Services

Our Services Include:

Complete Denture: Master Class Dentures, BPS Dentures, Conventional Dentures, Digital Dentures, Denture on Implants, Lower                                         Suction Dentures, Immediate Dentures, Transitional Dentures

Partial Dentures: Cast/Chrome Dentures, Acrylic Dentures, Valplast Dentures, Flippers

Basic Services: Reline, Rebases, Soft liners, Repairs, Additions, Clean & Polishes, Examinations, Referrals to Specialists 

Complete Replacement Dentures

Master Class Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) Suction Denture

BPS is the system designed to work with the body in a biologically harmonious way, maximizing function. BPS promotes the construction of quality dentures. Only certified dental technicians are authorized to construct BPS dentures.

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In Mouth View
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In Mouth View
Smile View
In Mouth View
Smile View
In Mouth View

Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) Suction Dentures

BPS is the system designed to work with the body in a biologically harmonious way, maximizing function. BPS promotes the construction of quality dentures. Only certified dental technicians are authorized to construct BPS dentures.

Smile View
In Mouth View
Smile View
In Mouth View

Conventional Dentures

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In Mouth View
Smile View
In Mouth View

Dentures on Implants

This option is excellent for those with advanced bone loss or with other health issues—dentures on implants make a great fit. Complete upper dentures on implants uncover the roof of the mouth which brings back taste sensation.

Immediate Dentures

When complete extractions of your remaining teeth become unavoidable, an immediate denture is a solution. We can make your denture either before or after your teeth get extracted. Your denturist will advise you of the option that best meets your specific needs.

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Partial Dentures

This option is suggested if you are missing only some of your teeth. Partial dentures maintain a healthy bite and prevent other teeth from shifting. They can be made from different materials (cast/acrylic/flexible) according to your unique need.

Cast/Chrome Partial Dentures

This denture is used when one or more natural teeth remain in the mouth. It is made from a metal framework that provides in stability. Acrylic is used in smaller quantities to match the gum so you’ll have the best fit as well as the most accurate reconstruction

Acrylic Partial Dentures

These dentures can be full or partial. This option is especially good for people who are missing several teeth and/or have teeth that may need removal in the near future as new teeth and denture base can be added easily to the existing denture.

Flexible Partial Dentures

This type of denture is similar to cast partial; however, they differ in the framework. These partials are flexible, durable, lightweight and allow the wearer a tighter, more natural fit. There are no metal clasps, but this style also fits over the natural teeth. Tasks like chewing and speaking happen more fluidly and comfort for many is increased.

One Tooth Flippers

This option is viable for those who are missing one or two front teeth. Essentially, a flipper is a very small acrylic partial that covers the affected area. It may be a temporary resolution before other options are explored, or a permanent solution for some peopl

Denture Refitting

Getting your denture refitted is essential to maintain the correct fit, preserve the bone structure, and to avoid premature wear to the teeth. The older the denture is, usually the looser it will be in your mouth. There are ridges in your mouth that help stabilize a denture. These ridges naturally shrink over time making the denture fit improperly.  Dentures should be refitted every two to three years to restore optimum fit and function.  Refitting effects only the fit of your denture and will not change the appearance or address any wear of the denture teeth.  

Rebases

Rebasing consists of removing and adding all new pink material to the entire denture to ensure a snug fit. This procedure is the most hygienic way of refitting your denture.

Reline

Relining consists of removing and adding some of the pink acrylic material to ensure a snug fit.

Soft Liners

Rubbery liner to the complete lower denture. For people with advanced bone loss. It cushions the denture to prevent the rubbing and uncomfortable friction

Same Day Repairs

We understand how awful it is when you break a denture. We try our best to get you in as quick as possible to repair the denture to the best of our ability. Most dentures can be repaired in one day. When we see your denture, we will be able to address why your denture broke and how to prevent it from happening again. Do NOT Krazy glue dentures. The chemicals in the glue cause the surfaces to melt—making dentures impossible to properly fit.

Partial Additions

If you have a partial and you’re having a tooth extracted, we may be able to add it to your existing partial. We will need to assess the partial prior to your tooth removal to see if this is a viable option for you

Clean and Polish

Normal wear creates scratches that tarter and calcium deposits stick to making dentures difficult to clean. We can remove these deposits and the stains associated with long-time wear, restoring the shine and smooth surface that came with original denture.

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