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33A Broadway – Unit 6

Orangeville, ON L9W 1J7

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Tue & Wed: 10am – 7pm
Fri & Sat: 9am – 2pm
We work alternating Fridays and Saturdays. Please call to ensure availability during these days.

Looking for a Denture Clinic in Orangeville?

Have you noticed a change in your smile? If dental diseases, injury or aging have caused you to lose one or more of your teeth, then having dentures installed might be the solution to bring back the glory of that smile you used to have.

What are dentures?

Dentures are removable prosthetic devices which primarily function as replacements for missing teeth. Dentures are made out of a synthetic plastic resin and/or Porcelain, which gives a more natural look and feel.

Types of Dentures

Full Dentures

Full dentures are made for patients missing most, if not all of their teeth. They are also known as complete dentures or false teeth. The base of a full denture, which simulates gums, is made out of a coloured plastic, while the artificial teeth can be made out of either plastic or porcelain. Dentures can be fixed to your mouth using a force of suction, forming a seal around your real gums and thereby ensuring no food or liquid can get in between. However, dentures can also be fixed using dental implants (All on Four). In most cases, patients will feel some soreness or discomfort after having dentures installed. Do not worry though as it should only take a couple of days to get accustomed to the feel of having dentures. It is worth noting that full denture procedures can vary. There are two kinds of full denture procedures, known as immediate dentures and conventional dentures.

  • Immediate dentures are synthesized ahead of time, which allows them to be fixed to a patient’s mouth right after any extra teeth are extracted. Prior to tooth extraction and denture installation, a dentist will record the dimensions of their patient’s mouth and create a mold for the dentures. Immediate dentures are very beneficial in the fact that they prevent patients from being toothless after tooth extraction. Furthermore, immediate dentures protect a patient’s gum tissues and reduce bleeding from a tooth extraction.
  • Conventional dentures, on the other hand, are not fixed into a patient’s mouth for a certain period after tooth extraction. These dentures are placed once the patient’s gum tissues and jaw have healed. This process usually takes 8 to 12 weeks after a tooth extraction, however, in some cases it could take longer than that.

Partial Dentures

These are suitable for patients who have not lost the majority of their teeth, and in the case that their natural teeth are not strong and healthy enough to support a dental bridge. Partial dentures function to plug in gaps caused by missing teeth. As a secondary function, partial dentures also prevent adjacent teeth from shifting or moving. These kinds of dentures are held in place by fasteners, which are fitted around the adjacent natural teeth. This makes partial dentures easily removable and washable.

How installing dentures could have a positive impact on your life?

  • Dentures restore biting and chewing ability. Dentures allow you to eat many kinds of foods that you would otherwise be unable to eat
  • Dentures can improve your physical appearance and attractiveness and consequently, acts as a confidence booster
  • Dentures can improve speaking ability. Tooth loss often results in an inability to correctly pronounce letters and words. Dentures will restore your full range of phonemes and improve your speaking ability
  • Dentures can maintain a younger look. Tooth loss is often followed by your facial muscles sagging, making you look older. Dentures define your facial structure, making you look young again

Let us know if you need help

With many years of experience, our dentists at Orangeville Smiles Dentistry has been serving the Greater Toronto Area patients with high-quality dental services. We understand the importance of properly fitting dentures. So, whether you are looking for a full or partial dentures, we offer natural-looking, comfortable dentures at an affordable cost. Call us today on (519) 941-1919 to schedule an appointment.

Need a full or partial denture? Call our Orangeville dental office on (519) 941-1919 to book an appointment.

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Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth that are made of synthetic plastic resin or porcelain for natural look & feel.

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Smile Makeover

With modern dental treatments such as dental bonding or veneers, you can smile and feel comfortable in social or business environments.

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Root Canal Treatment

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Dental Checkup

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Dental Hygiene

With all the drinking and eating that we do on a typical day, it is evident that our mouths are good breeding grounds for bacteria.

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Need a full or partial denture? Call our Orangeville dental office on (519) 941-1919 to book an appointment.

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    Monday11:00 AM — 7:00 PM
    Tuesday9:00 AM — 5:00 PM
    Wednesday9:00 AM — 5:00 PM
    Thursday11:00 AM — 7:00 PM
    Friday9:00 AM — 2:00 PM
    Saturday9:00 AM — 2:00 PM

    We work alternating Fridays and Saturdays. Please call to ensure availability during these days.