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Removable Partial and Full Dentures in Adelaide

Many people of all ages find removable dentures satisfactory to replace lost teeth for a reasonable cost. Whilst we all wish for a perfect, strong and bright white smile, sadly there’s often a need for teeth to be replaced due to injury, damage or weakening of the tooth and gums.

Partial or Full Dentures

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures generally are made up of replacement teeth that are attached to a pink or gum coloured plastic base. This base is sometimes connected by a metal framework which works to hold the denture in place in the mouth therefore avoiding issues with surrounding teeth moving.

These are used if one or more of the initial, natural teeth still exist in the upper or lower jaw as the artificial teeth can be attached to them. Partial dentures are vitally important for both aesthetics (filling the space of the missing teeth) and functionality (preventing other teeth from changing position).

Full Dentures

Full or complete dentures refer to a full set of ‘false teeth’ which replace all of the upper, lower or both levels of teeth. They fit tightly over the gums and help the patient to enjoy practically normal speech and eating.

These can help to eliminate problems with both gum disease and the space left behind by the missing teeth. Full dentures are custom made and fitted to the mouth when the gum tissue is healthy and healed.

Maintaining your Dentures

It can be hard to keep your dentures in top condition therefore you may want to enlist the help of your dental surgery to ensure they are regularly cleaned and well maintained.

Dentures are made from a combination of metal and plastic therefore they are durable and should be long lasting. You may need to adapt some elements of your diet and take care when eating very chewy or hard foods.

At Marion Dental Clinic we have an on-site cleaning facility and in-house dental technician who can arrange quick turnaround for minor denture repairs.

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Preventative Dentistry
Comprehensive Dental Exam
Root Canal Treatment
Extraction & Minor Surgeries
Night Guards
Children Dentistry
Cosmetic Dentistry
Dental Crowns
Tooth-coloured Fillings
Dental Bridges
Dental Veneers
Teeth Whitening

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Loveable staff and excellent service! The doctor was fast and efficient and had a true patient-centred care about her. The entire interior is modern and kid friendly. Definitely coming back for many years! Toby Wilson

My first time seeing Quynh. She was attentive, professional and I felt that she genuinely cares about her patients. I will do my regular check-up with her from now on. The clinic was also clean and organized. Thanks a lot! Pouya Parseyan

Lovely colourful clinic and friendly staff. The dentist took the time to explain the details of the treatment I needed and made sure I was aware of all my options before I decided on a plan. Really helpful! I can’t recommend them highly enough! 🙂 Luna K

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Removable Partial and Full Dentures in Mitchell Park, Marion, Adelaide SA | Marion Dental Clinic

Marion Dental Clinic

Marion Dental | Dentist Marion | Adelaide

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08 8277 6025

Address

857 Marion Road, Mitchell Park SA 5043

Monday

9am – 7:00pm

Tuesday

9am – 5:30pm

Wednesday

9am – 5:30pm

Thursday

9am – 7:00pm

Friday

9am – 5:30pm

About Us

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Comprehensive Dental Exams

Going to the dentist doesn’t need to be a nerve wracking, expensive or time consuming experience. A good quality comprehensive dental examination will ...

Children Dentistry

Children dentistry requires a unique combination of skill, sensitivity and a sense of fun. At Marion Dental Clinic, we understand that this is such a fundamentally important area ...

Fissure Seals

You may brush your teeth twice a day, keep up a regular cleaning habit and use floss and mouthwash wherever possible. However there’s an additional measure you can make to help ...

Dental Bridges

Do you have a gap between your teeth or a missing tooth that’s had a real effect on your mouth or your smile? Bridges may be the answer for you if you’re looking at a solution ...

Cosmetic Dentistry

Many people have spent years being unhappy with the way their teeth look – however cosmetic procedures are a hugely helpful area of modern dentistry and help to create ...

Night Guards

It’s incredibly common to grind or clench your teeth at night, with the majority of people generally being unaware that they are doing it. Over time however it can become a real issue ...

Dental Crowns

Unlike removable devices such as dentures, which you can take out and clean daily, crowns and bridges are cemented onto existing teeth. Crowns are an excellent way to both protect ...

Extractions and Minor Surgeries

Although dentists will make every effort to save a tooth, sometimes the only option is to remove a tooth. It may seem like a daunting prospect but with the right dentist and the right ...

Tooth Coloured Fillings

Natural looking tooth-coloured fillings, or ‘white’ fillings, are also known as composite fillings and are a more modern dental material which can bond to tooth material and match the colour ...

Dental Veneers

Veneers cover the front surface of teeth in order to change and enhance their colour, shape, size or length. They are generally used to improve the aesthetics and well made ...

Root Canal Treatment

If you’ve ever experienced a decayed or infected tooth, you may have had root canal treatment. It’s a very common procedure which can repair or save teeth that have become badly ...

Partial and Full Dentures

Many people of all ages find removable dentures satisfactory to replace lost teeth for a reasonable cost. Whilst we all wish for a perfect, strong and bright white smile, sadly there’s ...

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