Waterloo Denture Clinic’s FAQ: Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions
Whether you’re a new or returning client at Waterloo Denture Clinic in Ontario, you probably have questions about your dentures and how to best care for them. That’s why we’ve gathered our top 10 frequently asked questions here, along with their answers, for your easy reference:
Q: How often should I replace my dentures?
A: We recommend replacing your dentures at a five-year interval or sooner if they are causing you difficulty. We also recommend you have them checked annually by your denturist. Contact us to schedule an appointment!
Q: Do you do all of the work on the premises?
A: Yes, we do all of the work in-house, apart from partial denture frameworks, which allows us to provide you with the most personalized service and product.
Q: What should I clean my dentures with?
A: There are several brands of denture cleaners available. While they all work well, we always recommend to avoid abrasive cleaners that may scratch the denture surface and may make stains stick to the denture. We also sell a very effective denture cleaner in our office.
Q: How often should I take my dentures out?
A: While most people don’t like the thought of taking their dentures out, your mouth does need a rest from the appliance. If you tend to sleep with your dentures in, we recommend you take them out at least two hours a day and or recommend that you take out your dentures every night.
Q: How long does it take to repair my broken denture?
A: We can often repair your denture while-you-wait. If the repair is more involved, we generally require you to leave it for a few hours.
Q: How long does it take to reline/re-base my denture?
A: We can re-base your denture in one day.
Q: Do you offer precision or premium dentures?
A: Yes. While all of our dentures are made specifically for you, we do offer a precision denture service that provides you with the best-fitting and most natural-looking denture possible.
Q: Do you offer implant dentures?
A: Yes, we do. Our office works in conjunction with several dentists and oral surgeons that can place implants when required.
Q: Do you offer a free consultation?
A: Yes, we do. All of our consultations are free and of no obligation.