Partial Dentures Tauranga
Feel the confidence that a set of complete teeth can give you and
smile brighter than ever! Easy, affordable partial dentures can
complete your natural smile and give you your confidence back!
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A partial denture is a comfortable plate that sits in your mouth with one, two or more false teeth attached to it and fills the gaps in your natural smile when you wear it. The partial denture teeth on this plate are moulded and designed to fit your real smile and blend in so that no one knows you are wearing partial dentures at all! A gap in your smile does not have to prevent you from smiling anymore, with the option of partial dentures to complete a full set of bright teeth, ready to be seen!
"The Dentures Tauranga Partial Dentures Process"
For partial dentures, it takes 4-5 appointments over 3-4 weeks to manufacture new partial dentures to replace the gaps in your natural teeth. In the case of partial dentures, we do not pre-book aftercare appointments but are happy to see patients when they need an aftercare appointment; patients ring us when they need an aftercare appointment.
You get a free consultation with our experienced West-Auckland Dental Technician, Michael van Vliet. During this consultation, your options for partial dentures are discussed, pricing is quoted, expectations, limitations and the procedure and its steps are explained to you.
Partial dentures require a certificate of oral health from a dentist, and their exam fees apply. This is to ensure that the remaining natural teeth are able to carry the load of the partial dentures. Bring this certificate from your dentist with you when you start the partial denture treatment process.
When you choose to go ahead with partial dentures, it takes approximately 4-5 appointments over 3-4 weeks to manufacture new partial dentures.
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Frequently Asked Questions
You’ve probably got questions so we thought we would answer a few common questions posed by our customers.
Yes, we can add more teeth to acrylic and sometimes metal partial dentures if you lose more of your natural teeth. Lead times vary depending on what work needs to be completed.
Partial Dentures wearing on natural teeth can be expected to last 6-7 years. Depending on how well you look after your dentures, they can stay in great condition for several years. With natural wear and tear, loss of more natural teeth, shrinking bones, face shape changes and other factors, dentures may need to be replaced to suit and keep doing their job correctly.
Yes. For first time denture-wearers, there may be a period of getting used to your new teeth, and that could mean some eating habits change or what hard foods you are able to bite straight into.
You may feel some discomfort as you get used to wearing your new partial dentures, but there should not be any severe pain. If you feel like something is not right, ring and book an adjustment appointment with your denture technician.
Yes. Dentures are not natural teeth and will take some getting used to. It is possible you may need to adapt your eating habits to suit your new teeth, so expect some frustration as you find your new habits to accommodate your beautiful new smile.
Always follow the specific instructions your dentist and Michael, your Dental Technician, gives you to take care of your set of dentures, but generally, the following rules apply:
- Brush your dentures daily with proper denture cleaners like polident. Always wash your hands before handling your dentures to avoid infections.
- Be gentle with your dentures, even when cleaning them, to avoid breaking them. When cleaning, ensure you clean them over a sink filled with water so that if you accidentally drop them, they will land in the water and not in the sink or floor; this reduces the chance of breaking your dentures.
- Keep them stored in a container that you use only for your dentures.
If you ever have any concerns about your partial dentures, get in touch with Michael today.