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Looking for something different in your denture?
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We get many requests from patients who want to customise their dentures. Whether it be making the teeth look more natural by individually tinting and colouring each denture or having a one on one with our technicians to set the teeth exactly how you want them. So if you want that tooth 'bling' and individuality, come in and see Darius or Tom at All Smiles Dentures Clinic today!

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New Dentures - Will it be difficult to eat?
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Will it be difficult to eat?

Initially it may be difficult to eat, as your mouth is still getting used to the feel of the denture and your muscles take time to adjust. Over a short period of time, it should become easier once you are used to the dentures. Start with soft foods and make sure to chew evenly on each side. Avoid hard and sticky foods for example, lollies & toffees and chewing gum.

Honestly, there are so many types of dentures, some are easier to manage than others - Darius will be able to give you more information based on your individual mouth and denture needs.

Common Questions regarding Dentures
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How long will it take to have dentures made and fitted?

This depends on the type of denture. It takes approximately two weeks for full lower and upper dentures to be made. Partial dentures will also take two weeks, however, partial chrome dentures will take four weeks to be made.

Is the process done in your clinic or do I need to go to a hospital?

All procedures are carried out in our fully equipped clinic.

Is it painful?

There is no pain involved in the procedure and we will go to every length to ensure that your experience with us is a pleasant one.

Can I claim the dentures on Medicare or private health insurance?

Yes. If you have private health cover we can make most claims on the spot with hicaps which is processed electronically.

No. You cannot claim with Medicare.

Is there anything I need to do before I have the procedure?

No, there is no need to do anything, you do not need a referral to see a Dental Prosthetist.