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Partial Dentures in Ottawa

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Customized Partial Dentures Are Simple, Comfortable & Adaptable

Partial dentures use natural teeth for anchorage and are fully customizable to your specific requirements. Unlike Complete dentures, we use Partial dentures for patients who are only missing a few teeth. However, just like Complete dentures, Partial dentures dramatically improve your smile and restore full functionality of your bite, allowing for increased self-esteem and enjoyment of food.

During your consultation, Ottawa South Denture Clinic’s denturist will evaluate which style and type of partial denture is right for you based on condition of your mouth and an evaluation of your existing teeth.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do partial dentures last?

Partial dentures typically last longer than full dentures. One of the reasons why they last longer is because they do not undergo the same amount of pressure and stress as full dentures. Studies have shown that 75% of cast partial dentures are still being worn after 5 years and 50% lasting past 10 years. Relining partial dentures will help them last for longer, and will make for a much more comfortable experience.

Do partial dentures help me eat?

Partial dentures will help you eat, however there is a slight adjustment of habits which will have to be made. When you first get your partial dentures, there will be a short period where you get used to eating with your new dentures. If your partial dentures are replacing missing front teeth, you should avoid biting on hard food such as an apple with them. If you follow the steps provided by your denturist you will be able to enjoy most of the food you used to eat before you got your dentures.

Who is eligible for partial dentures?

Partial dentures are an option for people who have lost one or a few teeth, but still have many of their original teeth. Partial dentures a good option for those who have lost teeth due to:

  • Injury
  • Illness
  • Old age

If you have a missing tooth or missing teeth that you would like replaced, partial dentures could be a great option for you. Contact us today. Our expert denturists can help determine if partial dentures are the right choice for you.

Will my partial dentures match the colour of my remaining natural teeth?

Yes they will! The denturists at Ottawa South Dentures are highly skilled and know how important it is for your partial denture to look as natural as possible. They are trained in the art of colour and shade matching. They also have technologically advanced tools which assist the denturists with shade selection, meaning your new teeth will be a perfect match to the rest of your remaining natural teeth. If you have missing teeth and would like to get partial dentures, contact us today. We can discuss the options with you.

Should I remove my partial dentures at night?

The answer to this question depends on a few factors. The rule of thumb is to always follow the advice of your denturist or dentist. They know the particulars of your individual case and will always have the best advice, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach. In some cases, denturists will recommend that you keep your partial dentures on at night so that your gums can get accustomed to the partial denture. Afterwards it is generally recommended to remove your partial dentures at night to promote oral hygiene and allow your gums to relax from the pressure of the denture during the day. If you have a missing tooth or teeth, contact us today, we can help determine if its the best option for you.

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Benefits of Partial Dentures

One of the advantages of Partial dentures is they prevent your existing teeth from shifting or drifting into the space left by missing teeth, and replace all of the missing teeth with one elegant solution. The denture fits snuggly into place, offering a solid base for your existing teeth to lie against.

Below are some of the benefits of Partial dentures:

  • Easy to get used to
  • Less invasive and cheaper procedure than crowns or bridges
  • Easily adaptable if additional teeth are required later
  • Make chewing easier
  • Can improve ability to speak
  • Protect remaining teeth by distributing occlusal loads more evenly
  • Can be used in conjunction with Dental Implants or Precision attachments/li>

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do partial dentures last?

Partial dentures typically last longer than full dentures. One of the reasons why they last longer is because they do not undergo the same amount of pressure and stress as full dentures. Studies have shown that 75% of cast partial dentures are still being worn after 5 years and 50% lasting past 10 years. Relining partial dentures will help them last for longer, and will make for a much more comfortable experience.

Do partial dentures help me eat?

Partial dentures will help you eat, however there is a slight adjustment of habits which will have to be made. When you first get your partial dentures, there will be a short period where you get used to eating with your new dentures. If your partial dentures are replacing missing front teeth, you should avoid biting on hard food such as an apple with them. If you follow the steps provided by your denturist you will be able to enjoy most of the food you used to eat before you got your dentures.

Who is eligible for partial dentures?

Partial dentures are an option for people who have lost one or a few teeth, but still have many of their original teeth. Partial dentures a good option for those who have lost teeth due to:

  • Injury
  • Illness
  • Old age

If you have a missing tooth or missing teeth that you would like replaced, partial dentures could be a great option for you. Contact us today. Our expert denturists can help determine if partial dentures are the right choice for you.

Will my partial dentures match the colour of my remaining natural teeth?

Yes they will! The denturists at Ottawa South Dentures are highly skilled and know how important it is for your partial denture to look as natural as possible. They are trained in the art of colour and shade matching. They also have technologically advanced tools which assist the denturists with shade selection, meaning your new teeth will be a perfect match to the rest of your remaining natural teeth. If you have missing teeth and would like to get partial dentures, contact us today. We can discuss the options with you.

Should I remove my partial dentures at night?

The answer to this question depends on a few factors. The rule of thumb is to always follow the advice of your denturist or dentist. They know the particulars of your individual case and will always have the best advice, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach. In some cases, denturists will recommend that you keep your partial dentures on at night so that your gums can get accustomed to the partial denture. Afterwards it is generally recommended to remove your partial dentures at night to promote oral hygiene and allow your gums to relax from the pressure of the denture during the day. If you have a missing tooth or teeth, contact us today, we can help determine if its the best option for you.

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Are Partial Dentures Right for Me? What Are the Alternatives?

When it comes to missing teeth, Partial dentures are quite often the recommended options for best results. There are several factors to be considered, however. Your overall oral health, physical health, age and lifestyle will come into consideration. Budget is another factor as Partial dentures are cost effective option for missing teeth. We want to be your partner for dental health and dentures in Ottawa.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do partial dentures last?

Partial dentures typically last longer than full dentures. One of the reasons why they last longer is because they do not undergo the same amount of pressure and stress as full dentures. Studies have shown that 75% of cast partial dentures are still being worn after 5 years and 50% lasting past 10 years. Relining partial dentures will help them last for longer, and will make for a much more comfortable experience.

Do partial dentures help me eat?

Partial dentures will help you eat, however there is a slight adjustment of habits which will have to be made. When you first get your partial dentures, there will be a short period where you get used to eating with your new dentures. If your partial dentures are replacing missing front teeth, you should avoid biting on hard food such as an apple with them. If you follow the steps provided by your denturist you will be able to enjoy most of the food you used to eat before you got your dentures.

Who is eligible for partial dentures?

Partial dentures are an option for people who have lost one or a few teeth, but still have many of their original teeth. Partial dentures a good option for those who have lost teeth due to:

  • Injury
  • Illness
  • Old age

If you have a missing tooth or missing teeth that you would like replaced, partial dentures could be a great option for you. Contact us today. Our expert denturists can help determine if partial dentures are the right choice for you.

Will my partial dentures match the colour of my remaining natural teeth?

Yes they will! The denturists at Ottawa South Dentures are highly skilled and know how important it is for your partial denture to look as natural as possible. They are trained in the art of colour and shade matching. They also have technologically advanced tools which assist the denturists with shade selection, meaning your new teeth will be a perfect match to the rest of your remaining natural teeth. If you have missing teeth and would like to get partial dentures, contact us today. We can discuss the options with you.

Should I remove my partial dentures at night?

The answer to this question depends on a few factors. The rule of thumb is to always follow the advice of your denturist or dentist. They know the particulars of your individual case and will always have the best advice, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach. In some cases, denturists will recommend that you keep your partial dentures on at night so that your gums can get accustomed to the partial denture. Afterwards it is generally recommended to remove your partial dentures at night to promote oral hygiene and allow your gums to relax from the pressure of the denture during the day. If you have a missing tooth or teeth, contact us today, we can help determine if its the best option for you.

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