Dentures in South Perth
Dentures, also known as false teeth, have long been seen as an uncomfortable and inconvenient option, but modern advances in dental technology have made them much more comfortable and lifelike. If you are missing some or all of your teeth, dentures can restore your smile.
Here at South Perth Dental Clinic, we offer a wide range of denture options to suit your needs and budget. We can help you to choose the right types of dentures for your needs at an affordable price, make them comfortable to wear, and easy to care for.
Our Next Level of
We understand that getting used to dentures can take some time. That’s why we offer a comprehensive aftercare service to all of our patients
Care That Goes Beyond
We know that your confidence is important to you, so we go above and beyond to make you happy with your new smile.
Your Dental Health and Wellness
Our number one priority is your oral health and well-being. We offer a wide range of denture services to keep your mouth healthy and give you an attractive smile.
WHY CHOOSE US
South Perth Dental Surgery
Family Dental Clinic for over 30 Years with a Highly Experienced Dentist, Hygienist, and Support Staff.
For over 30 years, we’ve been helping our patients achieve a healthy smile and a bright future. We are a family-oriented clinic with a highly experienced dentist and support team. We have a long history of providing patients with high-quality care, and we are proud to offer an extensive range of services. We also offer a comprehensive denture care service to all of our patients.
Using the Latest Technology in Providing Dental Hygiene Services with Airflow.
We can help you achieve a healthy and bright smile using Airflow. It is a new technology that uses pressurized air to remove plaque and tartar from teeth. It is a gentle and effective way to clean your teeth, and it’s also great for people with sensitive teeth.
We are proud to offer this new service to our patients. If you’re looking for a way to improve your smile, Airflow is a great option.
Invisalign and Other Clear Aligners Systems.
As an Invisalign provider, we can help you get the straight smile you’ve always wanted. Invisalign is a clear aligner system that is virtually invisible, and it’s a great option for people who are looking for a more discreet way to straighten their teeth.
We are delighted to offer this service to our patients, and we can help you achieve the gorgeous smile you’ve always wished for.
Call Us Today to Schedule Your Dental Appointment
We aim to provide high-quality dental care that’s gentle on your wallet. That’s why we’ve got lots of preferred payment options for you to choose from. No matter what your preference is, we’ve got you covered. So come down and check out our great selection of preferred payment options. We know you’ll find the perfect one for you!
Frequently Asked Questions
Dentures are artificial teeth used to fill in the gaps left by missing natural teeth. They are usually made of acrylic or porcelain and are held in place by suction or adhesives. Dentures come in two forms: removable and fixed. They can replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or all the teeth.
Dentures can improve your smile and help you to speak and eat more effectively. Additionally, they can help to support your cheeks and lips and prevent sagging on your face.
The answer may depend on a few factors. The process of making the dentures themselves, from impression-taking to final fitting, usually takes one to two weeks. However, if extractions are necessary, your healing time will add to the overall timeline.
In general, you can expect to see the dentist for several appointments over the course of six to eight weeks. Ultimately, your dentist will be able to give you a more accurate timeline based on your individual situation.
We advise that you take your dentures out at night. This gives your gums and any natural teeth a chance to rest. It also helps to reduce the risk of infection, and it allows you to clean your dentures more thoroughly. When you remove your dentures overnight, make sure to soak them in water or a mild detergent to keep them from drying out.
It is necessary to give your gums and mouth a break by removing your dentures at night. Plaque and tartar can accumulate on your dentures if you wear them all the time, causing gum disease. Taking them out every now and then is crucial.
The answer to this question is that it depends on the type of denture you have. If you have a full or partial denture, then it will feel different from having real teeth. Almost all people who use dentures get accustomed to the sensation of wearing them in their mouths within a short period. For some, it may feel a little strange at first, but most people report that they soon forget they are wearing them.
You will likely need to adjust to wearing dentures at first. This may include learning how to eat and speak with them in your mouth. It is important to follow the instructions of your dentist or denture specialist when you first get dentures. This will help you to avoid any problems and ensure that your dentures fit well. After a while, you will likely find that wearing dentures feels quite natural.
If your denture fits properly, it will be comfortable and allow you to speak and eat normally. But it can take some time to get used to wearing dentures. If you have any discomfort or your dentures feel loose, you should visit your dentist to have your dentures checked and make any adjustments if necessary.
No, dentures are not painful. They should make your life more comfortable by restoring your ability to speak and eat properly. However, it can take some time to get used to wearing dentures. If your dentures are causing you any pain or appear to be loose, see your dentist. They will check your dentures and make any necessary adjustments.
- Partial Denture (upper or lower): starts at $700
- Complete Upper denture: starts at $1,324
- Complete lower denture: starts at $1,300
Important Note: These are estimates, and an exact price of dentures will be provided during your appointment.