What is a Denturist?

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How long does a denture last?

Although everyone has different denture needs, on average, a denture lasts approximately 7-10 years.


How long before I require a reline or rebase?

People usually require a reline after 2-3 years due to the gradual bone loss along the supportive ridges of your jaw. The changes occur slowly and are therefore not obvious.


Why do we need dentures?

To provide a chewing surface, restore facial support naturally provided by the teeth (reducing wrinkle lines), improve speaking, eliminate unnecessary strain on the TMJ, to keep natural teeth from drifting into open spaces where teeth are missing and lastly, to improve your smile and confidence.


How do I clean my dentures?

It is best to rinse the denture and your mouth with water after meals to stop food from migrating under the denture and causing soreness. See your professional for ultrasonic cleaning. We carry Renew, an extra strength cleaner available through Denturists only.


How long will it take to obtain my denture?

On average dentures require 5 appointments and 2-3 weeks to make.

 


Are Implants for me?

This can be determined by your dentist in conjunction with your denturist. Implants can increase your chewing efficiency by 60% and help reduce bone loss along your ridge. They are easy to maintain and having them placed by your Dentist is a simple procedure.


What makes Royal Jubilee Denture Clinic different?

Experience the difference that details make. We are a service oriented business that guarantees your satisfaction and the perfect fit. Our clinic is designed to promote calm, peace and comfort from the minute you walk in. And, we will ensure your comfort throughout your entire experience with us. We have a state of the art clinic with the most modern equipment available. In addition to producing standard dentures we specialize in Precision dentures which inevitably have fewer adjustments and create a superior product of higher quality.