Denture Services

Dentures, very simply, are a removable plate of teeth that people can use in place of natural teeth that have been lost or had to be removed. Dentures are a common part of life for many individuals and can be needed for a variety of reasons. Dentures shouldn’t only be associated with old age because dentists may recommend them to aid with a variety of health and cosmetic problems, including the loss of a majority of teeth to decay or serious injury, difficulty eating and speaking, or a patient’s lack of confidence in his/her appearance. It’s estimated that by 2020 at least 39 million people in the U.S. will have or need dentures. If you think you may eventually need the solution a set of dentures can provide, here’s some information about how they’re used, and what situations they’re ideal for.

The Basics

This is a tricky question loaded with many answers! Many people find it hard to acknowledge the fact that they could possibly need dentures - either partial ones or whole month ( complete ) ones. Embarrassment and cost factors are really the two main reasons for this. Daryl Bonnell (Denturist) at The Dental & Denture Office says, " This is a normal thought for people who wonder about dentures as an option." His advice is to book a consultation with him and feel free to ask questions that you want to without embarrassment or anxiety. He is there to help you by providing options and choices for you, so that you can make an informed decision. A decision that suits your needs practically and financially! Eating and socializing bring joy to life. Let the Dental & Denture Office help you achieve a healthy smile - with your own teeth or with the options of Partial or Complete Dentures. Dentist and Denturist under one roof If you have questions about your teeth, oral hygiene, implants, crowns, or dentures feel free to drop by the Dental and Denture Office @ James to book a free consult with our Dentist- Dr. Kal Bonnell or our Denturist - Daryl Bonnell. Together, in one convenient location our patients have the best of both worlds when it comes to dental or denture treatment options! Our Doctor or Denturist can promptly conference with each other in order to meet the individual needs or concerns of each of our patients. This is advantageous for all of our patients! One place, one stop......Don't hesitate to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you and welcome any questions or concerns you may have!

Dentures can be used to replace missing teeth or to replace teeth that are weak and will eventually cause problems. They can come as a full set of teeth or a partial set of just the teeth that are missing. ‘Conventional’ dentures are attached directly to the gums and can be supported by the natural teeth left in the mouth (if there are any). On the other hand, implant-supported dentures are used when it’s necessary to attach a base to the jawbone and then the dentures are attached to the base. A visit to the dental clinic will help each individual determine which type may be needed.

Full Dentures


Whenever an entire set of teeth have to be replaced, a set of full dentures are used. These sets of dentures come in two separate parts, one to replace the upper teeth and the other to replace the lower. An acrylic base is attached to the teeth in the upper and lower sets that allows them to be set directly and firmly over the gums in both areas of the mouth. The complete removal of all natural teeth causes the jawbone to reshape over time, so dentists will often make a temporary set of dentures and wait for the jaw to settle before creating the permanent set of full dentures.

Partial Dentures

The Dope on Different Dentures

Partial dentures are used when only a few teeth need to be replaced. They typically feature metal clasps on their ends that hook onto the two surrounding natural teeth that remain. They can also be attached more securely with precision attachments or through help from pre existing crowns.

At the Dental and Denture Office, we understand that each patient deserves options provided by medical professionals who can answer questions and ease concerns. For questions or to set up an appointment in Oakville, please call us at (905) 815-8208.