Providing Patients With Reliable Dentures in Edmonton

Dentures are artificial replacements for your natural teeth and gums. If an event, a disease or poor oral health care has left you with only a few healthy teeth or none at all, your dentist might recommend dentures to replace your missing teeth. At Heritage Dental Care in Edmonton, our goal is to provide a positive experience to every patient and have them leave our clinic with the solution they need. Our dental specialists offer dentures and implant services according to your comfort and fit following your tooth extraction. If you have suffered tooth loss, call us to discover whether you need partial or full dentures or implants.

Enhancing Natural Smiles for Over 30 Years

Dentures are one of the restorative dental treatments, which:
Hygienist Holding New Custom Built Dentures
For more information about our restorative dentistry services or to get in touch with one of our dental specialists about developing a treatment plan, call our Edmonton dental clinic today.

Denture Services in Edmonton

Dentist Measuring New Dentures For Patient
Dentures are a type of prosthesis, which is used to accommodate missing teeth. Dentures are typically removable, but some can also be bonded or implanted. When a tooth and all teeth are absent, complete dentures are used. When only some teeth are missing, partial dentures are used in order to accommodate missing teeth. At Heritage Dental Centre, our dental specialists offer different dentures to suit your needs and comfort
Although intended for long term wear, your dentures will require realignment or remaking over time since your mouth changes as you age. This can cause dentures to feel loose and irritate gums, so visit Heritage Dental Centre for a check-up regularly.

Commonly Asked Questions

  • Whitening: It is not possible to whiten dentures like natural teeth as dentures are made of plastic. To curtail staining, clean your dentures daily to remove food and plaque bacteria.
  • Brushing: Do not brush your dentures with regular toothpaste. Toothpaste is intended to be used on teeth, and they often have materials and chemicals that whiten and strengthen teeth but may harm dentures.
  • Repairing broken dentures: It is suggested to return to visit the dentist who made your dentures and have the broken denture mended professionally.

Denture fees vary widely based on several factors, including the complexity of your particular treatment, the time required to accomplish the procedure, and the dental practice’s location. The approximate cost is as follows:

  • Conventional full dentures – $1,275 and $2,950
  • Immediate dentures – $1,495 and $3,270
  • Partial implants – $300 and $2,500
  • Implant dentures – $3,500 and $30,000
The patient and the dentist have little control over pre-made dentures. Inexpensive and fast solutions can affect your general dental and oral hygiene. These usually make a poor choice.
Yes, you can wear your dentures at night, but it is preferred that they are removed.
When your mouth is first fitted with new dentures, it’s typical to experience slight irritation, which should diminish as your mouth becomes familiar.