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An affordable way to replace teeth

What are dentures?

A denture is a set of false teeth that can replace anywhere from one missing tooth (partial denture) to a whole mouthful of missing teeth (full dentures).

Our aim is to help you keep your own teeth healthy for life. If you are missing teeth then dentures are an affordable way to replace these.

Solving problems for existing denture wearers

The dentists at Today’s Dentistry have done a lot of work with existing denture wearers to get the best possible use out of their dentures, relieving them of the many common denture complaints.

Before and after having dentures fitted.

Common complaints about dentures include:

My dentures… “rub… slip… move around… pinch when I am eating… jump up when I eat or talk… click… don’t allow me to chew properly… I get food caught under them… they fall out when I sneeze… fall down when I yawn… I only wear the lower one when I go out.”

All these complaints lead to many feelings, including frustration and embarrassment by denture wearers. But just because you wear dentures, doesn’t mean you have to live with these problems.

Dentures just like real teeth is an option

Having your dentures fitted or adjusted and then monitored for your continued comfort is our priority. It is our policy to give you open and frank advice on all your options, alternatives and the associated costs, allowing you to make the most informed decision. We will then continue to work with you to ensure you enjoy the maximum amount of time from your treatment.

We take care of patients from all areas of Brisbane and invite you to call our friendly reception staff in Brisbane on (07) 3263 2677 or Contact us. They are never too busy to talk to you about dentures, or any other dental procedures that you may have questions about.

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