Denture Treatment in Toronto

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What is a denture?

A denture is a removable and artificial replacement for missing teeth, surrounding tissues, and gums. Overall, two types of denture treatments are available -complete and partial. If an accident, illness, or poor oral health care has left you with only a few healthy teeth or none at all, your dentist might suggest it to replace your missing teeth. Regardless, you will need complete dentures when you have lost all your teeth.

By comparison, partial dentures are useful when you still have some natural teeth. However, for any type, your dentist makes a model of your teeth by taking impressions. In detail, our dentist uses the models to custom-make your dentures, including Denture Treatment in Toronto, to ensure that you will regain your chewing function and that they are comfortable. Also, they help you chew and speak better. Furthermore, they improve your appearance and smile. Occasionally, you may have heard people refer to them as fake teeth, false teeth, or artificial teeth. Dentists who specialize in teeth replacement are prosthodontists.

Dental Land offers both full and partial dentures. Furthermore, in order to ascertain whether they are the best option for you, we encourage you to arrange a consultation if you are lacking teeth.

What are the different types of dentures?

Depending on the amount of teeth lost, our dentist suggests the following types of dentures as the best option:

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Partial Dentures

In fact, this type can replace one or more lost teeth. Here, dental professionals attach them to the natural teeth or, on occasion, to titanium screws on dental implants. Additionally, a removable partial denture or a bridge can replace missing teeth. The false teeth are attached to a plastic base that is either pink or gum-coloured and occasionally secured in place with a metal frame. You require a partial denture if you still have at least one natural tooth in your upper or lower jaw.

Fixed Partial Dentures

Fixed partial dentures, often known as dental bridges, are secured to neighbouring teeth over a long period of time. In any case, only a dental expert can take out a set of partial dentures or bridges. In more detail, a fixed partial bridge replaces one or more teeth by putting crowns on the teeth on both sides of the gap and connecting dentures to them. Then our dentist puts this “bridge” in place with cement. Our dentist fills the spaces left by lost teeth with a partial denture. It also keeps other teeth from moving around. Instead of internal attachments, clasps are connected to the crowns of the teeth next to each other. Without a doubt, this is an appliance that looks more realistic.

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Complete Dentures

They rest on the gums. Additionally, they replace a full row of teeth on the upper gums, lower gums, or both. To clarify, complete ones can be either “immediate” or “traditional.” A traditional one (which is made after the removal of the teeth and the beginning of the healing of gum tissue) is ready to be placed in the mouth about 8-12 weeks after the removal of teeth.

Unlike conventional ones, our dentist can position the immediate ones as soon as the teeth are extracted because they are made in advance. So, the wearer does not need to wait without teeth during the healing period. But gums and bones shrink over time following tooth removal, especially during healing. So a disadvantage of immediate ones is that they need more adjustments than conventional ones to fit properly during the healing process. Generally, they should only be considered a temporary solution until traditional ones can be made.

Dental Land Denture Treatment in Toronto

We integrate new ideas in dentistry with our expertise, utilizing modern, high-quality materials and our passion for our craft. As a result, you receive precise dentures that fit comfortably and provide you with a smile you’ll cherish. Contact us to learn more and schedule an appointment, including for Denture Treatment in Toronto.


Your prosthodontist or dentist will advise you on how frequently to visit, but if you have them, once every six months should be the standard. People should visit the dentist regularly to ensure their teeth fit right, check for signs of oral diseases like cancer, and get a skilled dental cleaning.

Even with complete dentures, it is essential to brush your palate, tongue, and gum with a soft-bristled brush before putting the dentures in every morning. Furthermore, this boosts circulation and removes plaque in the mouth. Altogether, pay attention to cleaning teeth that are under the denture’s metal clasps. Subsequently, if plaque gets trapped under the clasps, it will raise the risk of tooth decay. Moreover, remove your partial denture before brushing your natural teeth.

However, keep massaging, resting, and cleaning your gums regularly. Daily mouthwash with salt water aids in gum cleaning. Consume a well-balanced diet to ensure optimal nutrition and dental health.

Over time, as the gums, jawbones, and face naturally change with age, dentures may need to be manufactured, rebased, or relined. This is also the case if the denture gets loose. A prosthodontist or dentist will either refit the base, create a new base, or reuse the old teeth while rebasing or relining a denture. Five to seven years should pass between full denture wear and replacement.

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