Garden City Implant Dental

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Dentures and Partials

How can we help you?

We have collected several of the most common questions we receive and listed them here for your convenience. If your question is not listed, we welcome you to phone us for a specific answer about the services we provide, health fund information or to arrange an appointment.

We welcome new patients, and our friendly, professional team is dedicated to helping you get the answers you need to make accurate decisions regarding your oral health.

Dentures and Partials

different types of denturesAt Garden City Implant Dental, we offer full dentures, partial dentures and implant-supported dentures. We also offer an immediate option following extraction. The latter means you do not have to go without teeth during the healing process. We provide a final denture after several months, allowing your mouth and gums to heal completely.

Our full dentures are prosthetic teeth on an arch or plate that are always customised to fit your mouth.

For patients with partial tooth loss, our partial dentures rely on clips and supporting teeth for stability.

Our partial denture options include:

  • A metal-based prosthetic that is strong and dependable
  • A resin-based prosthetic that is lightweight and easy to wear
  • A flexible based prosthetic designed for comfort

For patients looking for a more permanent or stable denture option, we also offer implant-supported dentures. This means your dentist implants four to six replacement roots (dental implants) in your jaw. These roots fix your denture to prevent slippage, relines and the need for adhesives.

Our partial denture options include:

  • Bar-retained dentures—Implants attached to a low-profile bar to secure your prosthetic.
  • Ball-retained dentures—Clasps on the implants can fix and secure your prosthetic.

Are You Ready for Dentures in Booragoon, WA?

We invite you to arrange your denture consultation today.

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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.