The art of creating
WHAT WE OFFER
You are wanting to replace an existing denture or maybe have your first one made? Because there are different types of prothesis and different ways to replace missing teeth, whether you already have missing teeth, or will soon be getting extractions, it is good idea to let one of our denturists guide you with your choice of treatment.
Our job is to help you chew with efficiency and smile with confidence.
Our priority is to put our expertise into creating your smile.
Complete Removable Denture
A complete removable denture is used to replace the teeth on completely toothless gum. It is made of acrylic resin and relies on the gums and underlying bone for its support.
Removable Partial Denture
A removable partial denture can replace on or more missing teeth. It relies on the gums, the underlying bone and the remaining teeth for its support.
A soft liner is a layer of soft material that is fitted to the surface of a denture that rests on the gums. It acts as a cushion or shock absorber between the hard plastic base of a denture and the gums. A soft line does not improve the stability of a denture, only its comfort.
Implant Supported Removable Denture
A dental implant is a small dental post or screw that is placed in the jawbone as an artificial substitution for a natural root. Dental implants are the closest possible replacement for natural teeth, and the optimal way to restore your natural smile.
Rebase and Reline
Ill-fitting dentures do not always need to be replaced. When the denture teeth do not have too much wear it is sometimes possible to take an impression inside the existing denture base in order to get a better fit.
When a denture is cracked, broken in two pieces or when a tooth is broken, it is often possible to have it repaired. It is also sometimes possible to add a tooth and/or clasp to an existing partial denture right before or soon after the extraction of a natural tooth.
An immediate denture is denture that is fabricated before the extraction of one or many natural teeth. This type of denture will be inserted immediately after the extraction and will thus prevent the patient from having to function without teeth during the healing period.
This appliance is worn when playing contact sports (such as hockey or football etc), to protect the teeth and also help reduce the intensity of the shocks which can cause concussions and jaw fractures.
Technology now allows us to take digital impressions and fabricate dentures designed on a computer.
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Lacroix Denture Clinic
225 Main Street West, suite 102
Hawkesbury, Ontario, K6A 3R7