Complete Dentures

What Are Complete Dentures?

A Complete denture, otherwise known as a “Full denture” replaces all of the missing teeth in your lower, upper, or both arches. Complete dentures are a removable type of dental prothesis and are commonly made from acrylic. Contact us today to book a consultation and to learn more about our available denture options!

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Complete Dentures at Halton Denture Clinic

At Halton Denture Clinic we offer several types of Complete Dentures from Standard Dentures to Precision Dentures. The first step is easy, just contact us for a free personal consultation and our Denturist will help you choose the right denture for your needs. Depending on your bone density, the overall health of your jaw structure, your aesthetic concerns, and your budget we will recommend the best possible fit. 

Our process always begins with educating you about your oral health. With professional guidance, you’re sure to choose the denture treatment that best suits your needs and lifestyle.

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Standard Complete Dentures

Standard Complete dentures fit comfortably and are good for chewing. They are designed using basic tooth shades, shapes, and standard quality materials. Some patients with oral tissues that have shrunk, or those who have an unusual bite may need a personalized denture that utilizes premium materials and precision techniques.
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Precision Complete Dentures

Precision Complete Dentures are 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 colour 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.

The Benefits Of Complete Dentures

Why Choose Complete Dentures?

Natural Appearance

Complete dentures have a base that matches your gum tissue and teeth that are designed to look like your real teeth

Quick Turn-Around Time

Complete dentures provide a quick turn-around time compared to dental implants -the healing process is shorter and you can enjoy your dentures much quicker

Affordable Dentures

Complete dentures are an affordable option for replacing an entire arch of teeth. No surgery required and insurance often covers a portion of the cost of your dentures

Long Lasting Dentures

If you care for your complete dentures well, they can last for anywhere from 5-10 years

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Implant Dentures

Implant Dentures have been found to be the closest to replacing your natural teeth. They substitute the roots and create a solid foundation to retain and/or support a denture.

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Complete Dentures

This type of denture replaces all the missing teeth on either upper, lower or both arches to restore your appearance.

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Denture Repair

We offer the quickest and most reliable denture repair service in Oakville. Our denture clinic has a full denture lab on-site to perform any denture repair while you wait.

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Immediate Dentures

When the time comes for the natural teeth to be extracted Immediate Dentures are used to avoid the embarrassment of having to go without teeth during the healing process.

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Soft Liners

Soft Liner is great solution for those who experience constant irritation or have sharp prominent areas. Soft liners will provide great relief for those with chronic discomfort.

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Partial Dentures

Halton Denture Clinic offer several solutions for partial denture options including Flexible metal free dentures, partial acrylic dentures, and metal acrylic dentures, referred to as cast partial dentures.

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Denture Rebase + Relines

At Halton Denture Clinic & Implant Solutions Denture Reline and Denture Rebase can be performed same day.

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Annual Check-Ups

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. We assess and recommend solutions for you to consider.

Complete Dentures FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Complete dentures are oral prosthetics that are designed to replace a complete arch of missing teeth. The base of the denture is typically made from an acrylic resin and the denture teeth are also made either from acrylic or porcelain. Complete dentures are supported in the mouth via the surrounding hard and soft tissues in the oral cavity.
Complete dentures typically last anywhere between 5-10 years on average. The longevity of these oral prosthetics varies depending on bone/tissue loss, how well they fit, and how well they are taken care of. With a thorough oral hygiene routine and proper denture care habits your complete dentures can even last up to 15 years.
The fabrication process for complete dentures usually requires 4-5 appointments. It’s a good practice to schedule follow-up appointments to make sure that your dentures fit well. Any post insertion adjustments that are made early on can make a world of difference in the long run. 6 months following tooth extraction is a good window for proper healing of the gums, sockets, and bone.

Some of the distinct advantages of getting complete dentures include:

  • They are a cost-effective treatment option for missing teeth
  • Complete dentures provide excellent support for facial muscles and jaw structure
  • They enhance your smile and can improve self-esteem
  • Complete dentures that are properly fitted can help with speaking and eating normally

Some good denture care habits that should be part of every denture wearer’s oral hygiene routine include:

  • Brushing your dentures with soft bristled toothbrushes
  • Cleaning your dentures with denture cleaner
  • Avoid using abrasive toothpastes
  • Keep your dentures moist when they are not being worn
  • Take out your dentures overnight and place them in warm water
One of the best alternatives for getting complete dentures is getting implant dentures. Implant dentures provide a comfortable, secure, and natural feel. Implant dentures are supported by dental implants which are fastened to your jaw bone. If price is not the main concern, implant dentures are your best bet.

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