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At Lifetime Dental Care, we understand that missing teeth can have a significant impact on your appearance, oral health, and overall quality of life.

That’s why we offer customized dentures designed to improve both aesthetics and functionality. Whether you are young or old, our advanced dental technology allows us to create dentures that look natural and fit comfortably, enhancing your smile and restoring your confidence.

Types of Dentures: Finding the Perfect Fit for You

We offer a variety of denture options to meet your specific needs and preferences. Our experienced team will work closely with you to determine the best solution for your unique situation. Here are the types of dentures we offer:

Full Dentures: Full dentures, also known as complete dentures, are used when all of your natural teeth are missing in either the upper or lower arch, or both. These dentures are custom-made to fit your mouth precisely and restore your ability to bite, chew, and speak properly. Our skilled dentist and laboratory technician will collaborate to ensure that your full dentures closely match the shape, colour, and size of your natural teeth, giving you a natural-looking smile.

Partial Dentures:If you have some remaining healthy teeth, a partial denture may be the ideal solution. Partial dentures are designed to replace one or more missing teeth while preserving the integrity of your remaining natural teeth. They consist of a metal or acrylic framework that holds the artificial teeth in place. Our team will carefully match the colour and shape of the artificial teeth to blend seamlessly with your existing teeth, providing a harmonious and functional smile.

Choosing the Right Material for Your Denture

When it comes to denture materials, we offer options to suit your specific needs and preferences. The two primary materials used for dentures are acrylic and metal:

Acrylic Dentures: Acrylic dentures are a popular choice due to their affordability and natural appearance. They are made of a high-quality acrylic material that closely resembles gum tissue. Our skilled dental professionals will ensure that your acrylic denture is crafted with precision to provide a comfortable and secure fit.

Metal Dentures: Metal dentures, often made of cobalt-chromium alloy, offer exceptional strength and durability. These dentures are particularly suitable for patients with a strong bite or for those who require a partial denture with a minimal framework. Metal dentures can provide long-term reliability and stability.

Our Customized Approach to Dentures

At Lifetime Dental Care, we take a personalized approach to dentures. We understand that each patient has unique needs and expectations. That’s why our experienced team will carefully assess your oral health, facial structure, and aesthetic goals to create dentures that fit comfortably and enhance your natural beauty.

We work closely with a skilled laboratory technician who shares our commitment to excellence. By collaborating closely with the technician, we can ensure that your dentures are meticulously crafted to meet your specific requirements. We strive to provide you with dentures that not only restore your ability to eat and speak but also give you the confidence to smile freely.

Experience the Benefits of Modern Dentures

Advances in dental technology have transformed the field of dentures, allowing for improved aesthetics, comfort, and functionality. By choosing dentures at Lifetime Dental Care, you can experience the following benefits:

Enhanced Appearance: Our natural-looking dentures will restore your smile, helping you regain your self-confidence and improving your overall facial aesthetics.

Improved Oral Health: Dentures fill the gaps left by missing teeth, preventing the remaining teeth from shifting or becoming misaligned. This helps maintain proper oral hygiene and prevents further oral health issues.

Restored Functionality: Dentures enable you to chew and speak properly, allowing you to enjoy your favourite foods and engage in social interactions