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Dentures in Brantford

Choosing the right dentures is a step towards a better quality of life, especially when you are looking to replace multiple missing teeth. We are dedicated to providing affordable, durable solutions tailored to meet your needs. Let’s explore how we can assist you on your journey to the smile you’ve always wanted.

Our In-House Denturist

When you visit our office, you will have the opportunity to meet with our in-house denturist, Carm, to discuss customized dentures. Whether you need a full or partial denture, or you require fabrication or repair services, Carm is happy to help. He will listen to your concerns, create a personalized plan with you, and answer all your questions. Your comfort and understanding are our top priorities.

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Understanding Your Options

Dentures come in a variety of types and are made from different materials. They can be made from either porcelain or acrylic, held together by an acrylic or metal base. Our denturist, Carm, fabricates all our dentures right here in our in-house lab. It’s important to know your options so you can make the best decision for your unique needs.

Types of Dentures

Full Dentures

Necessary when all of your teeth in either the upper or lower arch, or both, are missing.

Partial Dentures

Required when only some of your teeth are missing, only need to fill the gaps left behind.


Denture Care and Maintenance

Proper hygiene is essential to maintain the cleanliness and longevity of your dentures, to keep them free from stains, and always looking their best.

Daily Routine for Good Denture Care

After Eating: Remove and rinse your dentures under water to remove any food debris or other particles. You may want to place a towel on the counter, or fill your sink with water, so your dentures won’t break if dropped.

Handle With Care: Be gentle and avoid bending or damaging the plastic or clasps when cleaning them.

Clean Your Mouth: After removing your dentures, use a soft bristled toothbrush on your natural teeth and gums. Use gauze or a soft toothbrush to clean your tongue, cheeks, and roof of your mouth. If used, remove any remaining denture adhesive from your gums.

Clean Daily: Remove and gently brush your dentures daily. Soak and brush them with a soft bristled brush and non-abrasive denture cleanser to remove food, plaque, and other deposits. If you use denture adhesive, clean the grooves that fit against your gums to remove any remaining adhesive. Don’t use denture cleansers inside your mouth.

Soak Overnight: Most types of dentures need to stay moist when not in use to keep their shape. Place your dentures in water or a mild denture-soaking solution overnight. Check with your dentist about properly storing your dentures overnight. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions on cleaning and soaking solutions (such as Polident or Efferdent).

Regular Denture Clinic Visits: Your dentist will recommend how often to visit to have your dentures examined and professionally cleaned. They can help ensure a proper fit to prevent slippage and discomfort, and also check the inside of your mouth to make sure it’s healthy. Book an appointment if your dentures become loose. Loose dentures can cause irritation, sores, and infection.

What You Should Avoid to Preserve Your Dentures

Abrasive Cleaners: Avoid stiff bristled brushes, strong cleansers, and harsh toothpastes, as these are too abrasive and can damage your dentures.

Whitening Toothpastes: Toothpastes advertised as whitening pastes often contain peroxide which does little to change the colour of your dentures.

Bleach-Containing Products: Don’t use any bleaching products as these can weaken dentures and change their colour. Avoid soaking your dentures in solutions that contain chlorine as these can tarnish and corrode the metal attachments on your dentures.

Hot Water: Avoid hot or boiling water as it could warp your dentures.

Wearing While Asleep: Your gums and tissues need a break from having your dentures in all day. You can develop sores and your mouth may become irritated from constantly wearing your dentures without a break in between.


Start your journey to a better smile with a denturist right here in Brantford. We are here to guide you, answer your questions, and provide the support you need.