Complete Dentures & Partial Dentures
If you’re experiencing problems such as a severe toothache or having difficulty chewing food, it may be the right time to consider getting dentures. Dentures are provided as a replacement for your missing teeth. They can be conveniently removed and placed back into your mouth. The type of dentures you receive depends on your individual case. At Lundy's Lane Dental Office, we provide partial and complete dentures for our Niagara Falls residents.
Types of Dentures
Listed below are the different types of dentures we offer:
Conventional full dentures You will be given this type of dentures if all your teeth have to be replaced. In order to have these dentures placed, your gums need to completely heal after the extractions. While the gums heal, you will remain toothless.
Immediate full denture If you don’t want to spend time without at least your front teeth, we will take measurements before the extractions and provide you with dentures immediately. Once the soft tissue and bone are healed, the dentures will be realigned for a snug fit.
Partial dentures Partial dentures are provided when not all of your teeth need to be removed.
Customize Your Full Dentures
During the fabrication of your complete denture, you will have the option of:
Assessing the fit of the denture base
Choosing the colour and shape of the teeth
Checking for speech and sound
Checking your front and side facial profile
Checking your gag reflex
Such steps are can make sure your dentures will function efficiently as well as be comfortable. If you find them uncomfortable at any stage, we can always fix them.
Contact our dental team to get your dentures today.
Adjusting to Your Dentures
Dentures can be uncomfortable when you initially start wearing them. You may have trouble eating or talking for a while. They will feel like natural teeth with practice over time.
Dentures should be cared for in a manner similar to your natural teeth. Listed below are some important steps to remember that will ensure your dentures last long.
Brush them to remove plaque and food particles.
Place them in room temperature water or a denture-cleaning solution after brushing them.
Don’t place them in hot water.
Don’t drop them.
Don’t try to adjust them yourself.