Dentures Services Available in the Adelaide Region
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If you need new dentures, come to Designer Dentures for quick service and caring interactions. Our family-run practice provides same-day repairs and even same-week acrylic dentures. Our dental prosthetists will work with you to provide you with the treatment that is best for you.
When to Make an Appointment
When you come to us, you will consult directly with a dental prosthetist. That means that you will actually talk to the person who will be manufacturing your new dentures. Because we manufacture the dentures ourselves, in most cases, our clients have a new set of dentures within 1–2 weeks and will generally need only three appointments.
Even if you already have dentures, you may want to schedule an appointment. Regular maintenance can save you money. Your dentures are an investment that can last for years, and maintaining them properly can ensure your oral health. Regular exams will help identify potential problems before they become an issue.
You should schedule an appointment in these situations:
- You need new dentures
- Your dentures are more than two years old
- Your dentures show excessive wear
- Your dentures don't fit well
- Your dentures are uncomfortable
- You feel that your facial features lack sufficient support
- You can't eat or chew properly
Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation at our office serving the Adelaide region, or scroll down to learn more about the services we offer.
Have you cracked, broken or lost a tooth, or broken a clasp on your dentures?
Implant Retained Dentures in Glenelg
Loose dentures can be remedied with the addition of implant anchors positioned by a Dental Surgeon.
When extraction of some or all of your teeth becomes unavoidable, an immediate denture is your best solution.
Assessment of a patient requiring a partial denture may vary according to the age of the patient, the patient's attitude, habits and expectations.
Metal or cobalt chrome alloy dentures have superior physical properties and generally occupy less space in the mouth than acrylic dentures.