The Cost Of Dentures Guide

The Cost Of Dentures

Dentures do much more than just improve the appearance of your smile. They also help you speak and chew food without difficulty, improving your overall quality of life. But how much do new dentures normally cost, and what factors can affect the final price you’ll pay for them? Don’t worry—we’re here to help you budget for your new dentures. Read …

I have lost weight and now my dentures don’t fit anymore. What now?!

Losing weight can affect your whole body including your mouth and gums and one of the consequences is that your dentures can become loose. Loose-fitting dentures can cause dentures to feel uncomfortable and make day-to-day life (eating, smiling, and speaking) more challenging.   The best solution is to have your dentures assessed by a Denturist who is a denture specialist. …

What are immediate Dentures?

Let’s talk about Immediate Dentures. So, what is an immediate denture? Immediate Dentures are dentures that can be used Immediately after teeth extraction happens.. Once the dentist has made a diagnosis that some or all of your teeth needs to be removed, you have two options: to go ‘gummy’ for a few months until the sockets have healed, or, to …

Considering Implant Supported Dentures?

Implant Supported Dentures are the closest thing a person will get to their natural teeth. Many people shy away from the idea simply because they believe that implants are too expensive. Implants have improved significantly over the years, therefore providing people with more affordable options. Implants will help with denture stability, restore bite force and help a person become more …

Broken Dentures – What Now?

We often get dentures that have been repaired at home with super glue. Those repairs are not the best because the dentures feel uncomfortable and break again. The worst part of the glued denture is not the damage done but rather the harmful chemicals that are in the glue. Now, Can they be repaired? Most of the time, yes, this …

Dentures do NOT last forever…

Dentures do not last forever, like a shoe needs to be replaced, dentures should too! Over time, dentures will need to be relined, rebased, or remade due to normal wear. The average lifespan of a denture is about 5 years. It depends on what you eat and your bone structure as they can last longer and they can also wear …

Denture Tip: Visit your Denturist every year!

Denture tip: To increase the longevity of of your dentures it is important to see your denturist every year to check the condition and fit of your dentures, that way, if anything is wrong, we can address it immediately to ensure proper fit and comfort. Your denturist will also examine your mouth and check for any signs of irritation or …