3075 Hospital Gate, Unit 300
Oakville, ON L6M 1M1
(905) 901-5561

Dental Dentures
in Oakville

Are you missing teeth? If so, don’t fret! We proudly offer both full and partial dentures to replace your missing teeth and give you back a fully functioning, complete smile. Our experienced team will work one-on-one with you to design a personalized treatment plan that fits your smile needs and budget. Please get in touch with our office to book your denture consultation!

Traditional Dentures

Older people with dentures

Whether you’re missing most or all of your teeth, we can create custom-fitted full or partial dentures to fill in the gaps in your smile. Our traditional dentures are made to fit snugly on the gumline with the help of an extra-strength denture adhesive. With advancements in the dental field, traditional dentures are leaps and bounds more comfortable and reliable than dentures of the past.

Implant-Supported Dentures

If you currently have ill-fitting, uncomfortable dentures that slip and slide, we can stabilize them using four to eight dental implants. Implants are small titanium posts that we place into your jawbone. They create a stable foundation for your denture and you simply snap it onto your implants to keep it in place all day.

implant dentures

Frequently asked questions about dentures.

How much do dentures cost?

The cost of dentures depends on which type you need for your tooth replacement needs and a variety of other factors. At your consultation, our team will provide you with a detailed cost breakdown and go over our flexible financing options.

How long do dentures last?

The longevity of your dentures depends on a myriad of variables. These include the type of dentures you have, the health of your jawbone, how you care for your dentures, and more. To increase the life of your dentures, make sure that you attend biannual checkups to assess your jawbone density, clean your dentures daily, and upkeep your oral hygiene regimen.

How to care for dentures?

To care for your dentures, you should remove and soak them shortly after eating and thoroughly clean your mouth after removing them. You should also brush your dentures at least once a day and let them soak overnight. After you receive your dentures, we’ll provide you with extensive denture maintenance instructions to ensure that you have all of the information you need to properly care for them and keep them in tip-top shape.

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