Professional Denture Repairs in Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, and Sardis
If your denture is broken, damaged or not fitting and functioning well, it is important that you see your denturist as soon as possible. The denture experts at any of our Accurate Denture Clinic Ltd. locations can restore a fractured or damaged denture close to its original condition on the same day in most cases. Our denturists are experienced in properly assessing the condition of your denture and advise you on the necessary steps needed to repair them. For professional denture repairs in Abbotsford, Langley, Chilliwack and Sardis, contact Accurate Denture Clinic Ltd. We will also help you with maintenance tips to prevent further breakage so that you can get the most function and comfort from your dentures.
Signs That Your Dentures Need Repairs
With proper care, dentures can last you for several years. However, daily wear and tear can lead to unavoidable damage. If you have noticed any of the following signs, it’s time to get your dentures fixed:
- Sore gums
- Difficulty in speaking, chewing and other impediments
- Changes in denture colour
- Chips and cracks on your dentures
- Uncomfortable to wear and changes in the fitting of the denture
- Pain when biting and chewing
- Headaches, earaches, neck or jaw pain
Once a denture has been damaged, it can lead to an uneven bite and escalate into a host of other oral issues. It is important to trust the professionals to attend to and address any issues with your dentures at the earliest to prevent further damage to your dental prosthetic and overall well-being.
Benefits of Denture Repairs
Here are four reasons why denture repair is beneficial:
Helps to restore function and appearance
A broken denture can make one feel self-conscious about their speech and appearance. Denture repair restores its function and allows you to flash a natural smile.
Reduces discomfort and pain
A cracked or broken denture can lose its fit and rub against your gums and cause irritation and abrasions. Using ill-fitting dentures can lead to a misaligned bite and severe discomfort over time, including ear pain and headaches.
Reduces movement of remaining teeth
A missing tooth from your denture can affect the entire balance of the bite and lead to the movement of other teeth, exposing their roots and making them susceptible to decay. Repairing your denture will keep the remaining teeth in place and maintain their health.
Helps to maintain gum health
A broken and ill-fitting denture can cause inflammation, irritation and blisters which, if left untreated, can lead to gum diseases.
We are always available to help relieve any discomfort and pain you may be feeling with your dentures and offer prompt, dependable and affordable denture repairs in Langley. We also serve Abbotsford, Chilliwack and Sardis.
Types of Denture Repairs
Some of the most common types of denture repairs are:
Common fractures and breakages
Fractures and breaks of dentures are usually caused when your dentures are not fitting properly. As you chew with your dentures, you apply a force which may lead to micro fractures in your dentures. When the upper and lower set doesn't align, they can lead to large cracks.
Worn out dentures
Worn and thin dentures are more susceptible to breaking. Worn teeth on the denture can cause poor distribution of your chewing forces, which can eventually lead to broken dentures.
Have a look at our FAQs section for answers to some common questions about our denture fitting, repair and replacement services.
Denture Care Tips
A daily cleaning routine is essential to keep your dentures looking clean and stain-free. Follow the tips below to ensure your dentures are in top condition and last you a long time:
- Remove and rinse dentures after eating: It is important to remove and clean your dentures after eating to ensure that they are free from food particles and plaque.
- Clean your mouth after removing your dentures: Rinse your mouth thoroughly after removing your dentures.
- Brush your dentures daily: Brush and clean your dentures every day with a gentle brush.
- Soak your dentures overnight: Soak your dentures overnight or speak to us regarding the manufacturer's instructions on cleaning and soaking solutions.
- Schedule regular checkups with your denturist: Visit our denture clinic to learn more about how to maintain your dentures.
Browse our blog for some more helpful information on dentures and how to get the most out of your set. Call us today to get a quick and reliable denture repair in Langley.
Contact Accurate Denture Clinic Ltd. in Langley
At Accurate Denture Clinic, our team of expert denturists is fully qualified to provide quick and effective solutions to give you a comfortable and functional pair of dentures. Besides repairing your dentures on the same day, we also offer the following services:
Denture relines to ensure that your dentures are aligned properly.
Denture rebases when your denture is broken or weakened due to multiple repairs and does not fit well.
Soft liners are a good option if you have flat gum tissues, thin tissues or chronically sore gum tissues.
Professional denture clean-up services to eliminate the normal signs of wear and get your denture looking as good as new.
Implant-supported dentures to replace missing teeth and offer teeth with natural-looking and functioning dental implants.
Customized complete and partial dentures that are comfortable and custom-made to replace gaps with missing or damaged teeth and give you a complete smile.
Precision and standard dentures with high-quality teeth to give you high-efficiency chewing and enhance your appearance.
Immediate dentures for quick, affordable and temporary solutions.
Suction dentures for maximizing your dentures comfort and stability.
Call us now to learn more and book an appointment at our clinics in Abbotsford, Langley, Chilliwack and Sardis.
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