Revitalize Your Appearance With Full & Partial Dentures


Custom-made prosthetic dental appliances that are used to replace missing teeth, dentures have been a trusted option for countless patients for decades thanks to their realistic aesthetic, affordability, and durability. At Bloor Dental Clinic in Toronto, we’re proud to offer our patients full and partial dentures.

What's the difference between full and partial dentures?

Full dentures are designed to replace an entire arch of teeth on the top or bottom jaw. A full set of dentures consists of a full row of artificial teeth that are attached to a base that is coloured to match the gums, and sometimes includes a metal framework for added support.

Partial dentures are typically used when natural teeth remain in the mouth and these dental appliances are designed to fill in any gaps. Unlike full dentures, partials often rely on a metal framework for support and fit between existing teeth.

Once I decide I’d like to have one or more dentures, what’s next?

Having one or more dentures custom-made for your unique smile is a multi-step process that involves taking impressions of your mouth, having custom-made dentures fabricated, adjusting the dentures to fit comfortably, and having them installed. You can trust that our dental experts will ensure that your denture(s) fit well, and that you’ll be provided with recommendations on how to adjust to wearing them.

Is there an ideal candidate for dentures?

While dentures can be a great solution for patients who have lost some or all of their natural teeth, they may not be the ideal solution for some patients. We encourage you to get in touch with us today to discuss your unique situation.

If you're interested in learning more about dental full and partial dentures, call us today! We can help answer any questions you may have and provide the quality care you deserve!


Contact Bloor Dental Clinic About Full & Partial Dentures Today

  • Eat, smile, & speak with confidence
  • Enjoy a tooth-replacement option that’s made to look like your natural teeth
  • Restore lost facial volume caused by tooth extraction
  • Eat the foods you love again
  • Prioritize your smile!

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