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Dentures Burpengary –Natural Looking and Comfortable

If you’re considering dentures in Burpengary, QLD look no further. Dentures are a convenient solution for people that are missing teeth or facing extractions. Our Dentists provide natural-looking full and partial dentures to restore both the aesthetics and functionality of your smile.  

Our dentures are custom designed and we also use innovative Digital Smile Design software for exceptional results.

What Makes For Good Dentures In Burpengary?

A good denture should maximise stability, support, and retention and our customised full and partial dentures do just that. Our Dentists use innovative Digital Smile Design software that enables you to have more input into the design of your denture by previewing your new smile on-screen, and allowing you to approve the results before the permanent denture is made. 

The result for patients is a beautiful high-quality denture that complements your facial features. Our dentures fit so well that it’s easy to forget you’re wearing them.

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Types Of Dentures Available At Our ‘Denture Clinic’ In Burpengary

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Removable Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are used for Patients looking to replace a section of missing teeth in either their upper or lower jaw. The lifelike prosthetic teeth rest on the bumpy jaw ridge distributing the bite force evenly. Attached by metal clasps that clip onto a healthy tooth at either end of the gap, the denture can be easily removed for cleaning.

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Removable Full Dentures

Full dentures, also known as complete dentures, are used to replace all of the teeth in the upper, lower, or both jaws. They’re designed to fit snugly over the ridge of the jaw and can easily be inserted and removed from the mouth for cleaning and to rest the gums overnight. 

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Implant Retained Dentures

Implant retained dentures solve the common problem of denture slippage that occurs gradually as the jaw deteriorates due to bone loss over time. Because the implants are secured directly into the jaw, they provide the necessary stimulation to keep the bone healthy and prevent the bone loss that causes the jaw to deteriorate. 

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Removable Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are used for Burpengary Patients looking to replace a section of missing teeth in either their upper or lower jaw. The lifelike prosthetic teeth rest on the bumpy jaw ridge distributing the bite force evenly. Attached by metal clasps that clip onto a healthy tooth at either end of the gap, the denture can be easily removed for cleaning.

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Removable Full Dentures

Full dentures, also known as complete dentures, are used to replace all of the teeth in the upper, lower, or both jaws. They’re designed to fit snugly over the ridge of the jaw and can easily be inserted and removed from the mouth for cleaning and to rest the gums overnight. 

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Implant Retained Dentures

Implant retained dentures solve the common problem of denture slippage that occurs gradually as the jaw deteriorates due to bone loss over time. Because the implants are secured directly into the jaw, they provide the necessary stimulation to keep the bone healthy and prevent the bone loss that causes the jaw to deteriorate. 

The denture is supported by four to six dental implants, and because it clips onto special connectors, it can be removed just like a conventional denture. 

Are You Considering Dentures In Burpengary?

To benefit from high-quality full and partial dentures, or to find out more about our other dental services, please get in touch with Beyond Dental Care in Burpengary, QLD. Dentistry doesn’t get any better than this!

How Does It Feel To Wear Dentures?

Most Patients find it takes a few weeks to get accustomed to wearing their new dentures. The first thing you may notice is that your speech will sound different and your mouth may produce more saliva.

How Long Will My Dentures Last?

With proper care, your full dentures should last on average between five and ten years before they need relining to improve their fit if they have become loose. Partial dentures, on the other hand, may last up to 15 years.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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