Full Dentures

Find Out if Complete Dentures are Right For You

Full Dentures in Moncton

A full or complete denture is a prosthetic device that replaces all of the teeth in a person’s mouth. Unlike a partial denture, which only replaces a few teeth, a full denture restores the function and appearance of a complete set of teeth.

Many patients prefer replacing all of their natural teeth with complete dentures, rather than keeping some of their teeth and wearing a partial denture. They love knowing they have a seamless and comprehensive solution to their dental concerns with the help of a set of full dentures.

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Full Dentures Renew Your Smile

How Do Complete Dentures Work?

Complete dentures cover your gums and replace all of your natural teeth. They are made of a sturdy plastic base that’s fitted to the shape of your mouth and then covered with a flesh-colored acrylic coating. The denture is held in place by suction and/or adhesive and by fitting snugly against your gums.

Are you ready to learn more about complete dentures? Book a free consultation at Dieppe Denture Clinic where we can answer any questions you have and provide you with more information.

The Benefits of Complete Dentures

Complete dentures come with plenty of impressive benefits. These include:

  • Restoring the appearance and function of a complete set of teeth
  • Increased confidence and self-esteem
  • Easier to chew and speak with than a partial denture
  • Can be less expensive compared to other dental procedures
  • Replace all of your natural teeth in one go

Get the big, confident smile you’ve always wanted

Call the Dieppe Denture Clinic today to book a free consultation and get the big, confident smile you’ve come to expect with the help of Denture Services.

Questions fréquemment posées

Are complete dentures permanent?

Conventional complete dentures are not permanent and will need to be replaced every 5-10 years. How often they need to be replaced often depends on how well they are taken care of and how often they are used.

Can I eat anything with complete dentures?

Yes, you can eat almost anything with complete dentures. Eating also tends to get easier for denture wearers over time as they get used to the appliance. However, it’s important to chew slowly and carefully to avoid damaging the denture and keep them in place. Foods that are extra sticky or chewy, including toffee and candy, may be challenging.

How much do complete dentures cost?

The cost of complete dentures varies depending on the type of denture and the materials used. However, they are typically less expensive than other dental procedures, including dental implants. If you are considering complete dentures, contact Dieppe Denture Clinic for a free consultation and we can discuss costs for your treatment.