Helping You Choose

Helping You Choose

How do I make my first appointment?
You simply call our Clinic for a free consultation.

What happens at my first visit to the Denturist?
During your initial consultation with Bill or Tom, you will receive an explanation of what you can reasonably expect, in terms of function, appearance, and cost. We will ask you some medical and general health-related questions, such as whether you are in good health, if you are under the care of a physician, or if you have any reactions to certain drugs and materials (e.g. latex allergies). This personal information is held in the strictest confidence.

Will my speech be affected?
You may notice some minor differences in your speech. Lisping is not unusual. Don't worry, your speech will return with practice. Reading aloud is an excellent exercise to speed up your progress!

Will dentures affect my ability to eat?
While you shouldn't expect to be able to eat steak as soon as you leave our Clinic, you will have to learn to chew again. We will explain how you should do so, and will suggest suitable, wholesome foods to eat.

How long will it take to get my dentures?
We recognize the importance of ensuring you have a proper fit and support in your mouth. The length of time it takes to get your Completed dentures varies and is dependent on the condition of your mouth and gums. Usually, your Full or partial Dentures will be ready in 1 to 10 days.

How will I look with Dentures?
Your dentures, personally created by your denturist will provide you with a natural looking smile, if years of aging and pronounced facial lines are starting to affect how you feel about yourself, make the call for a free consultation with dentures, you will see a positive difference in your appearance. Facial lines may be softened or reduced, and you may look years younger!

How long will my dentures last?
Couple In most cases and to ensure optimum wear, your dentures should last between 5 and 10 years. Natural teeth wear down and stain over the years, and dentures will, too. Tissue in your mouth changes over time. Your dentures may require adjusting or rebasing periodically, so it is wise to see your denturist at least once a year to ensure your denture continue to fit well, and whether any adjustments need to be made.

How often should I have a check-up?
Generally, it is recommended that you have a check-up once a year. We are trained to observe and detect any abnormalities or conditions in your mouth.

How should I clean my dentures?

Ideally your dentures should be cleaned after every meal. They should be cleaned over a basin of water or damp towel to avoid breakage in case they are dropped. Use a denture brush and a good denture cleaner. Avoid gritty pastes or powders, as the repeated use will damage the denture. Use only lukewarm water.