Whether you have missing teeth or no teeth at all, dentures can be a great solution. Our denture clinic offers a range of solutions to fit your needs when it comes to dentures. You don’t need to suffer from an uncomfortable device or worry about which foods you can eat with the many options for teeth replacement at Crown Dental Group denture clinic. All devices are made in our state-of-the-art, on-site laboratory. We will help you achieve a functional, beautiful smile.
If you need an emergency denture repair or reline, please call us right away on (03) 8288 1477
We can even repair and reline your dentures on the same day in our denture clinic for appointments booked before midday, providing you with the efficient care your busy schedule requires.
We also offer a convenient mobile denture service. If you live within a 15km radius of our practice, we are happy to visit you in the comfort of your own home.
Unhappy With Dentures You’ve Gotten Elsewhere?
Patients often visit us after experiencing the following issues with their dentures:
- A look you’re not happy with
- A loose feeling
- Biting doesn’t feel right
- Cheek biting
- Clicking sounds when speaking or chewing
- Cracking or other damage
- Difficulty articulating sounds
- Dislodging when opening your mouth
- Excess space when biting
- Food getting stuck
- Pain while wearing dentures
- Pressure or sore spots on gums
If you are experiencing issues with your dentures, book in for a denture consultation at Crown Dental Group.
Types of Dentures Available in Rowville, Melbourne
Dentures are designed to replace and replicate the function of missing natural teeth and there are several different options depending on your personal needs. At Crown Dental Group, we can help you assess your options and choose the right solution. We’re then able to make your dentures on-site in our dental laboratory in Rowville using the highest quality materials.
Our dedicated dental prosthetist, Levent Ibrahim, is happy to consult with you and determine how best to help you. You should be able to have the full function and look of your teeth without worry! Contact us today to find out more. Same-day appointments are available.
Further Denture Information
For more information, please visit our other pages dedicated to dentures:
- Denture Guide
- Denture Repair and Reline
- Getting Used to Your New Full Dentures
- Having Problems with Old Dentures?
- How To Care For Your Dentures
- Types of Dentures
Getting used to dentures
It’s normal for it to take some time to get used to a new set of dentures, especially if this is the first time you’ve had dentures. The fastest way to acclimate to your dentures is to wear them all the time. Re-learning to chew can be particularly difficult. In order to ease into the new sensation, we recommend our patients start out with soft foods, try not to favour chewing one side over the other, chew food on both sides at the same time and don’t bite into hard foods with your front teeth. Common symptoms that patients may experience while adjusting to new dentures include: excessive production of saliva, an overcrowded or bulky feeling, slurred speech or reduced taste. Generally, these symptoms will subside with time as you get used to your new dental prosthetics. However, if any of your symptoms are particularly acute or bothersome, please don’t hesitate to contact Crown Dental Group.
Patients often think that they can clean their dentures as they would their natural teeth. This is a big mistake! Dentures are made of a different material that requires specialised, gentle care. To clean your dentures: run them under cold water, use a denture brush to remove any debris, soak them in a denture solution, and rinse them. There is no need to vigorously brush them, to use toothpaste, to put them in the dishwasher, or anything more abrasive. Subjecting your dentures to harsher cleaning practices can damage them. Be sure to only use cleaning products and methods specifically designed for dentures. If you have dentures supported by implants, you need to be sure to clean underneath the dentures and around the implants regularly. If your implant-supported denture is removable, be sure to remove it in order to thoroughly clean the implants and the denture. If you are uncertain or have any questions about cleaning your dentures, please don’t hesitate to contact Crown Dental Group Denture Clinic. Our dental prosthetist will be happy to answer any questions you may have and even walk you through cleaning your dentures if need be.