Full & Partial Dentures in Kanata

Fixed & Removable Denture Options

Dentures are designed for patients who have lost some, or all of their natural teeth. When looking at your options for restorative dental care, dentures are generally the solution as they allow you to reclaim your ability to eat, chew and speak normally after you’ve suffered from significant tooth loss.

Missing a large number of teeth affects your smile, your oral health and even your overall health. If you’ve experienced severe tooth loss in Kanata or Ottawa, request a free consultation with our denturist at Village Green Dental Care. During your consultation, we’ll walk you through choosing between partial or full dentures 
to meet your restorative needs. 

If you’re considering getting dentures in Kanata, you can rely on the denture experts at Village Green Dental.

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When it comes to choosing a dental clinic in Kanata,
there are plenty of options. Between our five-star rated
patient experience and recent move to a new, state-of-
the-art dental clinic, we believe that we’re one of the
best options available.
We have been providing patient-centered dental care to
patients from Kanata and all over Ottawa for years now
and aim to improve your oral health with our honest
approach to dentistry. Before any dental treatments
begin, we make sure to educate our patients on the
latest technology and dental techniques to ensure
comfort during every visit. We promise that excellent,
compassionate, and empathetic dental care will be
provided to each patient.

Great Location

Our large new dental clinic is conveniently
located in a central part of Kanata right beside
the Trans-Canada Highway. Our location is newly
renovated and completely modern.


Modern Equipment

With the move to our new location, we’ve
purchased new equipment and new furniture to
ensure comfort during your visit. Ready to see
Kanata’s newest dental clinic? Visit us!


Outstanding Service

Our top priority is patient care. We tailor all of our
dental treatments to the needs of our patients and
are proud to be as honest as possible during all
consultations, checkups and cleanings.

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Different Types of Full Dentures

Immediate, Standard, & Implant Dentures in Kanata

Depending on your unique needs, we can help you choose between the 3 main types of full dentures: immediate, standard, and implant-supported dentures.

  • Immediate Dentures – This type of full denture is intended for temporary used following teeth extractions to allow your gums to heal before getting your actual set of full dentures.
  • Standard Dentures – Otherwise known as conventional or complete dentures, standard dentures are meant to be worn permanently and are designed to look and feel just like your natural teeth. 
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – A type of full denture which is held in place via dental implants. Dental implants are placed in the jawbone and held provide additional support and stability. 

Schedule a denture consultation with our team to find out which type of dentures are best suited for you!

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Are Partial Dentures a Better Option for me?

The Benefits of Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are an ideal solution for those who are only missing some of their natural teeth. Some of the main benefits of getting partial dentures include:

  • Improve Ability to Chew
  • Easy to Get Used to
  • Prevent Teeth from Shifting
  • Increase Confidence
  • Fast Fabrication Process
  • Simple to Clean

If you’re missing some of your teeth, partial dentures can help you regain confidence in your smile and in your ability to eat and speak. Contact us to find out if partial dentures are right for you.

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Denture FAQs

Village Green Dental Care offers 3 main types of full dentures: immediate, standard, and implant-supported dentures. We also have partial denture options as well!

Contact our team of dental experts today to learn more about our denture options.

It really depends on the specific type of dentures, the materials used, and your oral hygiene habits. However, you should typically expect a set of dentures to last anywhere from 5-10 years – with a denture reline or rebase within that timeframe.

Dentures are universally regarded as the best solution for replacing your missing teeth. Despite the technological advancements in the denture industry, if you’ve never worn dentures before they will take some time to get used to.

You may experience some minor irritation, difficulties with speaking, and some challenges with eating, but after a few weeks of practice and getting accustomed to your dentures, you should feel comfortable confident with your new dentures.

Depending on whether or not you have removable dentures, it’s considered a good practice to remove your dentures at night to give your gum tissues an opportunity to rest. However, if you just received a set of immediate dentures, they should typically be left in for at least 24 hours after tooth removal surgery.

Just like you would with your natural teeth, your dentures need to be properly cared for and cleaned. When cleaning your dentures, make sure to avoid abrasive toothpastes and coarse bristle toothbrushes. 

When removing your dentures overnight, brush your gums and remaining natural teeth thoroughly while having your dentures submerged in water. There are also specific denture cleaning products available – just make sure to consult with a denturist to ensure you’re getting the right products.

Custom made dentures are an ideal solution for replacing missing teeth and provide a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Improve speech
  • Enhance ability to chew food
  • Increase confidence in your smile
  • Support facial muscles

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