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Full & Partial Dentures

Our slimline, well-fitting dentures are designed to look just like natural teeth.

  • Dentures in Mount Lawley

    Whether you're only missing a few teeth or you want to replace all of your teeth, dentures could be a convenient and affordable tooth replacement option for you. In the past, dentures have carried a stigma of being bulky and loose-fitting, however today’s dentures are modern, slimline and can be carefully designed to be natural looking and well-fitting.

    If you want to know more about dentures and other treatments to replace missing teeth, our experienced dentists in Mount Lawley can recommend the best options for you. Call (08) 9227 8777 or book an appointment online.

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    Dentures in Mount Lawley
  • Advantages of Dentures

    High-quality and well-fitting teeth dentures designed by an experienced dental technician or Prosthetist can be a suitable treatment option for replacing your missing teeth.

    Consider the pros and cons below, to help you make a better-informed decision about permanent or temporary dentures.

    • Cost less than dental implant treatment
    • Cost less to maintain and repair over time
    • Tooth Dentures don’t involve surgery
    • Partial dentures don’t involve altering remaining teeth as a dental bridge does
    • Takes less time to heal
    • Easy to clean
    Advantages of Dentures
  • Disadvantages of dentures

    Here are some of the disadvantages of wearing teeth dentures:

    • Can come loose
    • Can rub on gums causing discomfort
    • Can affect your speech
    • Can be difficult to tolerate
    • Upper dentures cover the palate which limits your ability to taste food
    • Require you to avoid certain foods to avoid damage and dislodging
    • Can cause bone loss or shrinkage
    • Can cause gums to recede
    • Causes premature ageing and hollowed cheek appearance
    • Require special cleaning products and daily maintenance
    • Need to be removed before bed every night
    • Won’t last as long as implants can
    • Won’t look, feel or function as naturally as implants will
    Disadvantages of dentures
  • Implant-supported dentures

    Dental implants provide better support for full denture wearers and are often the preferred treatment option, especially for lower dentures because they can dislodge easily. There are many advantages to choosing implant-supported dentures over suction dentures, including:

    • Increase stability
    • Increase comfort and retention of the tooth denture
    • Provide stronger biting forces
    • Help prevent jaw bone loss
    • Allow for a wider variety of nutritional foods (and better digestion)
    • Won’t rub like removable dentures
    • Improve speech ability
    Implant-supported dentures
  • Types of dentures

    Modern dentures can replace any number of missing teeth.

    They may be attached to the mouth by suction, by clasps attached to remaining teeth or secured by dental implants in your jaw. We offer:

    • Full dentures to replace all the teeth in upper or lower jaw or both jaws
    • Partial dentures to replace several teeth, supported by the teeth on both sides
    • Implant-retained dentures (full or partial) supported by dental implants
    Types of dentures
  • Replacing missing teeth

    If you chose to replace missing or damaged teeth with dentures, our dentists will take impressions of your mouth to design your replacement teeth.

    You'll attend a fit appointment when your dentures are ready so we can check that they look and fit well and make any necessary adjustments.

    If you need to have teeth removed before getting dentures, your gums should be allowed to heal before dentures are fitted, or they could feel loose or tight when the swelling in your mouth reduces.

    We will place temporary dentures and make periodic adjustments so you can still eat normally while your gums heal, though we'll advise you about which foods to avoid.

    Replacing missing teeth
  • Recovery and aftercare

    Wearing dentures is a big change, especially full dentures, and it may take a few weeks or even months before you get used to them.

    Even well-fitting dentures may rub and feel sore for a time, but if you experience more severe pain, swelling or bleeding, please contact our dentists for a check-up and so we can make adjustments.

    Teeth dentures should be cleaned daily using denture cleaning solution and water and it's important to maintain good oral hygiene to keep gums and any remaining teeth healthy.

    During your regular check-ups, our dentists check your dentures and make any adjustments or repairs as needed.

    Recovery and aftercare
  • Book an appointment for dentures in Mount Lawley

    To find out whether temporary or permanent dentures are right for you, call our team on (08) 9227 8777 or book online to schedule an appointment at Mount Lawley Dental.

    Our Head dentist, Dr Dave Norcross consults for and provides implant-supported dentures at our dedicated implant clinic, Perth Dental Implant Centre. Learn about implant-supported dentures and their many benefits!

    Learn about implant-retained dentures
    Book an appointment for dentures in Mount Lawley

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Frequently asked questions

The cost of modern dentures in Perth varies depending on the type of dentures you choose and the number of remaining teeth to be removed.

Costs can range between $1800 and $4000 approximately, depending on the quality of the dentures and the experience of the dental technician or prosthetist making them.

Dentures can be made from a range of materials, the most common being high impact acrylic. The quality of acrylic you choose will affect how much your dentures cost, what type of care they need and how long they're expected to last.

Fitting dentures doesn't normally involve oral surgery, unless you're having a complex tooth extraction. If you're having teeth extracted, we offer a range of sedation options and can provide immediate dentures or temporary dentures to wear while your gums are healing.

If you're not sure whether dentures are the right choice for you, our Mount Lawley dentists can also offer dental implants or a dental bridge to help replace missing teeth and restore thefunction and aesthetic appearance of your smile.

We recommend keeping track of some foods to avoid while wearing dentures, these include:

  • Popcorn
  • Carrot sticks
  • Apples
  • Corn on the cob
  • Nuts
  • Hard, chewy or sticky confectionery
  • Coffee
  • Steak and tough meats

Basically anything hard, sticky, likely to stain or foods with small pieces. If a denture-wearers diet isn’t for you, perhaps consider a more permanent teeth replacement solution like dental implants.

Contact Mount Lawley Dental on (08) 9227 8777 or book online for a consultation today.

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