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Denturist Services



Standard dentures may fit comfortably and chew well, but are designed for the average patient using basic tooth shades and shapes.  Every denture patient, especially those with oral tissues which have resorbed (shrunk) or those who have an usual jaw relationships ......

Implant Supported Dentures

An implant supported denture is a stable foundation for the permanent replacement of missing teeth supported by implants that have been implanted into the bone, which are then utilized as a support for full and partial dentures providing a stable anchor.........



When complete extractions of your remaining teeth become unavoidable, an immediate denture is a solution. This process will help you avoid the embarrassment of being without teeth. Your denturist will initiate this procedure before your teeth are extracted........



A partial denture may be tooth-supported or tooth and tissue-supported. There are significant differences between theses two types of dentures. These differences are best explained by your Denturist. The number of teeth remaining, the ........


The requirement for relining occurs when bone and tissues change due to shrinkage. Possible causes may be:


• Post immediate dentures
• Tooth loss
• Weight loss
• Bone loss in the upper or lower jaw
• Sickness or disease 
• General physiological aging ........

Soft Liner


Permanent soft liners provide comfort and relief for individuals with:

• Severely receded or flat gums that do not tolerate the stress of dentures
• Chronic soreness
• Gums with prominent or sharp bony areas ..........


In most cases, your Denturist can restore an existing broken or cracked denture to its original state. Repairs may be required when breakage or chipping occurs, when one or more teeth need to be added to an existing denture (due to tooth extraction), or because of wear and tear. Most repairs........


When does your denture need replacing ?

Your face, jaw and tissues change over the years, but your prosthesis does not.
Your dentures are made of a stable and rigid material and cannot adapt to these physical changes. Here are some of the signs indicating that your prosthesis should be checked.........