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Full Dentures

Full dentures are made for people who have lost all their natural teeth. Full dentures are made from acrylic materials for the gum component and the teeth are usually made acrylic or occasionally porcelain. Full dentures cover your entire gums and are held in place by suction and control, however sometimes the lower denture can take a little longer to…

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Implants Retained Overdentures

Dentures over implants are attached to two or more dental implants that are placed in the upper or lower jaw by the oral surgeon or qualified dentist. Once the gums are healed and implants are secure in the bone, the implant retained overdenture is manufactured. This method is used to overcome commonly reported problems like looseness of the denture in…

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Partial Dentures

Partial Flexible Dentures Read More Partial Metal Dentures Read More Partial Acrylic Dentures Read More A partial denture is a removable appliance with one or more artificial teeth and are used when you have missing teeth, maybe due to an accident, disease, or even a genetic issue. Partial dentures are used to replace missing teeth and attach to nearby teeth.…

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Partial Flexible Dentures

Flexible partial dentures are also as durable as the metal or acrylic dentures however they are often considered to be the most comfortable to wear. Some of the advantages is that they don’t require denture adhesive or metal clasps to hold them in place. Further the denture is made from thermoplastic nylon, which makes them very light and they are…

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Partial Metal Dentures

Another option of partial dentures is to use a metal frame with acrylic teeth and gums. The frame also includes metal or plastic clasps or similar attachments that hold the denture in place. These are more expensive than partial acrylic dentures however much more affordable than implants retain overdentures. The advantage of metal dentures is that they are slimmer, stronger,…

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Partial Acrylic Dentures

These dentures are the most economical of dentures however are generally only used when there is a chance of another tooth loss. A metal mesh insert or high impact acrylic can be used to increase the strength of them however they are normally not as durable, more prone to fracture, not as long lasting and require frequent relining. They are…

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Denture Repairs

Denture breakage can occur for many different reasons including age, dropping or damage from a pet, however the most common reason is an ill-fitting denture. In most cases we can restore a broken or cracked denture to its original state and depending on the work required can be done immediately. However in some cases if your denture needs a repair…

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Denture Cleaning

Food debris needs to be cleaned from dentures on a daily basis however over time just like natural teeth it is important to have your dentures professionally cleaned so they do not become a breeding ground for bacteria which can cause mouth odor and in some cases disease. Understanding how to clean dentures is very important and our clinic has…

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Denture Relines

This consists of adding a new base material to the tissue side of the denture (the inner side) so that it fits properly. An impression is taken inside your existing denture and in most cases the reline can be completed on the same day. Relining only affects the fit of the denture and will not change the appearance. Relines are…

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Denture Additions

This consists of adding a new base material to the tissue side of the denture (the inner side) so that it fits properly. An impression is taken inside your existing denture and in most cases the reline can be completed on the same day. Denture additions occur when a further tooth or teeth are required to be added to an…

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