Have your teeth become painful?  Is eating difficult? Do you have multiple broken crowns? Are you embarrassed to smile? Even with regular check-ups and cleanings with your dentist, it still may be time to consult a denturist to ensure your optimal oral health.

Advancements in denture technology have made available a number of denture options designed to help improve your overall self-confidence and quality of life. At Bartlett Smile Center Sarnia, we know that choosing the right denture is one of the most important oral health decisions you will ever make. That’s why our experienced team is dedicated to offering fully functional complete, partial and implant dentures customized to your own personal needs.

Complete Dentures

Complete, or ‘full’ dentures can recreate the character of your smile and restore the natural contour of your lips and facial muscles. These dentures mimic natural teeth and provide improved comfort while eating and speaking.

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are typically made to replace one or more teeth and are customized to a patient’s specific requirements. Partials do not harm remaining natural teeth and may help maintain the position of natural teeth by providing additional support.

Implant Dentures

Dental implants function as the closest possible replacement for natural teeth. Implants are an ideal support for full and partial dentures. Anchored directly to your jawbone, implant dentures prevent bone loss by providing stimulation to the natural tooth root system.

Caring for your dentures is as easy as following the same routine check-up schedule as you do with your dentist. Your denturist will regularly check your oral health and denture fit. Brush your dentures as you would your own teeth, after every meal, and your dentures should last for five to seven years.

At Bardgett Smile Center Sarnia, we personalize dentures using premium denture materials and superior precision techniques to ensure that clients experience optimal esthetics, comfort, fit and function. Call us today, for your complementary initial consultation.

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