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Custom Dentures for Optimal Results

If you’re missing one or more teeth, our teeth reconstruction experts will assess your individual needs and determine if dentures are the right solution for you. We use advanced diagnostic tools to evaluate the condition of your remaining teeth, gums, and jawbone to ensure a precise fit and optimal results.

Our goal is to restore your natural confidence, restore chewing function, supporting oral structures, quality of life and overall oral health with custom-crafted dentures that look and feel like your own teeth.

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Dentures Treatment From Start To Finish

At Cornerstone, We understand the importance of timely diagnosis and treatment. That’s why we offer comprehensive dentures treatment from start to finish, all under one roof.

Our expert dentists will diagnose your needs, create a personalised treatment plan, and craft custom dentures that fit comfortably and look natural. Trust us to guide you through the entire process with care and precision.


When is it necessary to perform this treatment?

Dentures are necessary when tooth loss or extensive damage requires a comprehensive solution, restoring the natural appearance and function of your teeth.

At Cornerstone Dentistry, our experienced team recommends dentures when other treatments are not viable, ensuring a comfortable, confident, and healthy smile.

Questions & Answers

Frequently Asked Questions

Dentures are removable prosthetic devices used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissue, restoring oral function and appearance.

There are two main types: full dentures (replacing a full arch of teeth) and partial dentures (replacing one or more teeth). Additionally, there are implant-supported dentures and immediate dentures.

With proper care, dentures can last 5-10 years or more. However, they may need to be relined or rebased over time to ensure a comfortable fit.

Initially, dentures may feel awkward or uncomfortable. However, most people adapt quickly, and modern dentures are designed for comfort and functionality.

Yes, with dentures, you can eat most foods, but it’s essential to chew slowly and carefully. Avoid sticky, hard, or crunchy foods that can damage dentures or cause discomfort.

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