Dentures in Airdrie

Our smiles affect more than just our appearances.

Teeth also serve an important role in chewing food, speaking and mouth comfort.

Our Airdrie dentists are aimed at restoring function and a natural appearance to our patients’ teeth.

During your initial consultation, our dentist

will go over all the options available to you and provide you with reliable information moving forward.

Call our clinic at (403) 768-1000  to schedule your free consultation!

What Types of Dentures Are Available?

Dentures are moulded and crafted to fit a patient’s unique bite and mouth structure.

For a new set of dentures, Sierra Dental Airdrie offers a few options for our patients including:

  • Partial dentures
  • Complete dentures
  • Implant supported dentures

Traditional Dentures

There are 2 kinds of traditional dentures: partial and complete dentures.

These dentures rest on the gums and use the underlying bone structure for support.

This type of denture is fully removable and requires a small amount of cleaning and maintenance.

For those who are missing only a few teeth or having unwanted gaps in the mouth, partial dentures can give you your perfect smile back.

They can be moulded to fit your teeth and are secured in place by your natural teeth or by dental implants.

Partial dentures can be a good solution for you if you still have healthy bone tissue and are looking for a budget-conscious option.

If you have lost all of your natural teeth, complete dentures will give you your confident smile back along with helping you maintain a healthy diet.

You might be a good candidate for complete dentures if you have experienced bone loss, periodontal disease or tooth decay.

However, as the mouth changes shape, traditional dentures could cause sore spots in the mouth if the dentures are fit improperly.

They typically require a realignment every two years.

Furthermore, a set of dentures that doesn’t fit properly may cause an uneven bite.

A crack may occur to dentures with an uneven bite due to pressure being asserted on one side of the dentures more than the other.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures are held in place by implants mounted onto the underlying bone in a patient’s mouth.

A benefit of implant-supported dentures is a lack of friction against a patient’s gums.

This reduces the likelihood of sore spots and means that a patient will not need to visit a dentist as frequently for denture realignment.

In fact, implant-supported dentures are strengthened by underlying bones and provide a stronger bite while maintaining the structure of the jaw bone over time.

Denture Repair in Airdrie

Too often, dentures become cracked or fit improperly. This can lead to sore spots in a patient’s gums or make it difficult for everyday activities.

Broken or improperly fitting dentures isn’t an issue any of our patients should have to face. Over time, the mouth can change shape and dentures can become worn down.

Denture realignment and repair are some of the many services we provide and can restore comfort and function to used dentures.

We understand that accidents happen and they could lead to fracture or breakage of your dentures. Sierra Dental Airdrie is a full-service clinic that offers quick and efficient denture repair services. During your repair services, we will assist you with any preventative methods to avoid further breakage in the future.

How Dentures Address Oral Health

As patients grow older, their likelihood of losing teeth increases.

Side Effects of Medications

Several medications elderly patients use, such as pain killers, hypertension medication and antihistamines, can negatively affect a patient’s oral health.

Dry mouth is a common side effect that can dampen the mouth’s immune system.

A suppressed immune system in the mouth can lead to infection and a weak bone and gum support, which in turn could cost a patient their teeth.

Special Oral Concerns for Older Women

Changes to the mouth’s natural defences are a byproduct of ageing.

For example, women who undergo menopause may experience a stark change in oral health.

  • Menopausal gingivostomatitis, a condition which affects a small percentage of women in menopause, can lead to dry gums which bleed easily and can cause tissue damage over time. Most women find that estrogen supplements help to relieve these symptoms.
  • Bone loss is a condition associated with both periodontal disease and osteoporosis. Although it does not cause periodontitis, osteoporosis may contribute to tooth loss because the density of the bone that supports the teeth may be decreased. As with the other conditions mentioned above, hormone supplements seem to help prevent tooth loss as a result of periodontitis.

Visiting our dentists in Airdrie can prevent damage to gums and teeth while replacing lost teeth for a smile our patients are confident in.

Call our clinic at (403) 768-1000  to schedule your free consultation!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Especially after first being fitted for dentures, and with lower dentures, which come loose easier, focus on eating food that is soft and easy to chew. Here are some examples of denture-friendly foods!

  • Cooked Vegetables
  • Pasta
  • Eggs
  • Porridge
  • Smoothies