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Not sure if you need a reline? Do you notice your dentures moving when you speak or chew? Is food getting underneath your denture? Has it been more than three years since you've had anything done to your denture? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then it is probably time to consider a reline of your denture. Schedule an appointment with us so that we can help keep your dentures in tip-top shape.

The bone in your mouth is constantly shrinking after you've had teeth extracted. Typically within 2-3 years after having a denture made, the bone in your mouth will have shrunk enough that the denture will start to move. It's this gradual shrinkage of the bone that causes the denture to get loose, not the shape of the denture changing.

In order to reline your denture, we need to take it away in order to work on it. We know this is a big inconvenience for you! In most cases, a reline of your denture can be done in one day. Visit us first thing in the morning, and your denture will be ready and waiting to be picked up that same afternoon.


Have you broken your denture? Don't worry! All denture repairs are done on-site, meaning that you'll have your denture back quickly. In most cases repairing your denture only takes a couple of hours. Additions of teeth or clasps to a partial denture may take longer but can still be done within a few hours.

Many people think that when we perform a repair to a broken denture that we simply “glue” it back together, which is not true. Any time a denture is repaired, a new acrylic is placed in the area where the breakage was, ensuring a strong repair.

While having your denture repaired, you are more than welcome to wait in our waiting room or there are several coffee shops and restaurants within walking distance from our clinic. In the time it takes you to have a coffee there’s a good chance that your denture can be repaired.



From dentures and implants to teeth whitening and anti-snoring devices, we offer it all!

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