Full & Partial Dentures
When it comes to dentures, there are plenty of options to suit your needs, personal preference and budget.
All our dentures are made onsite and designed to fit you and your mouth perfectly.
Full dentures are naturally looking acrylic dentures that replace all the teeth on the upper or lower jaws. Full or complete dentures are easily removable and are kept in place with the suction of your gums. A full denture is held in place by a combination of healthy oral tissues (gums) good saliva coverage and an even border, which all together create suction or retention.
Chrome, acrylic, flexible
Partial dentures are designed to restore the gaps in your smile where you may be missing teeth. They are fitted by the support of your existing teeth using acrylic and metal clasps.
There are multiple partial denture options to suit your needs and preferences.
Cobalt chrome dentures use a metal framework as the base of the denture and teeth and gum coloured acrylic are added to the periphery.
Acrylic dentures use acrylic plastic as the base and metal clasps are used to anchor the denture to your existing teeth.
Flexible dentures can also be an option for those only requiring replacement of 1- 3 teeth. Without the use of metal clasps and the gum coloured flexi material, flexible dentures are virtually invisible.
Scan technology allows us to perfectly match the shade of your teeth for that seamless transition between natural tooth and denture.
Book an appointment with Cindy Rasmussen to discuss the best option for you!
You don't have to go without your teeth!
When required, we guarantee to have your denture ready to insert the moment you have your teeth pulled out. You can leave our practice confident with a full smile.
IMPLANT RETAINED DENTURES?
Implant retained dentures can be a positive solution for those wishing to invest in their health and teeth long term. Combining denture and implant systems, Cindy Rasmussen can discuss options for you moving forward. Find more information on our implant retained denture page.