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Exploring Denture Solutions in Hamilton

Did you realize that approximately 25% of seniors over 65 have lost all their teeth? At Barton Dental, led by Dr. Ameen, we understand the significance of restoring your smile. Dentures, a time-tested and aesthetically pleasing solution for tooth loss, are so seamless and lifelike that many people you meet may be benefiting from them without your knowledge. Wondering if dentures are the right choice for you?

Ideal candidates for our transformative denture treatments typically:

  • Are looking to replace multiple or all missing teeth.
  • Avoid smoking or the use of tobacco products.
  • Possess a healthy jawbone, though our team is here to assist in optimizing your oral foundation.
  • Do not experience conditions like dry mouth.
  • Are committed to maintaining their dentures with care at home.
  • Continue regular dental check-ups to ensure the health of both dentures and natural teeth.

Maintaining your dentures is key to their longevity and your oral health. Regular cleanings and check-ups with Dr. Ameen ensure your dentures perform optimally. We assess the fit of your dentures, examine your oral health comprehensively, and remind you that our concern extends beyond just your teeth.

At-home denture care involves:

  • Removing dentures nightly, allowing your gums a period of rest.
  • Soaking dentures in warm, mild water, with or without a specific cleanser, avoiding hot water to prevent warping.
  • Keeping dentures moist when not in use to maintain their shape.
  • Gently cleansing and stimulating your gums with a soft toothbrush or a clean, damp cloth.
  • Continuing to brush any remaining natural teeth as usual.

Investing in Your Smile: The Cost of Dentures in Hamilton

The investment for full or partial dentures in Hamilton ranges approximately from $900 to $3500+. Factors influencing the cost include the denture type, any preparatory dental work, potential need for x-rays, and the choice of supportive implants.

Since dental needs are unique, a consultation with Dr. Ameen allows for a personalized evaluation and a precise estimate, ensuring you’re informed about your options for a rejuvenated smile.

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Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely! For gaps caused by one to three missing teeth, dental bridges are an excellent choice, seamlessly blending with your natural teeth for a complete smile. For more extensive replacements, dental implants represent a state-of-the-art solution capable of restoring any number of missing teeth. While implants do require a higher initial investment and specific health qualifications for candidacy, they provide unmatched durability and a natural look and feel.

The durability of your dentures with regular care and upkeep can range from 5 to 10 years. However, it’s not just about the dentures’ endurance; the natural evolution of your oral landscape plays a significant role too.

While it is technically possible to wear your dentures to sleep, it is not recommended. For optimal oral health and denture care, it’s best to remove them at night. This practice allows you to thoroughly clean your mouth, gums, and any natural teeth, while also giving your gums and jaw the essential break they need.

Determining the correct fit of your dentures is crucial for comfort and functionality. Upper dentures should create a secure suction with your gums, whereas lower dentures are designed to rest gently above the gums yet remain firmly in position. For those with partial dentures, they should align neatly with your natural teeth, minimizing movement. If you’re questioning the fit of your denture, you are welcome to book an appointment so we can check your fit and make adjustments as needed.

Adjusting to new dentures involves a brief period of adaptation, where starting with softer foods is advisable. Initial wear may bring about slight irritation as your mouth adjusts to your new set of teeth. Gradually, as comfort with your dentures increases, you’ll be able to reintroduce more complex foods into your meals. It’s beneficial to begin eating with cutlery to assist in breaking down food, and to chew slowly with the teeth at the back of your mouth to ease into the new experience. A minimal amount of denture adhesive might be useful for securing your dentures during this phase.

Partial dentures are removable devices that replace one or several missing teeth and are supported by the surrounding gums and remaining teeth. They offer flexibility and ease of cleaning but require daily removal and maintenance. In contrast, bridges are fixed dental restorations that ‘bridge’ the gap created by missing teeth. They are anchored onto adjacent teeth or implants and offer a permanent, non-removable solution.

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