We provide the most oral surgery services right in our office. Services include tooth extractions, gingival sculpting, periodontal treatment, wisdom tooth removal, biopsies, and more.
Our main priority during any surgery is patient comfort and care!
Complete dentures are for patients who are missing all of their teeth on either their upper or lower arch (or both). Complete dentures typically consist of a pink (gum-coloured) resin base and natural looking teeth. We can design your dentures to any desired shade, and we will ensure that the shape works well with your bite. The days of blocky false teeth are over! Complete dentures are more attractive and comfortable than ever before.
Removable Partial Dentures
Partial dentures are for patients who still have some of their natural teeth. We will design partial dentures, made out of metal and resin, to match and compliment your natural teeth.
Do your current dentures fit poorly or fall out when you talk or eat? Your bone structure changes over time and dentures can loosen their grip. When you lose teeth, your jawbone can begin to reabsorb. Teeth act like anchors to help maintain your bone levels. Without them, your jawbone can deteriorate.
When you have dentures, they eventually become less secure due to your changing bone structure. We can realign them to a degree and help with the fit; however, eventually, a replacement is necessary.
Our dentists can look at your current dentures and determine the best course of action to restore their fit and function.
If you have dentures, we suggest only using cleaners made for dentures. Different chemicals can damage the resin used to create your smile! When you clean your dentures, let us know if there is any damage and if you need a repair.
Dental exams are still imperative for patients with dentures! During your exam, we will look at your dentures for any damage as well as perform an oral cancer screening. Your dentist is your best defence against oral cancer (we can detect early cancerous cells!)
We will also check the health of your gums and look for any suspicious cysts or sore spots that require treatment.