Decaying, damaged, or missing teeth can affect your daily life and oral health. Since dentistry is all about teeth, having a confident, healthy, beautiful smile is important, even for patients wearing dentures. That’s why our London dentists offer various types of dentures to patients with multiple missing teeth in St. Thomas, Woodstock, and Mt. Brydges, ON.
Our restorative dentists offer the latest modern denture treatments to help you achieve a dazzling, complete smile! Read our helpful guide below to learn more about dentures and find which type is the right one for you.
Full (complete) dentures are for patients with severe cases of tooth loss or decay, such as in the case of missing an entire arch in the upper or lower jaw. They’re designed to replace all of a patient’s teeth at once and use suction and adhesives to stay in place. Complete dentures are typically removable for easy maintenance.
Conventional full dentures are placed after the gum tissue has healed, which can take several months. Immediate dentures are placed right after the teeth have been removed and may require visits to our London office in the first couple of months of use for adjustments.
If you’re interested in learning more about dentures and want to know if they’re the right choice for you, please schedule an appointment. Our team will be happy to answer any questions you might have.
At Alba Dental Centre, our goal is to give you the best dental care possible to ensure you have a healthy, complete smile. With our dentures, we can provide you with the best combination of dignity, comfort, and ability.
To schedule an appointment with one of our dentists, call our London office at (519) 777-2020. You can also request an appointment and one of our friendly staff will get back to you promptly. Our Ontario dentists and staff proudly provide services to patients in the London, ON area and surrounding areas like St. Thomas, Woodstock, and Mt. Brydges, ON. We can’t wait to help you achieve your dream smile!
Full and partial dentures can last up to eight years or more before needing replacement. You can achieve longer longevity out of your restorations with proper care and maintenance. You should practice good oral hygiene habits such as:
If your dentures have broken or don’t fit properly, it can affect your bite and oral health. Don’t try to repair your dentures at home, it can cause further damage to your dentures and harm you. Contact our London office at (519) 777-2020 to schedule your appointment as soon as possible.
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