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Restorative Dentistry


Seamlessly replace multiple or all teeth.
Explore more below.

Restores Multiple Missing Teeth
Efficiently fills gaps. Full smile, back.
Restores Function.
Proper chewing. Proper speech.
Enhanced Aesthetics.
Confidence restored. Smile now.

In a glance.

Consider Dentures When

  • You're missing multiple teeth and seeking a complete smile restoration.
  • Significant bone loss makes you unsuitable for dental implants.
  • Systemic health issues preclude dental implant surgery.

Consider Other Options If

  • You prefer a more permanent, fixed solution without daily removal.
  • You have sufficient jawbone density favoring implants for enhanced stability.
  • You seek options that prevent further bone loss and mimic natural teeth.

The Benefits

  • Improved quality of life.
  • Improved chewing.
  • Improved speech.
  • Improved appearance.
  • Improved nutrition.

The Drawbacks

  • Traditional dentures may shift or slip, affecting speech and chewing.
  • Tooth loss can cause jawbone shrinkage, potentially leading to facial changes.

Learn the process.

1. Initial Assessment

Assessing your suitability for a denture.

2. Preliminary Impression

Impressions of both jaws to capture overall details.

3. Custom Tray

A custom tray, designed by the lab for your case.

4. Final Impression

Custom tray is used to accurately capture molds of your upper and lower jaws.

5. Dental Model

Impressions return to lab, where a model of your mouth is fabricated.

6. Dental Base Fabrication & Fitting

A base is crafted and then trial-fitted to ensure a perfect match with your mouth.

7. Denture Customization

Artificial teeth are placed into your denture base.

8. Final Touches

The completed denture is polished for a natural finish.

9. Final Fitting

Dentures are precisely adjusted in your mouth.

Learn More

Discover your options.

When selecting dentures, we consider: how many teeth are missing, how long you've been without them, your choice between removable or fixed options, your jawbone's condition, the alignment of your jaws, and your preferences.

Full Dentures

Full Dentures

Replace an entire arch of teeth, sitting directly on the gums and possibly using adhesive for extra stability.
Partial Dentures

Partial Dentures

Ideal for several missing teeth, using clasps for extra support from remaining teeth.
Immediate Dentures

Immediate Dentures

Worn right after tooth extractions, they can be temporary or sometimes permanent, depending on healing.
Implant Supported Dentures

Implant Supported Dentures

Fixed to implants, they offer a permanent solution that requires diligent cleaning.
Implant Retained Dentures

Implant Retained Dentures

Attach to dental implants for added stability without the need for adhesives.

A message from Mirage Dental Clinic.

Promptly replacing missing teeth is vital for maintaining oral health and functionality. It's essential to replace missing teeth promptly, whether through bridges, dentures, implants, or other options. Delaying replacement can lead to opposing teeth over-erupting and changes in bone width and height, affecting your oral health. Our team is ready to guide you to the most effective solution for your needs.

Steps and care

Guiding you through.

Before Denture
A thorough evaluation assesses suitability. The right fit hinges on oral health and specific needs.
After denture
A trial fitting is conducted to ensure the dentures fit well and are comfortable. This might take several adjustments. It's common to experience an adjustment period where getting accustomed to the dentures is necessary.
Denture maintenance
Daily cleaning and overnight soaking keep dentures in prime condition. Use gentle products to avoid damage.
Tissue maintenance
Brush your gums, tongue, inner cheeks, roof of your mouth and any remaining teeth twice a day to remove plaque and debris.
Things to avoid
Avoid hard or sticky foods that challenge denture integrity. Regular dental visits maintain fit and health.

Frequently asked.

A denture fitting includes placing the dentures to check for fit and making adjustments where necessary. It might take a few visits to get everything just right, as your mouth adapts to the new dentures.

Everyone's experience varies. It might take weeks to months to feel comfortable with your new dentures. Expect some adjustments early on to ensure a snug fit.

For most, removing dentures at night is preferred for comfort and to let the mouth rest. Keeping dentures out for about eight hours nightly helps give your gums a break, lowers the risk of oral bacteria, and supports jawbone health.

On average, dentures serve well for 7 to 10 years. To maintain a perfect fit, consider having your dentures relined every one to two years, especially if you notice any fit changes.

Speak with our dentists.

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