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Denture Repairs

A broken denture can cause a great deal of physical and mental discomfort, while being a big inconvenience in your life. Dentures may become damaged in a variety of ways including impact, biting a hard object, natural wear and tear and more. When you have a damaged denture, you need immediate care to prevent further damage to the appliance or injury to yourself. Dental Solutions can often provide same-day denture repairs normally while you wait of restoring your denture to a functional state thanks to our in-house denture technician, your denture cannot be completely renewed we will advise you of the condition of your denture and will recommend steps needed in preventing further breakage and, if necessary, getting a new denture created.

When Should You Repair Your Dentures?

Damage to your dentures can occur suddenly or gradually. Poor fit is one of the leading reasons people need cracked denture repair. As you speak or chew, your dentures apply pressure on one another repeatedly. Over time poor fitting, misaligned dentures will over stress a specific area, causing a break that will only continue to worsen. Impacts, including dropping your denture, can cause damage to the tooth or gum area of the denture. Furthermore, any metal clasps – common in partial dentures – may come loose due to wear and tear. All of these situations require immediate repair from a professional. Although do-it-yourself repair kits are available, their results are inconsistent and may even cause further issues since they may not address the underlying cause of your cracked dentures.

Repair Cost and Affordability

When you live with cracked or misaligned dentures, you risk more than just your physical health. Damaged dentures will only worsen over time, and require more extensive and costly repairs.

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