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Why Denturists ?

Millions of people experience difficulties associated with missing teeth. These difficulties can severely undermine your self-confidence and quality of life.

Missing teeth can compromise your health, eating habits, speech and appearance. When teeth are lost, bone loss usually occurs, which in turn can affect your denture. This can result in the denture becoming loose, which may cause difficulty in stabilisation of the denture, decreased chewing ability, and deterioration of the jaw structure over time.

Denturists are different from dentists, denturists are oral health-care specialists who have comprehensive study and intensive training practice on dentures. They offer a wide range of different types of dentures to satisfy each individual patient’s specific needs. After the initial consultation, I will determine what your specific requirements are and what is required to meet them. The new dentures will restore your smile, your confidence and the most important – to improve your health, that means it must be compatible with the sensitive tissues of your mouth so designing the denture with the best fitting and craftsmanship is the ultimate goal.

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PREMIUM DENTURES

PREMIUM MATERIALS AND PRECISION TECHNIQUES

Precision Equilibrated Dentures are designed for the client that requires a personalized denture that utilizes premium materials and precision techniques due to difficult oral structures, inconsistent bite or severe bone resorption.

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With premium personalized dentures, esthetics, comfort, fit and function combine to allow your smile to look and function more naturally. Premium Dentures restore the natural contour of your lips, facial muscles and smile.[/expand]

STANDARD DENTURES

COST EFFECTIVE FIT COMFORTABLE

Standard dentures fit comfortably, are cost effective and provide all the necessary requirements for missing teeth. Standard Dentures are designed for the average patient using basic tooth shades and shapes. Provided the client maintains, cleans and receives regular check-ups, Standard Dentures will last for many years.

IMMEDIATE DENTURE

SAME DAY DENTURE AFTER EXTRACTION

To avoid the situation of being without teeth, your Denturist will implement the immediate denture technique. ­This involves taking impressions of your mouth while your natural teeth are still present. Your Denturist is then able to fabricate a denture in the likeness of your natural teeth, or make any necessary modifications you may wish. [expand title=”Read More…” swaptitle=” “]

When your natural teeth are extracted, your immediate denture is then inserted. With this technique, you have avoided having to go without any teeth while you go through the healing process.[/expand]

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IMPLANT DENTURES

MORE STABLE AND FEEL REAL THAN MOST TYPES OF DENTURES

One of the best ways to retain a full or partial denture is through dental implants. Although your Denturist cannot place implants, he/she can design and fit the prosthetics for them, suggest a surgeon to place them and co-ordinate the entire treatment plan. In short, dental implants are a substitute for tooth roots and form a stable foundation to retain, or even support, a Denture.

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Implants can provide exceptional support for full and partial dentures, since the implants integrate with the bone to act as an anchor for the replacement teeth. Dental implants can also help preserve the bone by providing stimulation that was previously provided by the natural tooth root system. This helps to maintain the integrity of your facial structure.

Dental implants can help provide the closest possible replacement for natural teeth, and the best way to restore your natural smile. The cost of these implants has become very affordable. Ask your Denturist about how dental implants might be the right solution for you.

WHY ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS A GOOD CHOICE?

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. With full upper cases, the denture palate is no longer required, allowing you taste and feel your food more naturally.

Many patients who have chosen implant-supported dentures report they are happy and comfortable for the first time since the loss of their natural teeth.

BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS

– improved oral health, ability to eat, appearance and self-esteem

– increased denture comfort

– increased denture stability

– help prevent bone loss

– desorption of tissue is reduced

– your mouth is restored to a natural state which allows superior long-term esthetics, enhancing the beauty of your natural smile and quality of your life.[/expand]

FLEXIBLE/VALPLAST PARTIAL DENTURES

FLEXIBLE, BEAUTIFUL, COMFORTABLE

Valplast flexible partials could be the solution for you to replace one or more teeth. Unlike more traditional ridged, bulky and unstable dental materials Valplast flexible partial denture are made from a flexible plastic material which fits neatly into your mouth and is virtually invisible. They do NOT require any unsightly metal clasps to keep them in place. Flexible Partials blend in well with the natural appearance of your gums, making the partial virtually invisible.

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The plastic has almost a chameleon effect, it is so strong that the partial can be made very thin and so picks up the characteristics of the underlying tissue. The Valplast clasp blends with the surrounding tissue and virtually disappears.[/expand]

 

REBASE RELINES REPAIRS

ADD TEETH REPAIR BROKEN DENTURES

Broken, worn or ill-fitting dentures need not always be replaced. In fact, your Denturist can assess very quickly if you’re a candidate for a rebase, reline or repair. In the case of repairs, your Denturist can often offer same-day service.

 

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REBASE

Rebasing is usually done when the denture teeth have not worn out in comparison to the denture base material. It is a process of retrofitting dentures by replacing all of the acrylic denture base with new acrylic, which provides a stable denture without replacing the denture teeth.

RELINES

This consists of adding new base material to the tissue side of a denture so it fits properly. Relining can restore your denture to a “like new fit”. Your Denturist will need to take an impression inside your existing denture.

Relining affects only the fit of your denture and will not change the appearance or other aspects.

Relines are required when tissue changes occur due to resorption (shrinkage). Resorption can take months or years to happen.

It can be due to:

– loss of weight

– loss of teeth

– loss of bone

– normal ageing

– disease or illness

 

REPAIRS

In most cases, your Denturist can restore an existing broken or cracked denture to its original state. Repairs may be required when breakage or chipping occurs, when one or more teeth need to be added to an existing denture (due to tooth extraction), or because of wear and tear.

Most repairs can easily be done in one day. If your denture requires a repair, it may be indicative of underlying problems, including age of the denture, worn teeth, or poor fit. Your Denturist is the professional who can best explain how to prevent denture breakage from occurring.[/expand]

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NIGHT GUARDS

FOR TEETH GRINDING – NIGHT GUARDS

Bruxism is a fairly common condition that is characterized by hard grinding and/or clenching of the teeth. It can cause serious dental problems, including teeth damage, jaw disorders, headaches, among other things. Mouthguards are coverings that are worn over upper and/or lower teeth to prevent such damage and can be bought at drugstores and big box stores. However, they will likely be ill-fitting, resulting in discomfort or causing them to come loose.

 

MOUTH GUARDS – SPORTS

PROTECT TEETH LIPS CHEEKS TONGUE AND JAW

Athletic mouth guards are made of soft plastic. They are adapted to fit comfortably over the upper teeth. Mouth guards are important because the average cost of dental treatment over a lifetime for one tooth lost is approximately $5,000. When it comes to sports equipment, mouth guards are a priority. They protect not only the teeth, but the lips, cheeks and tongue. They also help protect a person from concussions and jaw fractures.

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WHEN SHOULD SOMEONE WEAR A MOUTH GUARD?

People should wear a mouth guard whenever they are involved in an activity with a risk of falls or of head contact with other players or equipment. This includes football, baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, skateboarding, even gymnastics. We usually think of football and hockey as the most dangerous sports for teeth, but nearly half of sports-related mouth injuries occur in basketball and baseball.

HOW DOES ONE CHOOSE A MOUTH GUARD?

Any mouth guard is better than no mouth guard. However, it is important to choose a mouth guard that fits comfortably. If a mouth guard interferes with breathing or speech, or if it feels bulky, it won’t be worn.

The best way to ensure the proper protection, fit and comfort is to consult a Denturist.

PROPER CARE OF MOUTH GUARDS

When not in use, all mouth guards should be stored in a plastic container to avoid damage due to excessive heat or cold. They should be washed after each use, using cold or lukewarm water. Hot water may cause distortion. Prior to insertion, a mouth guard may be rinsed in mouthwash to freshen the taste. As a general rule, it is recommended that a standard mouth guard be replaced every two to three years.

Whatever your age or sport, mouth guards are an important part of sports safety and your exercise routine. Do what you can to protect your smile and preserve your health. Ensure that you have a properly fitted mouth guard made by a professional. [/expand]

THE SOFT LINER ALTERNATIVE

ALTERNATIVE FOR SENSITIVE GUMS

A permanent soft liner is a layer of soft material that is fitted to the surface of a denture and rests next to the oral tissues. In short, a soft liner acts as a cushion or shock absorber between the hard plastic base of a denture and the gums. Soft liners can be used in the fabrication of new dentures or placed in existing dentures.

IS A SOFT LINER RIGHT FOR YOU?

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Permanent soft liners provide comfort and relief for individuals with:

– severely receded or flat gums that do not tolerate the stress of dentures

– chronic soreness

– gums with prominent or sharp bony areas

ADVANTAGES OF SOFT LINERS

– greater comfort (a significant number of denture wearers with chronic discomfort have experienced great relief)

– clinical evidence indicates that almost everyone tolerates soft liner materials

– with soft liners, many denture wearers report that they can chew food more comfortably

– a proven technology, soft liners have been offered to patients for over 20 years, and over that time the materials and technology have steadily improved

THINGS TO THINK ABOUT WITH SOFT LINERS

– greater consideration in the use of proper cleaners and good home care must be given

– require regular follow-up visits with a Denturist to examine the fit of dentures, the health of a patient’s oral tissues and to ensure professional cleaning. [/expand]

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ANTI-SNORING DEVICE

ORAL APPLIANCE TO TREAT SNORING&SLEEP APNEA

It is estimated that as many as 50% of us snore regularly. For some, snoring is no more than an occasional, inconvenient habit. However, chronic, heavy snoring can be more serious.

Simple snoring can disturb others and cause a dry mouth or sore throat. Heavy snoring is often a symptom of sleep apnea, which can be associated with hypertension, stroke and other cardiopulmonary problems. Is someone snoring in your house?

WHAT IS SLEEP APNEA? 

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The Greek word apnoia literally means “without breath”. There are three types of apnea: obstructive, central and mixed. Of the three, obstructive is the most common. Despite the difference in the root cause of each type, in all three, people with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during the night – often for a minute or longer.

WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF SLEEP APNEA?

– choking or interrupted breathing during sleep

– excessive daytime sleepiness

– morning headaches

– a strong urge to sleep during the day

– jerking limb movements during sleep

– awakening tired and thirsty

– snoring

SLEEP APNEA MAY CAUSE THE FOLLOWING:

– daytime fatigue

– memory impairment

– poor work performance

– loss of sexual interest

Severe sleep apnea can result in serious complications, including high blood pressure, heart rhythm disturbances and even heart failure.

Patients with sleep apnea are more likely to be involved in automobile accidents. In addition, accidents associated with drowsiness are more often fatal.

WHAT CAN A DENTURIST DO?

A Denturist can fit you with an oral appliance specially designed to treat snoring and sleep apnea.

Oral appliances are small and easy to wear. They weigh only a couple of ounces, which makes them convenient for travel. In addition, they are relatively inexpensive when compared to other alternatives, such as surgery and CPAP (constant positive air pressure) devices. As well, oral appliances are non-invasive and non-surgical. Some medical insurance companies cover the cost of these appliances.

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NAME INSERTION

PUT YOUR NAME IN YOUR DENTURE

Name insertion is a simple procedure that can be included in the finishing process or added at a later date. This is often required or recommended for people who live in care homes or chronic care facilities where the misplacement of dentures can be a common occurrence. Our Denturist will discuss name insertion with you, but always feel free to request this service.

TEETH WHITENING

CUSTOM MADE APPLIANCE&LATEST TECHNOLOGY

Through the use of a custom-made delivery system and the latest in teeth-whitening technology, you can have whiter and brighter teeth.

Teeth whitening is a simple and effective process that lightens discolouration of enamel and dentin. The system uses a peroxide-based gel retained in a custom fitted appliance that is worn over your teeth. It can be used during the day or while you sleep.

WHAT CAUSES TOOTH DISCOLOURATION?

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There are several causes of tooth discolouration, the most common being ageing, staining substances (coffee, tea, colas, tobacco), trauma, tetracycline (antibiotic) staining, excessive fluoride and nerve degeneration.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM TEETH WHITENING?

Almost everyone with natural teeth! However, there are cases where treatment may not be effective. A Denturist will determine if you are a viable candidate following a thorough examination. The tooth-whitening system is ideal for people who have healthy, unrestored teeth and would like to have a whiter, brighter smile. The whitening process is most effective on mildly discoloured teeth. Darker stains, such as those caused by antibiotics, take longer to respond to treatment. The degree of whiteness will vary from person to person, depending on the structure of the teeth and how long the system is used.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?

Results are usually seen following the first night. The best results generally occur when the process is continued for 10 to 14 nights.

HOW LONG DO THE RESULTS LAST?

Whitened teeth will always be lighter than they were. However, some patients may need periodic re-whitening for one or two nights, every four to six months.[/expand]