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Replacing your missing teeth has never been so convenient and affordable, thanks to our custom denture options. Choose between a full or partial denture to restore your smile.

Plus, get convenient payment plans on all treatments, so that it will easily fit your budget!


We offer the following types:

When you need a prosthesis that will replace all your teeth simultaneously, a full denture is the best solution. Traditional ones are removable and set directly on top of your gums, using suction to keep them in place. Lower dentures are a bit more unique, in that they rely on your lips, cheeks and tongue to keep them in the desired location. Additionally, it’s possible to use dental implants (as few as four) to stabilise your dental appliance throughout the day. In some cases, fixed hybrid dentures eliminate the need for a removable denture.

A partial denture is a removable appliance that you can wear even if you have several remaining teeth. Instead of extracting them for a full dental appliance, you can retain your natural teeth and get a prosthesis that clips in around them. Partials are made with a metal (cobalt chrome) or acrylic base, depending on how many teeth are missing. At specific points on the base, there will be small extensions that clasp or wrap around your remaining teeth, using them for stabilisation of the appliance.

Caring for Your Dental Appliance

To ensure your denture fits properly, eliminate your risk of oral infections, and keep the prosthesis clean, there are a few things you should do each day:

  • Remove your appliance every night. Sleeping in a removable prosthesis can cause unwanted side effects.
  • Soak your appliance in an effervescent denture cleansing solution.
  • In the morning, use a soft brush to remove loose debris from your denture, then rinse it thoroughly.
  • Clean your gums with a soft, damp washcloth or extra-soft toothbrush.
  • See our family dentist for regular exams and adjustments to keep your prosthesis fitting comfortably. Occasional repairs or relines can help extend the life of your appliance.

Adjusting to Your New Denture

Wearing a denture for the first time can take a bit of practice to get used to. Start by talking to yourself in the mirror and cutting food into small bites until you get adjusted. If anything feels uncomfortable or irritating, let us know.

Schedule a Consultation

Contact Morton Dental today to book a consultation. We want to help you learn more about our budget-savvy tooth replacement options. Flexible payment plans are available!

* 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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