This type of denture is supported by the implants and resembles natural teeth the most with implants acting as the roots of the teeth preventing future bone loss and providing the most comfort to the clients.

Implant Secured Dentures allow patient to restore natural functions of the teeth, it gives freedom to live life with no restrictions and embarrassing moments. Dentures are secured to your bone with the help of implants

Why Choose Implant Dentures?

  • Secure and reliable: Eliminate movement during eating
  • More comfortable: Feel like natural teeth
    Increase preservation of bone
  • A feeling close to that of your natural teeth
  • Prevents excessive bone loss and maintains facial structure
  • No dietary restriction: improve overall health
    Improved confidence

Our patients who have opted for dental implants often remark ‘how similar the implant dentures feel to their own natural teeth’. Allowing the patient enjoy new found confidence.

There are different types of implant secured restorations to meet your financial plan. Contact Halton Denture Clinic and Implant Solutions to receive a free complimentary consultation and find out how Implant Dentures can improve your life.


This type of denture replaces all the missing teeth in a patient lower, upper or both arches. A personalized precision denture is made to suit each patient’s individual looks and needs using measurements of your face and jaw. At Halton Denture Clinic your denture is handcrafted on site to match your age, complexion and facial features. Our skilled Denturist takes into considerations facial features such as the shape of your jaw line, lips, eyes, and hair color to produce a pleasant smile. Additional procedures are incorporated in the construction of your denture to closely mimic the movements of your jaw. Our on-site dental laboratory uses high quality teeth in the construction of your dentures to ensure a positive outcome. A precision complete denture can improve function, fit, comfort and appearance.


Dentures can break due to a number of reasons. In the situation, it has happened to you call us and we will fix it quickly at our on-site Dental Laboratory. Most denture repairs can be done under an hour. Call ahead before coming and we will ensure your repair can be taken care of right away with minimum wait time.

  • Do not try to glue or put together the denture yourself as this might make it more difficult for our denturist to put together.
  • Bring the broken denture with any broken pieces to the clinic.


When complete extractions of your remaining teeth become unavoidable, an immediate denture is a solution. Our team at Halton Denture Clinic will help you avoid the inconvenience and discomfiture of being without teeth. Our denturist will initiate this procedure before your teeth are extracted. An impression is made of your existing teeth and gums prior to the extraction surgery and is used for the construction of your new dentures. From this our denturist is able to copy and construct a denture, duplicating your original teeth with any improvements as you so wish.


After the extraction appointment, your immediate dentures are inserted so that you have teeth during your healing period. There is no way of trying the denture in before your extractions are completed. In some cases, esthetic compromises may have to be made in favor of structural integrity or limited space. During the healing period, postoperative instruction from the Surgeon and Denturist must be followed carefully. Your gums and bone recede to a much smaller size, because of the tooth sockets closing. Regular check-ups and maintenance to ensure ideal healing are required. Temporary linings or tissue conditioners will be required to ensure a positive fit. This procedure may be repeated a number of times based on your physiological rate of healing.

At the completion of the healing period, a permanent reline or a new denture may be constructed to ensure a comfortable and an exact fit. The denturist will advise you of the procedure that best meets your specific needs.

Temporary liners, tissue conditioner and relines are additional services requiring payment beyond the service of manufacturing the immediate denture.


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

The bite position, existing teeth and acrylic base must be in good condition. An impression of your oral tissue is taken inside your denture(s) to provide a working model. New acrylic base material is added to your denture to produce a correct fit. The appearance of your dentures will not change. The procedure is similar to relining. The difference being that a rebase replaces all the pink-acrylic denture base material. The existing teeth remain in the exact same place.

Reasons for rebase procedure:

  • Broken denture
  • Weakened or old pink denture base
  • Immediate denture
  • Sickness or disease


Care and maintenance entails:

  • Medical and dental history chart updating
  • Tissue and bone assessment
  • Denture stability, structural integrity of your denture and bite
  • Clean and polish your denture
  • Review oral hygiene care

Updating your medical and dental history is a significant segment of your patient files. Changes in your medical and or dental health may affect the fit and function of your dentures. Annual examinations of the oral cavity can assist in detecting oral abnormalities. Changes in tissue and bone can occur for a number of reasons. Ill-fitting dentures may cause further bone and tissue changes. Your denturist can assess and recommend solutions for you to consider. Poor fitting dentures can lead to bite problems, speech impediments and tissue irritations. Leaving this condition unchecked can lead to complicated situations in the future.

Checking your dentures for structural integrity. At Halton Denture Clinic we can assess your dentures for cracks, chips, and broken or loose teeth. The denturist will advise you regarding a course of action to remedy the situation.

Partial Dentures

Depending on the teeth remaining in your oral cavity, partial dentures may be completely tooth supported, tissue/tooth supported, and implant/tissue supported. Halton Denture Clinic offers a variety of partial dentures that can be constructed from an assortment of materials.

  • Cast Partial Denture: a surgical dental grade metal alloy and acrylic composition
  • Acrylic Partial Denture: completely out of acrylic.
  • Flexible Partial Denture: Valplast dental grade nylon material.

The design process involved in creating a removable partial denture is specific to each patient’s needs. Everyday chewing forces place a strain on the remaining teeth during eating led to further damage to your dentition. Partial dentures are designed with this in mind, so that the chewing forces can be distributed evenly over the entire remaining teeth and soft tissues.

Cast partials dentures are stronger structurally, thinner and more hygienic than an acrylic partial. Acrylic partials are usually recommended as a transitional or temporary partial. You can rely on us to help you determine the correct choice based on your needs.  

A removable partial denture may help preserve the natural tooth placement of your existing teeth. A properly designed partial denture will assist in support of your existing teeth.



Imagine what it would be like if you suddenly lost one or two of your front teeth. Smiling, talking, eating—everything would suddenly be affected. Knowing how to prevent injuries to your mouth and face is especially important if you participate in organized sports or other recreational activities.
Mouthguards, help cushion a blow to the face, minimizing the risk of broken teeth and injuries to your lips, tongue, face or jaw. When it comes to protecting your mouth, a mouthguard is an essential piece of athletic gear that should be part of your standard equipment from an early age.

At Halton Denture Clinic we offer a wide variety of colours, designs and patterns for you to choose from.


Have you ever experienced endless denture adjustments and no matter how meticulous the professional was you were left with uncomfortable dentures?  If so, you may want to consider a soft liner.

Soft liners are appropriate for:

  • Flat or nearly at gum tissues
  • Gums with thin tissues over bony areas
  • Chronically sore gum tissues

The bite position, existing teeth and acrylic base must be in good condition and not worn or stained to provide a reline procedure. An impression of your oral tissue is taken inside your denture to provide a working model. New material base material is added to your denture to produce a correct fit. The appearance of your dentures will not change.

Requirements of Care for Soft Liners

Soft liners require home care and proper cleaners to maintain their vitality. As with all removable dentures, soft liners require a regular check-up to ensure fit and oral health. We will provide professional cleaning as well as, education in the maintenance of your soft liner.

Facts About Soft Liners

  • Over 20 years of advances and developments in quality soft liners
  • Increased comfort during chewing and daily wear
  • Clinical evidence indicating a high acceptance by patients
  • Based on patient home care cleaning, soft liners have an average lifespan of two to four years depending on your physiology.