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Denture Solutions in Avondale, Auckland

January 15, 2020
Posted By: Avondale Dental Centre
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If you have missing teeth or full tooth loss, you may have considered tooth-replacement options, including dentures in Avondale, Auckland, or even dental implants.

Your dentist offers both, including implant-supported dentures.

Process for Dentures in Avondale, Auckland

If you’re new to dentures, the first step is an exam with your Avondale, Auckland dentist. Your dentist will determine whether dentures are a good solution for you.

If you’re a good candidate, we take impressions of your mouth and use this result to create custom dentures designed to fit well and complement your smile.

We offer partial dentures, full dentures, and implant-supported dentures.

Full dentures stand in for complete tooth loss. Partial dentures fill in sporadic tooth loss. And implant-supported dentures (or bridges) represent a more permanent solution to missing teeth.

Implant-Supported Dentures in Avondale, Auckland

When you lose teeth, your jawbone also loses viability or shrinks away. Over time, your dentures may not fit as well as they did in the beginning. Implant-supported dentures offer the perfect remedy to slippage.

With implant-supported dentures, you don’t need pastes or relines.

For this solution, your dentist implants replacement roots in your jaw—typically four to six thin but sturdy posts. These replacement roots are strong enough to support full dentures in Avondale, Auckland.

Taking Care of Your Smile

You should soak your dentures daily and clean them with a denture brush. It is also crucial to keep your gums clean to lower your risk for periodontal disease. We don’t recommend toothpaste because it can be abrasive.

Remember to visit your dentist in Avondale, Auckland regularly for exams to make sure your gums are healthy.

We Welcome Your Call for Dentures in Avondale, Auckland

If you’re considering dentures in Avondale, Auckland, or if you’re looking to upgrade, we encourage your call to arrange a booking.

Disclaimer: The information throughout this site is not intended to be taken as medical advice.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
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