Get answers to some of the most commonly asked questions. If you have any question relating to dentures, please call either our Hallam clinic on (03) 9796 5431 or our Rosebud clinic on (03) 5981 2255. One of our friendly staff will be able to help you.

Can dental plates be adjusted?

Answer:

Depending on the damage, it is usually possible to adjust or fix dentures quickly and easily. Dentures 4 You can also offer same-day emergency dentures and repairs when necessary.

Who makes my dentures? A dentist, or a dental prosthetist?

Answer:

A dental prosthetist is the best choice when it comes to broken teeth repair and dentures. They are specialists in the fit and construction of false teeth, and will work with you through all stages of the process to ensure the best fit and look possible.

How often should dentures be replaced?

Answer:

A new set of dentures is recommended every 5-7 years because of changes that can occur with the shape of your mouth and jaw. It is important to remember to receive regular bi-annual check-ups to detect any potential problems before they become serious.

Do you offer emergency dentures?

Answer:

Our team of dental technicians and dental prosthetists can attend to emergency denture repairs and relines as required and often within 24 hours.

What are the benefits of dental implants versus dentures?

Answer:

Dental implants, unlike dentures, are a permanent means of broken teeth repair. If you are a suitable candidate, they can help prevent the deterioration of the jaw bone often caused by dentures. They also offer more functionality, permitting you to enjoy all the foods you love.

Why should I choose Dentures 4 You Clinic for my broken teeth repair?

Answer:

The professional staff at Dentures 4 you are very experienced and committed to keeping up with the latest techniques as well as high quality craftsmanship and personalised care for every patient.

What is involved in a dental implant procedure?

Answer:

First you will receive a thorough evaluation and assessment to help you decide your best plan of action.

The implants are inserted into the gums while the patient is comfortably sedated.

A healing period of 3-6 months is often needed to ensure a secure base for your implants.

Your new teeth are attached to your implants!

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