Dental Clinic Brampton

DENTISTRY ON DUSK (Chinguacousy Rd. / Dusk Dr.)
55 Dusk Drive, Unit #2
Brampton ON
L6Y 5Z6

Phone: 905-453-7777

Clinic Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM–2:30 PM
Sunday: Closed

    Dentures are primarily classified into two categories – complete and partial types. Below is a brief summary of each type. Read on to know more about them, courtesy of Dentistry on Dusk, Brampton’s top dentistry clinic.

    Complete Dentistry

    Complete dentures are for those individuals who have lost all of their natural teeth. It is possible to have a full denture on either the upper or lower jaws, or also both at the same time for complete edentulous patients. These kinds of dentures are also commonly referred to as ‘conventional’ or ‘immediate’ dentures, depending on the time when they are inserted into the mouth. Dentures that are inserted immediately after the removal of teeth are called immediate dentures. Measurements are taken by our dental experts here at Dentistry on Dusk, in Brampton, during your preliminary visits to make it possible to place dentures as soon as teeth are extracted. The advantage of such dentures is that patients do not have to stay without teeth and can resume a normal life instantaneously after tooth removal. However, immediate dentures may require future adjustments like rebasing or relining, due to the fact that gums and bones generally shrink during the healing period. This healing process can take up to six months to occur.

    Conventional dentures on the other hand can be made after the healing process has for the most part progressed enough to take accurate duplications of the healing gums and surrounding tissues. This normally occurs six to eight weeks after extraction treatment.

    Partial Dentistry

    Partial dentures help fill the spaces created by missing teeth and prevent other adjoining/opposing teeth from altering their position. These are suitable for individuals who still have some healthy natural teeth remaining. Partial dentures are an ideal solution for those who have missing teeth at different places in the jaw. Removable partial dentures consist of artificial teeth that are attached to pink or gum-coloured plastic bases, supported by either a plastic or metal framework, imparting a natural appearance. These are attached to your natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called precision attachments.

    The Benefits of Using Dentures Provided by Brampton’s Top Dentistry Clinic:

    They Improve Your Smile as well as Your Look

    Undoubtedly your missing teeth dampen your beautiful smile. If you are feeling conscious to open your mouth in front of others, then these dentures may be helpful for you. These false teeth can mimic the look of your original teeth and let you smile confidently without being afraid of what others may think. Moreover, these dentures can lessen sagging in the face and make you look younger and more attractive.

    They Perfectly Fit Your Mouth

    A leading family dentist in Brampton can design dentures for you so that you get the perfect fit. This signifies that you may talk or eat comfortably without any discomfort. They may take a mould of the mouth and design a replica of the original teeth. Even if the jawbone changes later, these dentists also can make new dentures that are meant for you only.

    They Are Easy to Maintain

    As these dentures are easily removable, you may follow a thorough dental hygiene routine easily. All you need is to use a soft-bristle toothbrush and a premium denture cleaner in order to clean them and remove bacteria or plaque that may cause gum ailments.

    They May Reduce the Risk of Further Dental Health Problems

    Even though only one tooth is missing at present, it may enhance the risk for dental health problems in the future such as gum ailments, teeth damage, etc. By restoring the overall function of the original teeth with help of dentures you can lessen the chance of occurrence of these issues.

    To know more about dentures or to talk to our family or kids’ dentist in Brampton, call us TODAY at 905-453-7777