Bring Back Your Complete and Beautiful Smile With Quality Dentures
Also called “false teeth,” dentures are designed to replace missing natural teeth. Some dentures replace only a few missing teeth, while others can replace all of your teeth. It can come in a removable form that can be taken out for cleaning or fixed to the gums with screws.
Joondanna Family Dental offers a wide range of options in material selection, including but not limited to removable full acrylic, removable chrome-casted partials, implant-supported dentures, immediate transition, and Valplast (flexible) dentures. Thanks to our high-quality, natural-looking dentures, you can enjoy life again. If you are considering dentures, please give us a call to schedule an appointment and find out which type of denture is right for you.
Advantages of Dentures
Improve Dental Function: Your mouth can be restored to full functionality with dentures. If you’re missing teeth, you may have difficulty eating and speaking. Having dentures fitted snugly over your gums improves your chewing ability and allows you to regain your natural speaking style.
Joondanna Family Dental offers dentures that are custom-made for your mouth, restoring what you have lost. Our dental team is skilled at fitting and adjusting dentures. We will work with you to ensure that your dentures fit comfortably and function properly. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you restore your smile.
Enhance Your Smile: Dentures can enhance your smile, appearance, and overall confidence. They feel and look just like your real teeth, giving you a natural-looking smile. This makes dentures a popular and effective false teeth option for people who suffer from tooth loss.
At Joondanna Family Dental, we understand how important a healthy and beautiful smile is to our clients. That is why we offer top-quality dentures as an effective and affordable tooth replacement option. Whether you need full or partial dentures to replace missing teeth, our trained staff is here to help you achieve the look and feel of a natural-looking smile.
Prevents Facial Sagging: Losing teeth can cause the jaw bone to shrink. It can lead to wrinkles and facial sagging. Dentures can replace your lost teeth and improve your facial appearance and smile.
Joondanna Family Dental provides dentures that can help you maintain a youthful facial appearance. We have a range of denture options available to suit your individual needs, including full dentures and partial dentures. We will work with you to find the best option for your needs.
Effective Tooth Replacement: Dentures are a simple, cost-effective option to replace missing teeth. Moreover, the process is quick and non-invasive. They are also easy to clean, which makes maintenance a breeze.
Joondanna Family Dental provides several types of dentures, so you can find the perfect fit for your budget. We offer partial and full dentures and a wide range of denture materials. No matter what type of denture you choose, we will work with you to ensure a perfect fit.
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FAQs about Dentures
Dentures are an excellent prosthetic tooth option for those who have lost some or all of their teeth. A denture is an effective dental treatment to replace missing teeth for men and women who have significant tooth loss. Whether you can have false teeth depends not on your age but rather on the condition of your natural teeth and your aesthetic and functional needs. Ideal candidates are those that have healthy gums and enough jawbone structure. In order to stay in place for long periods of time, dentures require sufficient support from natural tissue.
To determine your suitability for dentures, please book an appointment with us. Our team of dentists can then perform a thorough examination of your mouth and recommend a tailored treatment plan for your teeth.
An examination of your teeth is the first step in the denture process. Your dentist will conduct a thorough examination to determine your suitability for dentures and if additional dental treatments, like tooth extraction, may be needed. Your dentist will then take an impression of your mouth and take measurements in order to ensure that the dentures will fit correctly. Your dentures will be made in a dental lab using the impressions sent by your dentist. Your dentist may recommend temporary dentures in the meantime.
You will need to come back for a second appointment for a denture fitting once the dentures have been completed. A proper denture fit is critical for your daily comfort and confidence. You may have trouble keeping your denture in place if it is not fitted carefully. We make sure you get comfortable dentures so that you can wear them with confidence. If necessary, we can make adjustments to the dentures at this appointment.
Joondanna Family Dental recommends cleaning your dentures regularly so that they last as long as possible.
Follow our three-step checklist for your denture cleaning routine:
- If your denture is removable, you need to remove them at night – Do NOT wear them to sleep! The tissues and gums that are covered all day need to breathe! This also reduces the likelihood of fungal and bacterial infections over time. Gently brush the dentures with a soft toothbrush to remove plaque and food residue and leave them in their container overnight.
- In the morning, brush them again and wear them throughout the day.
- Use the cleaning agent or denture cleaner recommended by your dentist for your set of dentures.
DO NOT use:
- Hot or boiling water, as it can deform the material
- Abrasives or bleach
- Methylated spirits
Here are some alternatives to dentures:
- Dental Implants: Implants are artificial tooth replacements that anchor into the jawbone to replace the roots of missing teeth. Their resemblance to natural teeth makes them a popular alternative to dentures. Dental implants are, however, more expensive than dentures.
- Dental Bridges: A bridge fills the gap left in your mouth by a missing tooth by utilising the adjacent teeth as support and retention. Unlike traditional removable dentures, dental bridges are permanently affixed to healthy teeth on either side of the missing tooth or space.