Minimize the # of Visits for Your Dentures!
Considering the current COVID-19 situation, when starting the journey with new dentures, you can come to our office for 4 full hours, during which we will do your consultation, take the preliminary records/measurements, and do the fitting, lab work, and re-sizing. This will allow us to offer 2-3 appointments instead of 4-5.
Since we have the whole office to ourselves, you can comfortably wait here while enjoying free access to Wi-Fi & chilled water. With a well-equipped on-site laboratory in place, there will be minimal back and forth for you, as we will do the moulding of the prototype and readjustment while you are here.
If you are only missing one or a few teeth, a partial denture, or bridge, could be the answer! At Swiss Denture Clinic, the process towards providing our patients with partial dentures includes a first consultation, a dental impressions appointment followed by a fitting appointment after which the patient can start using the prosthesis and come back for final adjustments.
Most patients use partial dentures either temporarily or long-term, depending on their needs. Temporary acrylic dentures can be used before a surgery or during the healing period after teeth extractions, to be replaced with permanent ones once the healing is complete. Temporary partial dentures can be worn for up to 2 years. On the other hand, with good care and annual checkups, long-term partial dentures with metal frameworks can be used for up to 5 to 7 years.
Our clinic offers a wide range of removable partial dentures that are typically made of replacement teeth attached to a gum-coloured plastic base, which can be attached by metal framework that holds the denture in place in the mouth. A partial denture may have a metal framework and clasps that connect to your remaining natural teeth or they can have other connectors that are more natural looking. In some cases, a removable partial denture is made to attach to your natural teeth with devices called precision attachments.
We also offer implant-supported partial dentures, which are sometimes recommended to give extra support to an unstable lower jaw prosthesis.
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.
If this is your first set of dentures, we will provide a consultation to help you decide which kind of denture is the best choice: full, partial or implant. We’ll assess the condition of your remaining teeth, which will allow us to recommend the best overall strategy for your dental care. If a tooth or several teeth are no longer viable and need to be extracted, we’ll arrange for you to see a dentist before we begin fitting you for dentures.
We’ll make a mould of your jaw and help you choose the right tooth size, shape and colour so your dentures look as natural as possible.
Read our blog post to know more about the different kind of dentures, and what you can expect when getting fitted for dentures at Swiss Denture Clinic.
Don’t hesitate. Each day you suffer without a full set of teeth is another day of not eating, speaking, or engaging as you could. Swiss Denture Clinic wants to help you get the most out of life by finding the perfect denture solution for you, your budget, and your lifestyle. Call us today at 403-246-8685 to speak to our team and get answers to all your denture questions!
In general, these fixtures provide you with a cost-effective solution. Talk to us about your health needs and budget constraints, and take a look at the Alberta Dental Service Corporation pamphlet to learn more about the Dental Assistance for Seniors program.
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