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A full, beautiful smile that radiates joy is something we all yearn for, regardless of age. If you have missing or damaged teeth, you may find yourself constantly finding ways to hide your smile or avoid showing your teeth out of embarrassment.

Dentures also known as false teeth, are an excellent way to get your smile back. They are removable prosthetics crafted by our dentists or dental prosthetists to replace missing teeth and rejuvenate your smile. Whether you need full or partial dentures, our skilled prosthetists can provide you with a solution to suit your needs. Supported by surrounding structures and clasps, dentures fill in gaps left by missing teeth, improving your ability to eat and speak while maintaining your facial appearance and preventing sagging.


Have you lost a significant number of your teeth or have teeth that are severely damaged? Are you looking for an affordable solution to replace them and restore your ability to speak, eat and smile confidently? If so, dentures might be your best solution!

Many of our patients looking for tooth replacement solutions can benefit from dentures as they provide a functional and convenient replacement for missing teeth.

We recommend consulting with our trusted Mulgrave dentists to determine if dentures are the best tooth replacement option for you.


The benefits of dentures extend beyond just replacing missing teeth. Here are some other benefits they offer:

  • list iconDentures are custom-made to ensure comfort as much as possible.
  • list iconRegain your confidence and smile freely by restoring missing teeth.
  • list iconRestores your ability to eat and speak.
  • list iconMaintains facial structure and prevents facial sagging
  • list iconEasy to clean and maintain as they need only to be cleaned with a soft-bristled toothbrush and denture cleaning solution
  • list iconImproves oral health by reducing the risk of gum disease and tooth decay that can be caused by having missing teeth

Types of Dentures

  • list icon Full Dentures
  • Full dentures are for those who have lost most of their natural teeth. These dentures are of two types, conventional or immediate ,and they can replace all the teeth on the upper and lower jaw. Conventional dentures are fitted more than 2–3 months after the removal of teeth to allow healing of the gums. However, immediate dentures are fitted on the day of tooth removal to ensure patients aren’t left without teeth during the healing period. Realignment is usually required shortly after immediate dentures are fitted.
  • list icon Partial Dentures
  • A partial denture replaces one missing tooth or a group of teeth. They are attached to the remaining teeth in the arch with clasps or attachments and are made with acrylic or metal. Partial dentures are also of two main types: removable and fixed.

Restore function to your smile with fitted dentures!

The Process Of Getting Dentures

Getting dentures is a simple and smooth process at Purity Dental:

  1. First, we will take detailed impressions of your mouth. These impressions help create accurate moulds of your gums and any remaining teeth. We will also take measurements of your jaw and bite to ensure proper fit and alignment.
  2. Next, a preliminary model of your dentures is created. You will try on this model to check the fit, appearance, and bite. Adjustments may be made as necessary, to ensure comfort and natural-looking results.
  3. Once you are satisfied with the fit and appearance of the trial dentures, the final dentures will be fabricated and fitted in by our skilled dentist.
  4. All that’s left to do after is follow our simple after-care instructions and attend your regular 6-month checkups to ensure your oral health is on track. As your mouth changes shape over time, you may need to reline your dentures to ensure a proper and comfortable fit.

The process may also vary based on your specific needs and unique condition, so it’s important to work closely with our dentist to achieve the best results.

How do I eat with dentures?

New dentures can feel bulky and awkward during the initial weeks. Mouth sores can develop, and your gums may need time to get used to the new dentures. However, after the first few weeks, your mouth will adapt to your dentures, Practising, eating, speaking, and taking them in and out correctly from your mouth will help further.

When eating for the first time, start with soft foods such as soup cooked vegetables, soft cereals or ground meat. Take small bites and chew on both sides of the mouth to keep even pressure on the denture. During the early stages, taste can be different, but this should improve with time. It can sometimes also be hard to judge the temperature of food and drink so be careful when consuming meals immediately after getting your dentures to avoid burning your mouth..

Eventually, you’ll be able to eat almost anything! However, you may want to avoid some hard foods that may dislodge or even break your denture.

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To keep your mouth healthy and prevent infections or inflamed gums, it’s important to care for your dentures. They should be cared for in the same way you care for your natural teeth. The best way to do this is by cleaning your dentures to remove plaque buildup. Make sure to:

  • list iconClean your dentures in the morning and before going to bed at night. You may also clean your dentures after eating when necessary.
  • list iconRemove your dentures before cleaning.
  • list iconClean all the surfaces of your dentures using a soft-bristled toothbrush. Avoid using toothpaste as it can scratch the denture surfaces.
  • list iconClean your dentures with mild soap and water or a mild denture cleaning solution.
  • list iconBe gentle and firm when holding the dentures. Avoid holding the lower dentures at the ends, as it might cause them to snap due to the pressure.
  • list iconRinse with water and store your dentures in a dry container.

If you have remaining natural teeth, don’t forget to clean them when your dentures are out of your mouth.



When you visit our dental practice in Mulgrave, our dentist will perform a comprehensive assessment of your mouth. Depending on your needs, the type of dentures used, and the materials used, we will provide an accurate estimate of the cost.
We also offer flexible payment plans to ensure you have access to the quality dental care you deserve. If you’re interested, talk to our friendly team, and we’ll walk you through our financing options.



Dentures are a great way to get your oral health and smile back on track. At Purity Dental, our dental professionals are highly skilled and experienced in restorative dentistry. Using the latest technology and techniques, our dental prosthetists will create a custom denture just for you and ensure effective, convenient and comfortable treatment.

Visit our Mulgrave clinic to determine your eligibility and let’s get started on your new smile as soon as possible. Our team is always available for all your dental needs.

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Eat, talk & smile with confidence. Get your dentures today.