Standard dentures are a common way to replace missing teeth. Bonnie Doon Denture Clinic offers free consultations, during which our denturists will thoroughly discuss all of your available treatment options. Should you need complete dentures in Edmonton, we’re capable of creating dentures that look and feel natural. Dentures have come a long way in terms of their design and functionality, allowing wearers to chew, speak and smile more comfortably than ever before. They are also made to closely resemble your natural teeth, so they will be less noticeable.
How Does the Dentures Process Work?
Whether you’ve lost your teeth due to an accident, disease, or poor oral hygiene, dentures serve as artificial replacements for your natural teeth and gums. A flesh-coloured acrylic base is used to fit over your gums when you have complete (full) dentures. Your upper denture’s base will cover the roof of your mouth, while your lower denture will fit around your tongue because of its special horseshoe-shaped. Complete dentures are able to be removed because they’re not permanently attached to your teeth or jawbone – they’re held in place by suction and/or oral adhesives. Complete dentures are usually made of porcelain, plastic, or a hard acrylic resin. When you come in for your appointment, we’ll make an impression of your mouth and bite in order to custom-make your dentures.
The Many Benefits of Full Dentures
Remember, it takes time to adjust to wearing dentures. Your mouth may feel a little weird at first, but you’ll soon get used to how the dentures feel when you talk, chew, or swallow. While transitioning to dentures can be a challenging experience, there are a number of benefits associated with modern denture options. These include:
Contact Us for a Complete Dentures Consultation
Contact Bonnie Doon Denture Clinic to schedule your initial consultation with one of our denturists today. We make attending to your denture needs a top priority. We’re available for relines and repairs as necessary and will also provide you with helpful denture care tips for you to follow to ensure your dentures continue to fit your mouth, function properly, and give you the overall look you desire. With the right amount of care, your dentures should last for many years to come.
Should you experience any pain or tenderness, be sure to contact us immediately, as we may need to make some adjustments to ensure a proper fit. You should never make denture adjustments yourself – to do so would run the risk of damaging them beyond repair.
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