Millions of people experience difficulties associated with missing teeth.
These difficulties can severely undermine your self-confidence and quality of life.
Also known as full dentures, or “false teeth”, complete dentures replace the entire line of missing teeth and are held in place by suction.
A partial denture may prevent your natural teeth from shifting. In fact, a partial denture may help maintain the position of your natural teeth by providing them with additional support.
Implant retained dentures are more stable and “real” feeling than most types of dentures. Implants are a proven restoration option with a long, clinical history and an excellent success rate.
To avoid the situation of being without teeth, your First Impression Denturist will implement the immediate denture technique. This involves taking impressions of your mouth while your natural teeth are still present.
Repairs may be required when breakage or damage occurs, when one or more teeth need to be added to an existing denture (due to tooth extraction), or because of wear and tear.
Relining consists of adding new base (pink) material to the tissue side of a denture to ensure a snug fit. Your Denturist will need to take an extra intraoral impression inside your existing denture to complete the reline.
Rebasing is usually done when the denture teeth have not worn out in comparison to the denture base material.
Soft liners are bonded to the surface of dentures and rest on the oral tissues. The soft liner acts as a shock absorber between the hard plastic denture base and the sensitive oral tissue covering the jaw ridges.
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At First Impression Denture Clinic, we believe that everyone deserves help to improve their fit (for comfort), and function of their dentures.
For your smile and your health, when it comes to sports equipment, mouthguards are essential. They are made of soft plastic and are closely adapted to fit comfortably over your natural teeth.
Get a brighter, whiter smile. Teeth whitening is a simple and effective process that lightens the shade of enamel and dentin of natural teeth.