Visits to dentists are more than a simple dental checkup. Although the patients wearing complete dentures do not have to worry about cavities development, they still need to visit their dentist for regular checkups. Even though there are no more teeth left in the mouth, it does not mean that diseases cannot develop. Two visits a year are highly recommended (on a 6-month basis) where the condition of soft tissue (oral mucosa and gums) is evaluated, including the jawbone tissue. Also, the estimation whether dentures are still proper or new ones are needed is carried out during those check-ups. Routine check-ups can prevent serious disease from contracting.