A denturist helps you get the smile you dream of
Our denture clinic provides an impressive range of services.
Finding the right dentures can be a life-changing event, and no one knows this better than denturists. There are so many options to choose from, and our clinic offers all of the denture services you need to find the perfect solution for your ideal look and feel. Whether you have chronic oral pain or ongoing oral health concerns like rotted roots or damaged teeth, custom-fit dentures are an excellent solution. Your custom dentures can help you eat and chew with confidence and help you maintain the balanced diet you strive for.
Other dental services such as implants are a more costly alternative, and custom-fit dentures offer a more economical option for achieving your goals. With dentures, you can get the healthy, vibrant smile you want at a fraction of the cost of other dental services.
Would you like to learn more about all of your denture options? Book your free, no-obligation appointment with our denturist today to guide you through the process and answer your questions.
Whiten Your Dentures and Brighten Your Smile
Natural teeth and dentures are subject to stains and dulling from food and drinks, but teeth whitening can restore their look. Denturists can help with professional denture cleaning, removing surface stains, and polishing your dentures to keep them looking their best.
Get in touch to learn more about professional cleaning to brighten your smile.
Simple tips to keep your dentures clean
Cleaning your dentures is a lot like cleaning your teeth each day. It’s important not only for your oral health but your overall health in general. Just like teeth, dentures can get a build-up of bacteria, plaque, and tartar, harming your existing teeth and gums.
Try these easy steps for daily denture cleaning:
- Remove your dentures from your mouth and run clean water over them to dislodge food particles.
- Use a denture brush or a soft toothbrush with mild soap or denture cleaner to brush the dentures.
- Avoid other cleaners–they are too abrasive and may cause damage to your dentures.
- Clean your gums and any natural teeth with a soft, wet toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste while your dentures are out.
- If a toothbrush is too rough, try wrapping your finger in a wet, soft washcloth to gently rub your gums.
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What does a denturist do?
Denturists are dental health care professionals. They provide denture care directly to the public and provide a wide range of denture services. They examine patients who are missing some or all of their teeth, and they can design, repair, construct, and alter removable dentures.
Is a denturist a doctor?
No–denturists are not doctors. Denturists are independent, self-regulated professionals. They work in conjunction with other oral health care providers, including dentists, dental hygienists, oral surgeons, dental technologists, and laboratory technicians. As an integral part of the oral health profession, denturists work hard to provide the best denture care and service to their patients.
What is the difference between a dentist and a denturist?
Specialized training in the aesthetic design, creation, care and application of dentures differentiates denturists from dentists. Denturists can assess your oral health, perform necessary clinical dental procedures, and personally fabricate your dentures.