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Launceston Dentaltown are able to provide suitable patients high-quality dentures (also known as false teeth or plates) that look good, feel good, and last a long time. Our highly trained gentle Launceston dentists will take our time to listen to your needs first so we can provide the best option for you and discuss the fees upfront. We offer “easy pay” plans for eligible patients so you can get the treatment done quickly and pay later. Call us on 6326 GENTLE (63264368) or book online here on our home page.


What are dentures?


Dentures are natural-looking replacement teeth that are removable. There are two types of dentures: full and partial.


  • Full dentures are given to patients when all of the natural teeth have been removed. Conventional full dentures are placed after the gum tissue has healed, which can take several months. Immediate full dentures are placed immediately after the teeth have been removed and may require frequent adjustments during the first couple of months of use.


  • Partial dentures are attached to a either a metal framework or acrylic base that is fit in place with your natural teeth and are used to fill in where permanent teeth have been removed. Partial dentures may possibly be a removable alternative to bridges.


How do I know if dentures are the right choice for me?


Dentures are not for everyone. If you're interested in learning more about dentures and want to know if they are the right choice for you, please schedule an appointment. Our Launceston Dentaltown Dentists will be happy to answer any questions you might have and can determine the best course of treatment for your ongoing dental health.


Caring for your dentures


Dentures, just like natural teeth, require daily maintenance to stay clean and keep bacteria from growing inside of your mouth. Keep your dentures clean and your smile healthy:


  • When handling your dentures, stand over a clean, folded towel or a sink full of water. This way, if you accidentally drop your dentures, they are less likely to break.

  • Your dentures are not immune from plaque and tartar build-up, so it's important that you brush your dentures every day. To brush your dentures, use a soft-bristled brush and gently brush the surfaces of the dentures, being careful not to break or bend the plastic. Between brushings, it's important to rinse your dentures after each meal.

  • Use a gentle cleanser to clean your dentures. Many kinds of toothpaste, household cleaners, and mouthwashes can be too hard on your dentures, so it is recommended that you use a mild hand or dish soap to get your dentures clean. Ask your Launceston Dentaltown Dentist about which products may be best for you.


  • Even if you have a full set of dentures, it's important to keep your gums and tongue clean. Be sure to use a soft-bristled brush to gently clean your gums and tongue every day.



If by chance your dentures do break, please contact our Launceston Dentaltown Dentists and schedule an appointment as soon as possible. Broken dentures that don't fit properly can cause irritation to your gums and mouth. Also, remember to continue scheduling regular dental checkups every six months to make sure that your smile stays healthy for many years to come.

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