosthesis and the recognition of her new dentures after three months of use. Results and Conclusion: Most people wearing a full denture were greatly satisfied and expressed overall satisfaction with convenience, maintenance, stability, speech, chewing, taste, appearance and no pain when wearing the denture. He accepted the method of treatment. They also stated that they would recommend similar treatment to others if needed. Keywords: full denture, patient satisfaction, prosthetic dentistry, dental success.