Full & Partial Dentures can last up to a decade if maintained properly, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be some hiccups along the way. That’s why Crofton Dental Care is happy to offer emergency denture repairs when you experience pain or discomfort due to broken dentures. Through our expertise and technologically advanced equipment, we’re able to provide our denture fixing service quickly, comfortably, and cost-effectively. With a passion for Dental Care and exquisite service, our specialists are ready to help at a moment’s notice.
Frequently asked questions
Can dentures be fixed properly at a dentist?
Through Crofton Dental’s extensive experience both making and repairing dentures, we’ll have your dental appliance feeling as comfortable as the day you got it. We understand that dentures are integral to carrying out your everyday life as they’re involved in eating, talking, and smiling. That’s why we’ll want to be certain your dentures are perfect before you walk out of our office.
What kinds of dentures do you repair?
It doesn’t matter if they’re full, partial, or were made by an entirely different dentist, Crofton Dental Care is able to repair any kind of denture you might be experiencing difficulties with. No matter the severity of the broken denture.
What causes dentures to break?
In order to be comfortable once installed, dentures are generally made from a pink acrylic to mimic the appearance of your natural gums. Over time it’s possible for this acrylic to weaken and crack under the pressure of foods while chewing.
Can’t I just fix my dentures at home?
While many denture owners have attempted to use DIY solutions for repairing their dentures, it is very ill-advised. Super glue and other adhesives are toxic, and you should never put them in your mouth. We utilize fast-acting dental adhesives and other solutions that are proven to be completely safe.
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