At our clinic, we want your experience to be memorable. We do our best to work around your schedule to provide flexible day and evening appointments that suit your needs. Our dental team is available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about your oral health and denture needs. If you have any questions regarding our services please do not hesitate to contact us.
Complete dentures are used when you have no natural teeth remaining. They restore your ability to chew and they can be customized to allow your smile to look more natural. There are different types of complete dentures, and your denturist can help you decide which is best to suit your needs.
Implant-supported dentures can be used when you do not have enough natural bone remaining to support a full denture, or if you prefer the additional support of knowing your denture is secure. There are many types of implant solutions, and your denturist will be able to explain your options to you.
A Softliner is a layer of soft material that is attached to the denture and rests between the denture and your bone. This permanent layer can add comfort for individuals that are prone to sore spots caused by the hard denture plastic rubbing against their bone.
Teeth Whitening helps brighten your smile by removing staining within your teeth. Unlike teeth cleaning, which removes stains on the surface of your teeth, teeth whitening affects the stains that have absorbed into the tooth and cannot be reached by cleanings alone.
Partial dentures are used when you still have some natural teeth remaining. This type of denture will fill the gaps in your dentition, restoring aesthetics and your ability to chew. Your denturist will be able to decide what type of partial denture is right for you based on your specific needs.
Immediate dentures are used when you need to have one or more teeth extracted, but do not want to be left without dentures while you recover. An Immediate Denture can also help speed healing of extraction sites. This type of denture is made before your teeth are removed, and is inserted directly following your dental extraction appointment.
Relines & Rebase
Relines and Rebases of dentures are performed when your existing dentures need to be re-fit. Over time, your bone will shrink and it may be necessary to adjust the fit of your denture. Relining and Rebasing will only change the fit of your denture, and will not affect appearance.
Denture repairs can be performed onsite in our lab. And the best part about repairs is that they can be completed in the same day. If your dentures are cracked, missing individual teeth, or have a broken hook, setup an appointment to see how we can help.