Products & Services
This is an appliance that replaces the natural teeth when all of them are missing. Complete dentures can be constructed with either porcelain or hardened plastic teeth.
This prostheses is inserted immediately following removal of the teeth. This allows you to never be without teeth.
This is an appliance replacing one or more missing teeth. It receives support and retention from underlying tissue and some or all of the remaining teeth, often with the aid of clasps and rests, wires or flexible acrylic.
This is a refitting of your dentures. This procedure is usually done when you have experienced bone resorption causing your dentures to become loose or "settle out of place." Relining allows the denture to fit your tissue properly and ideally no longer requires powders or pastes to keep dentures in place.
Generally, denture repair involves the replacement of missing or broken teeth and the mending of fractures.
Permanent Soft Denture Liners
These are resilient or "rubbery" surfaces that are placed in the denture (usually the lower) to provide a cushion. This cushioning is most often required by people with flattened lower ridges. This is done either when you have new dentures made or existing ones relined.
Name Inscription in Dentures
Your name is placed in your denture(s) in order to minimize loss. This is especially helpful when you're obliged to use alternate accommodations while visiting, travelling or in hospital.