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Dentures In Taylors Hill

If you have missing teeth, visit our dental clinic for new dentures. Our team will work with every patient and make sure they are happy with their final result.

Why You Should Get Dentures

Losing one or more teeth can make you feel insecure about your smile. It may affect how you speak and eat, making it hard to perform day-to-day activities, such as chewing food. When you have gaps between your teeth, the remaining ones may grow into that space and end up crooked or tilted. This could affect how well they fit together and may cause damage to other nearby tissues leading to an increased risk for periodontal diseases.

If you’re missing one or more teeth and would like to replace them with a new set of dentures, don’t hesitate to visit our dental clinic. Magical Smiles offers complete or partial dentures to replace your missing teeth. With quality dentures, you can chew more effectively and speak with confidence. Additionally, they protect your remaining teeth while also preventing wrinkles from forming on the surface of one’s face over time.

Our dental team will help you achieve optimal oral health and educate you on proper dental hygiene. We will work with you on regular dental checkups, professional cleanings, or dental services that you may need to maintain your beautiful smiles.

Different Types Of Dentures

Dentures are an excellent way of restoring your smile. They come in many forms, from metal to acrylic resin and nylon.

Full Dentures

Complete dentures are an excellent option for people who’ve lost all their natural teeth. Some examples of dental injuries that may require you with complete dentures include car accidents, treatment side effects, natural aging, and severe tooth decay.
The dentist will attach metal or acrylic plates to your gums with a special adhesive. These dentures are then fixed in place, giving you a perfect smile for any occasion!

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are a great option for people who have some healthy teeth left. The remaining tooth structure supports partial dentures.

Removable Dentures

Removable dentures are the most common popular type of dental prosthesis. They’re easier to clean than fixed false teeth but can slip out more easily. That’s why it is important not to chew on sticky or hard foods with your removable dentures. You may use adhesives designed specifically for these kinds of dentures.

Permanent Dentures

Permanent dentures are attached to your jaw and replace your teeth that have fallen out. They come in various materials, including acrylics or resins for their base material with different colour finishes such as gold placements to look just like natural healthy ones.

Book An Appointment With Our Team Today

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to book an appointment with one of our fantastic dentists. Contact our team today, and we will provide you with the best options for your dental problems.

Why Choose Magical Smiles For Dentures

Do you want to bring back the smile you once had? Maybe it’s time for you to get a new set of dentures!

Magical Smiles is a dental clinic that offers custom-made dentures to fit your needs, including aesthetic preferences and budget. Unlike most dental practices that refer your denture design to an offsite lab facility, our dental clinic has an onsite dental prosthetist with years of experience in creating high-quality dentures. Our onsite adjustments will give you better quality control.

Our dental clinic is the perfect place to find a denture that fits your needs. We offer various designs and materials for our patients, from acrylic plastic that can be shaped however you want. We also have metal bases if durability matters most to you. Our dental team always makes sure that each denture has the best possible fit for each patient.

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FAQs About Dentures

The cost of dentures can vary depending on your preferences and needs. Comfortable and better-looking dentures are more expensive.

Generally, the price of a complete set (upper and lower) of traditional dentures is around $2,100 to $3,900. The cost of each upper or lower appliance is around $1,100- $2,000, with partial settings costing between $700 and $1,700. Lastly, the price of flexible dentures is around $900 and $1,300.

People who have lost all of their teeth are good candidates for dentures. However, you must have sufficient jaw bone structure and healthy gum tissue to be a good candidate for dentures. The placement of a false tooth requires significant support from adjacent tissues to make it work properly.

If you are looking for alternatives to dentures, here are some of the following options:

Dental Implants:
Dental implants have become a popular alternative to dentures because they closely resemble natural teeth. The titanium post is placed into the jaw bone and replaces a missing tooth. However, dental implants might cost higher than dentures.

Dental Bridges:
The goal of a dental bridge is to fill the space where two or more adjacent teeth are missing. After the gap is filled, the remaining teeth are anchored to it. Once a dental bridge is fitted, your teeth remain permanently attached to it.

Snap-On Smile:
The Snap-On Smile is a revolutionary way to get back your smile without invasive procedures or expensive implants. Snap-on smile is made from a solid resin material, which will fit securely over your existing teeth so you can achieve your dream smile right away!

Dentures are a great way to improve your smile. They can be covered by some private health insurance or dental plans, but other providers may not offer them as they view dentures as part of cosmetic dentistry. However, you may confirm it with your private health insurance since some major dental policies include dentures as part of their coverage.

Dentures are not permanent because the shape of our mouth naturally changes over time. Removable dentures can last for five years if you maintain proper oral hygiene.

Additionally, you can still repair your denture if it is chipped or cracked. But if your dentures break, fall out, change colour, or erode, you’ll have to replace them or have them relined.

The benefits of dental implants and dentures are the same. They improve your ability to chew, speak, and feel confident. However, there are a few differences between these tooth replacement options:

  • Dental implants last longer than dentures, but dentures are cheaper.
  • Unlike dentures, dental implants require sufficient bone to attach the screws and cap them with crowns.
  • A dental implant may make chewing easier and more comfortable than dentures.
  • Dentures are more high-maintenance than implants.
After getting your dentures, it is normal to feel a little bit of discomfort. However, once your mouth has adapted to your dentures, this feeling usually goes away.

Infection and damage are prevented by taking proper care of dentures. If used for a long time, it can cause bone loss and soft tissue problems, including thrush.

Here are some tips on how you can take care of your dentures:

  • You should remove your dentures every night and rinse them with a gentle cleansing solution. After removing any loose debris, rinse your dentures thoroughly.
  • Before putting your denture back in, wipe your mouth with a soft washcloth.
  • Rinse your dentures after every meal. If you don’t wear your dentures, soak them in water or a denture cleanser soaking solution. Avoid soaking your dentures in hot water.
  • Schedule regular dental checkups with our dentists to ensure your dentures fit properly and to make adjustments if needed.
Whether you wear partial or complete dentures, you should regularly visit your dentist twice a year or as recommended by your dentist. During your routine checkups, our dentist will assess the condition of your denture to make sure that it still functions properly. To restore your teeth’s function and form, you need to maintain the fit and comfort of your dentures.
It may be uncomfortable at first to eat with new dentures. It would be best to start with soft foods like yogurt, gelatin, broth, and mashed potatoes. Once you are back to your regular diet, you can slowly add other foods, such as soft bread, greens, and baked beans.

Once you have adjusted to your dentures completely, you will be able to eat most of your favorite foods. Just remember to chew evenly and thoroughly, using both sides of your mouth.

In any case, it is recommended to avoid the following:

  1. Sticky Foods: The worst thing you can do to your dentures is to eat sticky foods like peanut butter and caramel candies. Sticky foods can cause your dentures to slip out of place and allow food to get underneath and inflame your gum tissues.
  2. Hard Foods: Chewing hard foods can damage dentures. Uneven pressure when chewing can lead to chipping or breakage of your dentures.
  3. Small Pieces of Food: Some foods, such as sesame seeds, can get stuck in your dentures if you cannot grind or chew them.
  4. Meat: Avoid eating meat in the meantime because it can put unnecessary stress on your dentures. After excessive chewing and grinding, sore spots may appear where gums and dentures meet.
Dentures should be removed every night and soaked in a gentle cleaning solution. The next day, you should clean your dentures using a soft denture brush. Lastly, clean your mouth with a soft washcloth before putting your denture back in.

Your Safety Is Our Top Priority!

We would like to take some time to let you know that we always follow strict universal infection control standards, and patient safety and the safety of our team is our priority.

The risk of exposure to the virus in our dental surgery is extremely low. We are an accredited dental practice and maintain the highest quality of care and standards at all times irrespective of any outbreaks such as Coronavirus.

We sterilise our instruments and disinfect all clinical and reception areas after each patient to prevent any risk of cross-contamination. Our staff are fully trained and certified to do this to the highest standards.

What Specifically Are We Doing at Our Practice to Protect Patients?

Our strict protocol includes our receptionists establishing in advance if patients:

  • Have any symptoms including fever/history of fever and shortness of breath or a cough or a sore throat.
  • They have travelled overseas or interstate in the last 2 weeks.
  • Been in close contact with anyone who has had confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) or who has been in a health facility treating them.
  • Visited any exposure sites or high risk area as per Healthy WA

We would like to ask patients who have travelled to high-risk zones and exposure sites within the last 2 weeks to postpone non-urgent general dental treatment, if in doubt please call us on 03 8373 0996.

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