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Dentures

Complete and Partial Dentures in Winnipeg

Missing teeth not only affect the appearance of your smile, but also make speaking and chewing difficult. Fortunately, dentures can replace your missing teeth and restore the form and function of your mouth. For quality dentures in Winnipeg, you can trust the Integral Dental Group’s Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental.

In catering to your unique dental situation, we provide both complete and partial dentures. Our dentures are crafted with care, ensuring a comfortable fit. With proper maintenance and timely repairs, our dentures provide long-term durability. This makes them a viable investment for treating tooth loss.

Forget the woes of tooth loss and sport a healthy, beautiful smile again. Give us a call today to learn more.

 

What Are Dentures?

Dentures are dental prosthetics consisting of artificial teeth and gums, designed to replace your missing teeth. Depending on whether you have lost all your natural teeth or a few of them, you can either get complete dentures or partial dentures. These dental solutions are custom-made to fit your jaws perfectly and match your natural teeth and gums. With time, dentures tend to loosen and chip with time. However, these issues can be fixed with efficient repairs and relining.

No matter what the extent of tooth loss, dentures are proven to be an effective solution. If you are suffering from tooth loss, you can consult us for dentures in Winnipeg.

 

Do You Need Dentures?

If you are skeptical about whether you need dentures or not, here are some signs you can consider:

  • Cracked or damaged teeth - If you have a cracked or damaged tooth, it may need to be removed. If multiple teeth are missing, it can result in excessive pressure on the remaining teeth. Getting dentures will help provide balance to the overall bite.
  • Severe toothache - Severe toothache can indicate that you have tooth decay, which means that you may need a tooth extraction. Getting a permanent denture can help you replace your extracted teeth and retain your smile.
  • Loose teeth - If you have loose teeth, it’s a sign of advanced gum disease. If it turns severe, you may need to get your tooth extracted. You can get your teeth replaced effortlessly and promptly at our clinic afterwards.
  • Chewing issues - Chewing problems can be caused by a number of reasons, such as missing teeth or gum disease. If you have been facing difficulty chewing food for a long time, it can be solved by using dentures.

The Benefits of Dentures

Using dentures after tooth loss provides effective results. Dentures can help in:

  • Filling out your face
  • Preventing a sagging, older look
  • Restoring bite force

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Freeing you from dietary restrictions on solid foods
  • Resolving speech issues

Get your dentures from Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, or Pearl Dental and give your smile, as well as your overall dental health, the much-needed care.

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Types of Dentures Available

Our dentists consider dentures to be one of the most effective ways of replacing missing teeth. We can help you select the correct type of dentures in Winnipeg based on your needs. At Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental, we provide both partial and complete dentures.

 

Partial Dentures

If you’re missing only a few teeth in either your upper or lower jaw and still have some of your natural teeth, then partial dentures may be the right choice for you. Partial dentures attach to your remaining teeth and gums, which will help improve fit and retention. They are custom-made based on the patient’s needs and are fitted to the affected gum line. You can remove them when you want to clean them and before you go to bed. They are commonly made of a solid metal framework with overlaying acrylic, all-acrylic (with or without metal components), or flexible acrylic materials. Our dentists would be happy to discuss which option would work best for you.

 

Complete Dentures

If you’re missing all your natural teeth, then complete dentures can be the right choice for you. They are also easy to remove and can be fit in by suction mode or an oral adhesive. These dentures can be both immediate and conventional. In simple words:

  • Immediate dentures are made before your teeth are removed so that you have a denture to wear directly following the tooth extraction
  • Conventional dentures are made and inserted only after the tooth extraction and healing process of your gum and jaw tissues

How To Maintain Dentures?

With the right maintenance and care, your dentures can serve you for a long time. Listed below are some denture maintenance tips:

  • Clean your partial dentures daily and be careful not to drop them
  • Clean and rinse your dentures following every meal
  • Even though your dentures are built to last long, you should avoid dropping them on hard floors to prevent breakage
  • Brush dentures with a soft-bristled tooth or denture brush, warm water, and soap or denture paste
  • Soak dentures overnight in a solution of water and cleaning tablets to help remove stains and plaque buildup
  • Rinse your dentures thoroughly in warm water before putting them back in
  • For a fresh taste, you may use mouthwash after rinsing your dentures

Our dentists in Winnipeg can guide you further on the usage and care of your partial or complete dentures.

 

 

Consult Our Dentists Today!

When you choose Integral Dental, Ellice Dental, and Pearl Dental, our dentists can help you decide the type of dentures that best suit your condition. Call us today!  We offer a wide range of general dentistry services, including routine checkups and teeth cleaning. You can also count on our dentists for oral surgery and cosmetic dentistry services.

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