At Ottawa South Denture Clinic we offer a wide range of high quality denture and implant options, each customised in our fully equipped on site lab. Our Denturist, Yevgeniy Sorokatyy works directly with you, to provide you with the best customer care and experience in helping you achieve your most natural look.
We are conveniently located at 2210 Prince of Wales Dr., just South of Hunt Club Rd. with easy access from Nepean, Barrhaven, Manotic, Bank Street South, South Keys and surrounding areas. By bus, routes # 116, 157, 176, 199.
Our facility has plenty of free parking and is wheel chair accessible.
We are pleased offer the following services:
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For the average patient, standard dentures fit comfortably and will provide proper function. They are designed using basic tooth shades, shapes and standard quality materials.
Some denture patients with oral tissues that have resorbed, who have an unusual bite, or may need a personalized denture that utilizes premium materials will benefit from precision dentures. Premium personalized dentures combine comfort, fit, esthetics, and function to create the most natural smile and provide optimum function.
Your Denturist will use specialized techniques to record the tissues of your mouth, the specific jaw movements you make, and all of the anatomical information that might affect the fit and function of your new dentures. This is confirmed during a try-in session. Your Denturist will work with you to try to restore the natural contour of your lips and facial muscles to give you a natural smile!
Immediate, or transitional dentures are often required to restore esthetics and function immediately after teeth are extracted. Immediate dentures may replace one tooth or full arch, depending on the individual case, this allows the patient not to have to be in the predicament of being without teeth.
The procedure involves taking impressions of your natural teeth while they are still present, this allows Denturist to create a denture that is modeled from your natural teeth, as well as make any necessary modification according to patient’s needs or requests. The immediate denture is inserted in the mouth right after extractions are performed by the dentist. The advantage of this technique is that the patient avoids having to live without teeth while healing process takes place.
Since your Denturist is unable to try the denture in your mouth for fit prior to extracting your teeth certain esthetic compromises may be necessary. This usually does not present any significant problems, and the results are normally quite good. But please note: It is very important that you carefully follow the postoperative instructions of your Denturist or Oral Surgeon.
Denture adjustments will be required as healing occurs. As oral tissues will heal and change, we recommend you come in for a follow-up appointment to check on the fit, make necessary adjustments and to make sure that there are no signs of infection present in the mouth following the extractions. A temporary liner, or tissue conditioner may be placed in the denture during the next few months, this is due to the bone resorption, which may cause the denture to become loose. The rate of bone resorption will decrease with time — it is a natural occurrence, and is to be expected. After the healing process is complete, either a new permanent full denture will be fabricated, or your denture will require to be relined or rebased to restore proper fit.
They are customized to a patient’s specific requirements. Removable partial dentures are usually made to replace one or more teeth. Removable partial dentures restore a person’s natural appearance and greatly improve the ability to chew.
The number of remaining teeth as well as position and stability of the adjacent teeth are some of the factors that determine the style or type of partial denture that will be best suited for you.
Your self-confidence and quality of life can be affected severely when some of your teeth are missing. Often a good solution to missing teeth are partial dentures. They do not harm the remaining natural teeth and may prevent natural teeth from shifting or drifting into the space left by the loss of a tooth. Partial dentures help maintain the position of your natural teeth by providing additional support, improved function and esthetics.
The preferred method for a single tooth replacement or full mouth restoration is dental implants. Dental implants are substitutes for teeth that form a stable foundation for permanent replacement of missing teeth, it can also provide stability and retention for complete and partial dentures.
Acting as a support for full and partial dentures, the implants integrate with bone to function as an anchor for your prosthesis. Dental implants can also help to preserve the bone, and provide stimulation that was previously provided by the natural tooth. This method also helps to maintain your facial structure integrity.
Dental implants is the closest possible replacement for natural teeth and the best way to restore your smile. The cost of implants has become very affordable. Ask us about dental implants, and how they might be the right solution for you.
With a 98% success rate and long clinical history, dental implants have proven themselves as the number one restorative treatment option. For a more stable and natural feel, in comparison to most types of dentures, implant retained dentures would be your answer. Dental implants can be used to replace single or many missing teeth, including full mouth restorations. Many patients who have chosen implant-supported dentures report that they are happy and comfortable for the first time.
With dental implants your mouth is restored to a natural state that allows superior long-term esthetics, enhancing the beauty of your natural smile and quality of your life.
Mouth guards should be the number one priority when it comes to sports equipment. They not only protect the teeth, but the lips, cheeks and tongue as well. Don’t forget that Denturist can provide you with a custom fitted, comfortable mouth guard that will protect your teeth, and will not hinder your athletic abilities.
Wear a mouth guard whenever you are involved in an activity with the risk of falls or contact with other players or equipment. We generally consider football and hockey as the most dangerous sports for teeth, but nearly half of sports-related mouth injuries occur in basketball, soccer and baseball. Don’t forget importance of proper protective gear for martial arts, skiing, snowboarding or any other extreme sport.
Dentures do not always need to be replaced if they are broken, worn or ill-fitting. Often, properly performed repairs, rebase or reline may restore the appearance and fit of your existing dentures without you having to spend money on the new appliance.
When the denture teeth have not worn out to the same degree as the denture base material, rebasing is usually done. The process of retrofitting dentures is done by replacing the acrylic denture base with new acrylic. This process provides a stable denture without replacing the denture teeth.
Relining consists of adding new base material to the tissue side of a denture so that it fits properly. An impression will be taken of the inside of your existing denture ensuring that it properly forms to the tissue of your mouth. Relining affects only the fit of your denture. It does not change their appearance. These procedures are required when tissue changes occur due to:
In most cases, Denturist will be able to repair an existing broken or cracked denture to its original state. Repairs may also be required when breakage or chipping of the denture teeth occurs, when one or more teeth need to be added to an existing denture (due to tooth extraction) or because of normal wear. Most repairs can easily be completed in one day.
Updating both medical and dental history is an important step toward quality denture treatment. Your mouth experiences considerable changes over time such as tissue shrinkage and loss of underlying bone (resorption) on which your dentures rest. As your dentures do not change, they may no longer fit as they once did. Timely made recall appointment may help you to avoid the hassle of dealing with loose, or poorly functioning dentures that may affect your speech and appearance.
Having annual oral exams may also prevent or assist in the detection of oral cancer or other abnormal conditions.
We will check for cracks, chips, scratches and worn or loose teeth.
As proven technology, soft liners have been offered to patients for over twenty years. Over that time, the materials and technology have steadily improved. Permanent soft liners provide comfort and relief for individuals with:
Teeth whitening, a simple and effective process that lightens discoloration of enamel and dentin of your natural teeth. The system includes a peroxide-based gel retained in a custom-fitted appliance; this appliance is worn over your teeth and can be used during the day or while you sleep.
Most common causes of tooth discoloration are aging, staining substances (coffee, tea, colas and tobacco), trauma, tetracycline (antibiotic) staining, excessive fluoride and nerve degeneration. For intrinsic staining such as tetracycline staining or nerve degeneration different treatment may be required.
Teeth will always be lighter than they were. Some patients may need periodic re-whitening for one or two nights, every four to six months.
Also known as Mandibular Advancement Devises or MADs, anti-snoring appliances are custom made appliances that may help those patients suffering from sleep apnea. By advancing your lower jaw forward MADs increase air flow through air ways during sleep, providing patients with more restful quality sleep with comfort and absence of side effects.
Ottawa South Denture clinic is locally owned and operated by Denturist, Yevgeniy Sorokatyy.
Yevgeniy graduated from the George Brown College School of Denturism in 2009 with the distinction of making the Dean's honor list 3 years in a row and the recipient of the Academic Merit Award. He is an active member of both the College of Denturist of Ontario and the Ontario Denturist Association.
Upon graduation, Yevgeniy moved back to Ottawa and immediately began practising at the Brittany Dental and Denture Centre, which later moved to Rockcliffe Dental and Denture Centre. His many years of experience there gave him the knowledge and inspiration to open his own clinic, Ottawa South Denture Clinic located in the south of Canada's capital region.
Yevgeniy is highly motivated and dedicated to his continuous education, he routinely attends courses and seminars to upgrade his skills. He strives to provide his client's with the best care that involves the latest techniques and materials. His greatest compliment is the satisfaction of every client that leaves his practice with a smile on their face.
Call or email to book your complimentary consultation, we look forward to meeting you!