Custom made dentures

Saunders Denture & Mouth Guard Clinic supplies and fits full and partial dentures, creating custom-made products that will restore your smile and your confidence. 

Choosing your dentures

 When you first come to see us, our experienced dental prosthetist will do a detailed assessment of your teeth and mouth and advise you on the denture options available. We will then work with you to find the best custom denture solution for your mouth and lifestyle. There are many different options to choose from, depending on your preferences, the condition of your remaining teeth, and your budget.

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Denture options

Full dentures

Full dentures replace all of the natural teeth in either the upper or lower jaw. They are best for people who have lost all of their natural teeth. The dentures are created just for you to mimic your natural smile and to ensure a comfortable fit.

Partial dentures

Partial dentures are custom-made, removable prosthetics that fit around the remaining natural teeth. These are a great option if you have lost multiple teeth throughout your mouth but are not ready for full dentures.

Flexible Partial Dentures

If you need to replace some missing teeth (1-6 teeth recommended), Flexible Partial Dentures are a more affordable option that help many people regain confidence in their smile without the expense of an implant or bridge. Saunders Denture Clinics provide complimentary assessment to help you decide which denture option best suits your needs.

Same Day Denture Repairs

Being without your dentures can really cramp your style, so we offer a same-day denture repair service. Just give us a call as soon as there is a problem and we will have your sorted in no time! 


Caring for your dentures

With proper care, your dentures will last for years.
Saunders Denture Clinic can provide all the necessary equipment to keep your dentures sparkling, including cleaning liquids and powders, brushes, ultrasonic cleaners (denture baths) and more.

How to clean dentures

Run water over your dentures to remove food debris and other loose particles.
Brush your dentures at least daily with a soft bristled brush and a non-abrasive denture cleaner.

Cleaning your mouth

When you remove your dentures, you should also clean your mouth. Use a soft bristled brush on your natural teeth, tongue, cheeks and roof of your mouth

Do I need to soak my dentures?

Despite the age old cliché of the glass of dentures by the bed, you don't need to soak your dentures, as long as you clean them regularly (but you can if you want to). If you want to freshen them up, you can also rinse them in some peppermint Listerine.

Ongoing maintenance

Just like your natural teeth, you should schedule regular checkups at least every couple of years to ensure your dentures remain a perfect fit and you any issues can be picked up early before they become costly repairs down the track. A regular professional clean is also a great way to keep your dentures in great condition. 

Denture Cleaning Service

Our gentle cleaning process removes stains and deposits that can build up on dentures over time, leaving you feeling more comfortable and confident with your dentures.


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