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Swiss Denture Clinic is passionate about what we do. Read our blog for tips and advice about dentures and other related topics. Our team is ready to advise you. Contact us with any of your questions.

  • 03/04/2021
    Your First Denture Care Program

    Removal of your natural teeth is an important change in your life and is the beginning of a process of healing and adaptation to something new. We are here to guide you through the process and provide the support that you need for a successful recovery. We are also here to coach you through the process of adaptation to eating, speaking, and living with dentures for the first time.

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  • 07/11/2019
    A Study on Partial Dentures

    Missing teeth can cause many problems including eating difficulties, speech issues and cosmetic concerns. This can take a toll on your confidence level, but there’s something you can do about it: you can consider a partial denture.


    Swiss Denture Clinic is dedicated to providing complete satisfaction to our patients. Here at Swiss Denture Clinic, we have over 40 years of experience, and our highly-qualified staff has worked with patients with different degrees of gum health and jaw shapes.

    In this blog post, we shed light on certain facts about partial dentures that you need to know.

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  • 16/10/2019
    Facts to Know About Dental Implant Recovery Process

    A dental implant refers to a titanium post that is surgically positioned into the jawbone when a natural tooth is lost. When healing is complete, the implant functions like a tooth-root and supports the new crown or bridge.  At Swiss Denture Clinic, our team looks forward to providing you with the best possible denture solutions.

    Recovery from dental implant surgery varies from patient to patient depending on: medical history, the number of teeth affected and the patient's compliance with the dentist’s recommendations during the recovery process. People with healthy gums and strong bones are ideal candidates for dental implants, but where thin or soft bones exist, a bone graft and/or sinus lift can help.

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  • 07/05/2019
    Denture Repairs You’ll Probably Eventually Need

    Dentures restore your smile and make eating easier. However, over time, dental prostheses will need to be relined or repaired. At Swiss Denture Clinic in Calgary, we encourage all of our clients to call us as soon as there’s a problem with their dentures.

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  • 07/05/2019
    Fixed or Removable Implant Dentures: Which Is Right for Me?

    Whether you opt for fixed or removable implant dentures, with Swiss Denture Clinic you are benefiting from the most advanced denture technology available. However, there are some important differences between the two types of implant dentures that are worth taking into account. But first, it’s useful to understand what exactly implant dentures are and how they differ from conventional dentures.

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  • 19/11/2018
    Getting the Right Fit for Your Dentures

    Whether it’s your first set of dentures, or you’re replacing a set you’ve had for years, you’ll need to go to a denture clinic to make sure you get a perfect fit. Here’s what to expect when getting fitted for dentures at Swiss Denture Clinic in Calgary.

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  • 19/11/2018
    How to Keep Your Dentures Clean

    Plaque and tartar can build up on your dentures just like they do on your natural teeth. Discolouration from imbibing coffee, tea, red wine or cigarettes can also occur. The best way to remove stains from your dentures is by visiting Swiss Denture Clinic in Calgary for a cleaning, it’s also essential to clean them each and every day.

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  • 09/07/2018
    3 Ways to Tell If Your Dentures Need Repair

    Hundreds of patients benefit every day from wearing dentures in Calgary. However, sometimes dentures stop performing at their full capacity and require a professional tune-up.

    Whether you have complete or partial dentures, your prosthetic teeth are vulnerable to damage, looseness and misalignment leading to potential pain and discomfort. Some of these risks can be reduced with proper denture care.

    If your dentures need to be repaired, the resulting symptoms may prompt you to contact your dental clinic . Unfortunately, some signs of faulty dentures may be subtle and easy to miss. Here are three ways to tell if your dentures need repair:

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  • 28/03/2018
    April is National Oral Health Month

    This April is National Oral Health Month. We can’t think of a better opportunity to remind you that regular checkups with Swiss Denture Clinic, your denturist in Calgary, are crucial in identifying oral health problems. While we’re always happy to repair or replace your denture as needed, we also recommend biannual appointments to ensure that your mouth is at its healthiest.

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  • 25/10/2017
    Traditional vs. Implant-Supported Dentures

    A full and complete smile is important not only for boosting your self-confidence but for helping you speak and chew properly as well. If you're looking for a solution for your missing teeth, it’s important to be aware of the options available to you at our Calgary denture clinic. On top of traditional complete and partial dentures, a denturist at Swiss Denture Clinic can also provide you with implant-supported dentures

    Let's take a look at the difference between traditional and implant-supported dentures, as well as go through a few of the benefits of choosing implant dentures.

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  • 16/06/2017
    Do I Need Denture Adhesive?

    Denture adhesives like Poligrip and Fixodent are in a lot of advertisements, but should you really need them?

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  • 10/05/2017
    Surgical Dentures: What to Expect

    A surgical or immediate denture is the term used for a denture that is placed in the mouth the same day the teeth are removed. The denture is made prior to your surgery day, and sent over to the dental office the day before. This is the most common way to get a first set of dentures because it means you don't have to walk around toothless while your mouth heals. Not only does it provide you with a new smile right away, but the denture acts as a bandage, protecting the gums and reducing swelling and bleeding.

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  • 15/03/2017
    How Long Does a Set of Dentures Last?

    Well-made dentures are very durable, but they are not indestructible and should be considered as no more permanent than eyeglasses. Loose dentures are the result of bone loss and changing jaw alignment which can cause sore spots from the rubbing of the acrylic against the gums.

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  • 06/03/2017
    Dental Financing Options Can Help Take the Sting Out of Denture Expenses

    Are you waiting to have dentures made due to the cost? Is your private insurance plan only paying a portion of your treatment cost? We understand that dental expenses are not always something that people plan or budget for. Whatever your situation, Swiss Denture Clinic, your Calgary denturist, is here to help. We won't just make you a beautiful smile, we will do what we can to assist you financially.

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  • 21/02/2017
    Preparing for a New Set of Dentures? What You Need to Know

    Dentures are used by people who have lost their teeth due to age, an accident, or because of gum disease. If you're thinking about getting complete, partial, or implant dentures in Calgary, then you likely have a lot of questions.

    At Swiss Denture Clinic in Calgary, our denturists know how helpful and important it is for everyone to be aware of their options are when it comes to dentures, and to have an idea of the process of getting dentures.

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  • 17/10/2016
    What to Do If Your Dentures Are Bothering You

    Dentures are a great solution to missing teeth that have helped many people regain confidence in their smile. Unfortunately, some people experience problems with dentures that are uncomfortable and irritating, or that make it difficult to speak or eat.

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  • 16/09/2016
    5 Guidelines for Caring for your Dentures

    Caring for your dentures isn’t complicated. With minimal effort you can ensure it will last its full five to seven year lifespan. However, it’s important to be consistent. Daily maintenance and care practices should be rigorously followed. Adhere to the following five guidelines for best results.

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