Also known as full dentures, or “false teeth”, complete dentures replace the entire line of missing teeth and are held in place by suction upper dentures. Complete lower dentures will feel loose at first while the muscles of your cheeks and tongue become used to keeping your dentures in place. You may also temporarily experience an increase in saliva production in your mouth, as well. Your dentures are crafted to closely resemble your natural teeth, but may even improve your smile and fill out your facial appearance.


First Impression Denture Clinic is with you every step of the way! We will schedule follow-up appointments with you to ensure that your dentures are fitting well and your gums and tissues are getting used to them.

complete dentures installed


Practicing good dental hygiene is of utmost importance with complete dentures. Using a soft bristle toothbrush and toothpaste, brush your gums, tongue and roof of your mouth every morning prior to inserting your complete dentures. By brushing every day, you are helping to remove any bacteria and plaque buildup.