Dentures in Kalamunda

Dentures, also called false teeth, are removable dental appliances that replace missing teeth. Made of acrylic, nylon or metal, they sit on the gums and fit snugly over the jaws. They can be used to replace an entire arch of teeth in the lower or upper jaw or just a few missing teeth in either jaw. They may be used for aesthetic reasons or to restore the mouth’s function. 

Hills Family Dental Centre is proud to offer a wide range of denture options to meet your individual needs. Our experienced team will work closely with you to make your dentures comfortable and look natural. With dentures from Hills Family Dental Centre, you can once again enjoy the confidence of a healthy, beautiful smile.

Contact Hills Family Dental Centre today to learn more about our denture services.

Common Dental Problems that
Dentures Can Address

Dentures are a popular and affordable treatment option for common dental problems, including missing teeth and bite problems. This dental treatment can restore the appearance of your smile and the function of your teeth.

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Book an appointment at Hills Family Dental Centre today and experience why we have been the trusted dentist in Kalamunda for over 30 years and have been servicing thousands of happy patients since we opened. Our dental clinic is proud to be family-oriented, and we welcome patients of all ages.

Why Choose Hills Family Dental Centre

If you are looking for a dental practice that offers dentures, Hills Family Dental Centre is the place for you. The dentists at our practice are gentle and highly experienced, and we use the latest dental technology to provide comfortable and long-lasting dentures that look natural.

At Hills Family Dental Centre, we believe that everyone deserves to have a healthy and beautiful smile.

As a practice, we want patients to feel confident that the care they receive is of the highest quality.

Hills Family Dental Centre offers a wide range of payment options for your oral health care needs.

Hills Family Dental Centre is an ADA Accredited Dental Practice.

Whether you are looking for dentures for the first time or searching for a new dental care provider, we want you to know that we are here for you. Our gentle and experienced dental professionals will work with you to make you completely comfortable with your dentures. 

We understand the importance of having a positive experience at the dentist, and we go above and beyond to provide exceptional patient care.

That’s why Hills Family Dental Centre offers the latest in dental technology, from digital scanning to CAD/CAM denture design. We also use only high-quality materials to provide dentures that will look natural and last for years.

Whatever your denture needs may be, we will work with you to create a dental treatment plan that is right for you.

We also offer payment plan options, so you can get the dentures you need without worrying about up-front costs. Our knowledgeable and experienced team will work with you to find the right fit for your individual needs.

Every patient deserves access to quality dental care, and we will do everything we can to make that a reality for our patients.

It means that we meet or exceed the rigorous standards set by the Australian Dental Association. When you choose us for your denture needs, you can be confident that you’re receiving excellent service.

We have been providing quality denture services to patients in Kalamunda and surrounding areas for over 20 years.

We Accept All Health Funds and
Have Multiple Payment Plan Options
To Suit Your Needs

Frequently Asked Questions
About Dentures

Dentures come in many different types, and the type of false teeth that is right for you will depend on your needs and budget.

  • Complete dentures replace an entire arch of missing teeth and can be removed for cleaning. They are made to fit over your gums, with suction keeping them in place. Additionally, denture adhesive can help keep complete dentures in place.
  • In cases where you still have a few natural teeth, partial dentures are used. They can help prevent your remaining teeth from shifting. A removable partial denture usually consists of artificial teeth attached to a plastic base that is pink or gum-coloured. The base is connected to the denture by a metal framework.
  • Implant-supported dentures are anchored with dental implants, providing a more secure fit than other types of dentures. This surgical procedure requires adequate bone density for support.
  • Implant-retained dentures are similar to implant-supported dentures but can use mini implants or fewer dental implants. This surgical procedure is usually recommended for people with significant jaw bone loss.
  • Immediate dentures also replace an entire arch of missing teeth. They are inserted immediately after tooth extractions. These temporary false teeth can help you minimise discomfort and avoid going without teeth during the healing process.

Dentures have been around for centuries, and traditional dentures have come a long way since their early beginnings. Today’s dentures are made from high-quality materials designed to look and function like natural teeth. 

They are also custom-fitted to each individual’s mouth for a comfortable and snug fit. Plus, with proper care and cleaning, dentures can last many years. Dentures are a safe way to replace lost teeth. 

So if you’re looking for a safe, reliable way to improve your smile, dentures may be the right choice.

The first time you get dentures, your dentist may recommend you wear them all day, even while sleeping. The purpose is to help your mouth get used to them. After a few days, your dentist may advise you to remove them before bed. Your gums can rest and stay healthy this way. When you clean your dentures, you should also remove them.

Here are some tips on how to clean your dentures properly:

  • Remove your dentures after eating and rinse them. This will help to remove any food particles that may be stuck to them.
  • Make sure you handle your denture with care. While cleaning, avoid bending the plastic or damaging the clasps. To avoid breaking your dentures if you drop them, hold them over a towel on the counter or in the sink while cleaning.
  • Clean your mouth after removing your dentures. Use a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a gentle mouthwash to clean your gums and tongue. Doing this can remove bacteria that may have gathered in your mouth over time.
  • Brush your dentures at least daily. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and a non-abrasive cleaning solution specially designed for cleaning dentures. Avoid using regular toothpaste, as it can be too abrasive and damage the surface of your dentures.
  • Soak dentures overnight. It will help remove any tough stains or deposits that may have built up on them during the day. Be sure to use a denture-soaking solution that is safe for the material of your dentures.
  • Dentures should be rinsed thoroughly before going back into your mouth, especially if you have used a denture-soaking solution. Some solutions contain chemicals that can be harmful if they are not rinsed off completely before you put your dentures back in.

As you age, it’s not uncommon for your jawbone to change shape. Your dentures may become loose as a result, making them more difficult to wear and increasing their likelihood of slipping out of place. It may also cause pain and damage to your gum tissue.

A denture reline is a simple dental procedure that involves adding new materials to the base of your denture to help it better conform to the contours of your mouth. Most dentists recommend having a reline done every two years for a comfortable and secure fit. 

In any case, if you already feel discomfort or if your dentures are loose, chipped, cracked, or discolored, it might be time to have them relined.

Dentures are an important investment in your oral health. Besides helping you eat and speak properly, they can also improve your appearance. Denture prices vary depending on the materials used and the type of denture. 

Complete dentures cost more than partial dentures, and dental implant-retained dentures cost more than conventional dentures. An upper denture can cost as little as $1,350, while complete dentures, both upper and lower, start at $2,350. Implant-retained dentures are costlier, starting at $21,000, but they are also the most secure and practical option. 

Please schedule a consultation appointment at Hills Family Dental Centre so our friendly customer care team can discuss your options and provide you with an accurate quote.

The answer depends on your level of cover. With a major dental extras cover, you can generally expect your health fund to cover the full cost of dentures. Some may even partially cover dental implant-retained or implant-supported dentures. 

Please contact your health fund provider to determine if your dental health insurance covers dentures.