Dentures Options

Do you have missing or damaged teeth and find it difficult to perform everyday tasks such as chewing and speaking? Maybe it’s time you thought about dentures as a replacement to your worn out teeth. Whether you are missing just a few teeth or require an entire upper or lower set of teeth, there are dentures available to correct the problem. 
Stoney Trail Dental can help get you back to enjoying life again beginning with a free denture consultation

What are Dentures?

Dentures are available in either partial or full sets. Depending on how many teeth you need a replacement for will determine the type of dentures you need. Each artificial set of teeth is carefully constructed to custom fit within your mouth. With new technology and state of the art composition, your dentures will give your mouth back its normal function and provide a beautiful smile.

Denture Styles


Partial and Full/Complete Dentures
Full dentures are exactly what they sound like – a complete set of artificial teeth for either your upper or lower jaw or both. A complete set of dentures replaces all your teeth and is formed on a gum coloured base. Partial dentures replace just a few missing teeth and are usually affixed on a metal frame.
  • Composed of hard resin
  • Dentures can chip or break easier than natural teeth but replacements can be made
  • Constructed to look like your natural gums and teeth using a resin product or polymer. Fitted to your mouth for comfort and support
  • Gives your mouth the support it needs to maintain a normal appearance
  • Always requires cleaning and removing before you go to sleep


Immediate Dentures
  • Made from a mould of your original teeth before tooth extraction
  • Custom-fit to your mouth and refitted as necessary to accommodate the changes in your gums
  • Worn during the healing stage after your teeth have been extracted
  • No longer needed once your permanent dentures are completed


  • Fitted over your natural teeth, roots or implants
  • Can be removed
  • Used when you have a few of your teeth remaining


Implant Supported Dentures
  • Securely affixed to your dental implants
It is important to keep your dentures clean.
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Denture Stabilization

Do you have a hard time chewing your meals because your dentures keep slipping about? Are your dentures making it hard to talk? Stoney Trail Dental can help you comfortably eat and speak with help from denture stabilization.

Denture stabilization is the retrofitting of your existing dentures with snap-on attachments fitted on dental implants.
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What are Implant Supported Dentures?

Implants are inserted into your jawbone to help stop bone tissue loss. When connected to your implants, your dentures provide better functioning of your mouth. You can choose between permanently fixed or removable dentures. Whatever you are most comfortable with, we can provide.

4 Key Benefits of Denture Stabilization

  • Prevents facial shape changes resulting from jawbone recession
  • More comfortable for you than traditional dentures
  • A wonderful lower cost option compared to paying for multiple individual implants
  • Avoids painful chewing sores that are often a reaction from traditional dentures
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How do you know if you are a candidate for dental implants?

Are you missing teeth but still have plenty of jawbone? If your answer is yes, then you are likely a terrific candidate for implant supported dentures. 

Once your dentist takes a comprehensive examination of your jaw, he/she will know which treatment options to provide you. 

Stoney Trail Dental specialists will take 3D images and x-rays to make sure you are getting the precise treatment needed for your situation. You will be ready for the next step in no time at all.

What is the process for denture stabilization?

After your denture stabilization consultation, follow up appointments and education sessions, you will be ready to smile bright with a new set of teeth. It won’t even seem like you are going in for a dental procedure as dental stabilization can often be completed in one day.

If you need any teeth extracted, this will be done first, then dental implants are placed in an arch in your mouth. Once these two procedures are complete, your set of esthetically pleasing dentures are attached. 

After the complete treatment, you may even notice you have stronger chewing capabilities. When your implants have healed, you will see the dentist for the final set of customized new dentures.

Don't let your dentures stop you from doing what you love. 

Rediscover the full capabilities of your mouth with implant supported dentures. You will gain confidence and can have as many conversations with your friends as you like, without the struggle for words to come out.
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  • Keep your dentures clean by running them under cool water to eliminate the buildup of food
  • Always give your dentures a final rinse after cleaning
  • Make sure to take care of your gums and remaining natural teeth with the use of a soft toothbrush, fluoride toothpaste and/or a soft cloth
  • To avoid mishaps during your sleep, be sure to remove your dentures before going to bed
  • Do not use regular toothpaste on your dentures as it will harm the surface or cause damage to the resin. There are special cleansers created to keep your dentures looking and functioning properly. Your dentist will recommend products that are ideal for cleaning your new dentures
  • Take care to keep your dentures from drying out by placing them in some warm water when not in use. Specially made solutions are also an option as long as your dentures do not contain any metal parts.
You want to have the use of your teeth to enjoy eating whatever you please, so why not come get an assessment for your new dentures? Not only will you look better but you’ll be able to enjoy the proper functionality of a full set of teeth.
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