If you are in Winnipeg and have broken dentures, Eden Denture Clinic is the place you are looking for. While made sturdy, dentures are delicate appliances. Your partial dentures can be easily broken if they are dropped onto a hard bathroom floor or porcelain sink while you are cleaning them, while your implant dentures can become cracked or chipped from the repeated chewing of tough foods over time. If you continue to use your dentures with these problems, they can become useless and expensive to repair.
Prevent expensive, multistep repairs or replacement dentures with regular checkups and frequent denture repairs. While accidents may happen, you can increase the lifespan of your dentures by taking good care of them.
Loose-fitting dentures or misaligned dentures can cause stress that can lead to breakage if you ignore it. Any time you notice discomfort in your mouth or a chip in one of your teeth, you should make an appointment at Eden Denture Clinic for reliable denture repair services in Winnipeg. No matter how major or minor your denture repair may be, we offer many repair options depending upon the problem with your dentures. If your denture has broken into several pieces, be sure to bring all the pieces in. With the right techniques, we can fix even multiple cracks in your broken denture. Broken dentures can be repaired by replacing the affected area(s) with new acrylic materials.
Has your pet chewed your partial denture? Have you accidentally run over your dentures with a car? If you have a broken denture in Winnipeg and are unsure what to do, don’t fret! Call Eden Denture Clinic to schedule an appointment, or just walk-in and we will do our best to accommodate you with same-day denture repair services. At our denture clinic, we use state-of-the-art equipment to ensure efficient denture repairs. When it comes to a broken denture, don’t delay with denture repairs. Bring them in immediately!
In addition to emergency denture repairs, we are capable of providing denture relines to ensure a comfortable fit and feel. Over time, it’s natural for the shape of your mouth and jaw to change. Therefore, it’s natural for your dentures to require the occasional realignment – typically at least once every two years. Getting a denture reline will help keep your dentures functional and secure. Denture relining is a relatively simple procedure that can be completed on the same day in some cases.