Dentures in Edmonton

At Janz Family Dental, our denture solutions are customized to meet your individual needs, using cutting-edge technology to ensure a perfect fit and a natural appearance. Whether partial dentures to fill gaps or complete dentures to replace an entire row, our goal is to restore your confidence and enhance your quality of life. With our range of options, you can regain the freedom to eat, speak, and smile without hindrance, helping you feel comfortable and confident in your everyday interactions.


Complete Dentures

Regain your smile fast! Immediate or conventional full dentures to restore natural bite & speech in weeks


Partial Dentures

Prevent misalignment with partial dentures. Acrylic replacements connected by metal, fitting around existing teeth.


Implant-Supported Dentures

Dentures are attached to dental implants and can be placed in the upper or lower jaw. A strong jawbone is necessary to support the implant.

About Partial & Complete Dentures

Partial dentures – ideal for filling gaps of a few missing teeth, are held in place by clasping onto nearby natural teeth, promoting easier cleaning and improved oral functionality.

Complete dentures – also known as “false teeth,” are employed when all teeth are missing, enhancing smile aesthetics and functions such as chewing, biting, and talking.

Both types of dentures are removable, with complete dentures staying in place via suction. The process for both involves taking dental impressions, with the dentures ready in about one to two weeks. If tooth extraction is necessary, it’s performed just before denture insertion.



How to Care for Your Dentures

New dentures will initially feel strange, but taking proper care will allow them to last long. To ensure this, you must take certain steps, such as:

  • Cleaning your dentures every day
  • Cleaning your gums and tongue after removing dentures
  • Soaking dentures in water or a denture-soaking solution overnight
  • Rinsing thoroughly before inserting the denture back in your mouth
  • Looking for cracks in your dentures and getting them repaired in time