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Full or Complete Denture is a removable prosthetic that replaces all of your natural teeth on both the upper and lower ridges.
All of our dentures are Precision Equilibrated Dentures. A precision equilibrated denture utilizes; the most durable and realistic teeth, premium acrylic and processing methods (IvoBase Injection), preliminary and final impressions with muscle moulding for a more functional fit, gothic arch pin tracing for accurate jaw relation recordings, a facebow recording for more precise orientation on the articulator, a fully adjustable articulator for teeth setting in the lab and precision placement of teeth with allowances for functional movements with minimal cuspal interference between the dentures while maintaining adequate contacts for masticating.
This is a high performance denture taking into account the most proven methods and materials to make a premium product.
Our Dental Laboratory is equipped with a dental laser welder so any additions or repairs to your existing metal framework can be made on site.
Once you have lost some or all of your teeth, the bone that once supported the teeth recedes or shrinks at a slow rate. Over time, your denture will lose its fit causing soreness, looseness, rocking and food entrapment. We can reline the tissue bearing surface of your denture to restore the optimal fit of your denture.
A rebase is the same as a reline except we replace all the old acrylic in your denture rather than just relining the inside. This will eliminate the transitional line between the old and new acrylic and eliminate the odours, bacteria, staining and discoloration of the old acrylic. These procedures take a day, so plan to be without your denture from 9:00am – 4:00pm. Other arrangements can be made. On average people require a reline or rebase every 2-3 years, depending on your physiological situation.
Schedule a consultation if you are unsure if you need a reline or not.
We also offer name insertions into the denture base for easy identification.
These are removable prosthetics that replace missing teeth and fill voids adjacent to your natural dentition. They fit precisely around your existing teeth to restore your full bite (occlusion) and natural appearance. Partial dentures can be used permanently or temporarily until other treatment such as implants or crown and bridge treatment can be completed.
There are several types of partials available. This utilizes a thin cast metal framework to support and retain the denture teeth. It is thin, strong, and provides a more natural fit. These are usually cast out of Chromium Cobalt, Titanium (hypoallergenic) or Gold. These are cast precisely around your natural teeth which provide support for the denture and the best fit with the least amount of tissue irritation.
Metal partials are considered stronger structurally, thinner and more hygienic than an acrylic partial. Acrylic partials are usually recommended as a transitional or temporary partial. We will determine the appropriate treatment plan and the appropriate partial for you.
We offer a complimentary initial consultation where we make an assessment of your oral tissues and your denture, if you have one, followed by discussing your options and creation of a personalized treatment plan.
The treatment plan and related price quotes will be written up and provided for review. If you have any questions fell free to ask.
A mouthguard helps absorb the shock experienced by a blow to the face that might otherwise result in an injury to the mouth or jaw. A heavy, collision can result in chipped or broken teeth, internal damage to a tooth, tooth loss, injuries to the soft tissue of the mouth, and in severe cases, concussion or a broken jaw. Injuries like these can lead to long and potentially expensive treatment to restore the teeth and mouth back to normal function and appearance.
According to Australian research, sports injuries account for about one-third of traumatic injuries to teeth. The Sports medicine Association reports that 50% of children experience some form of dental injury.
Statistics like these reinforce the importance of mouthguards.
Mouthguards, which typically cover the upper teeth, cushion a blow to the face, minimizing the risk of broken teeth and injuries to the soft tissues of the mouth. They also help reduce the risk of jaw fractures and concussion.
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