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Bio-functional Prosthetic System


The Valplast Flexible Partial

Denture Replacement

Partial, and Full Dentures

Denture Relining

Temporary and Permanent
Before and after bleaching or whitening treatment, isolated

When Should You Replace Your Dentures?

What Everyone With Dentures Should Know

Dentures have a useful life of about five years. However, your denturist is the most qualified person to tell you when a denture needs replacing. An annual check-up to have your prosthesis reviewed and cleaned is a great way to have your denturist assess the condition of your dentures, especially considering that most major problems concerning dentures go unnoticed by patients until it is sometimes too late.

Denture Wearers Tend To Develop Bad Habits

These habits often require adjusting, a new base, or even complete replacement. If you are unsure as to whether or not your denture needs replacement, review the following signs.
  • It does not adhere to your gums like it used to.

  • The denture feels loose.

  • You are unable to chew your food properly.

  • You find that it makes your face look older.

  • The color of the denture has yellowed substantially.

  • It is the cause of discomfort and/or pain.

On-site Construction

Because the denturist and technicians construct your prosthesis themselves, on-site at NDC, they actually minimize the impact of changes. When you replace your dentures, our professionals are able to make sure that your new dentures conform to the changes that your face and oral structures have undergone over time.

Wearing dentures that are 10 or 15 years old inevitably causes changes to your mouth that are often irreversible. The longer you delay replacing your dentures, the more your appearance and your comfort will be affected. These are changes that occur very gradually and without you noticing.


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