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Types of Dentures We Offer:

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Partial Dentures
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Full Dentures
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Implant-Supported Dentures

Why Replace Missing Teeth?

Missing teeth can impact not only your appearance but also your oral health. Discover the reasons to replace missing teeth, from maintaining proper jaw function to preventing further dental complications.

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Full Denture

A full denture is worn by patients who have lost all their teeth in either the upper or lower jaws, or both. The denture will replace your missing natural teeth and sit on the gum ridges, providing support to your lips and cheeks as well as maintaining the distance between your nose, mouth and chin. By choosing not to replace the missing teeth, this distance can become smaller over time.

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Partial Denture

A partial denture is used when a person still has one or more natural teeth remaining. The denture will replace the missing teeth and may be held in place by clasps that surround the remaining teeth. It may have an acrylic resin or metallic cobalt-chrome base. Your dentist may discuss these material options with you when planning for a denture.

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Implant-Retained Denture

A removable implant-retained denture is an alternative to the standard full lower denture. These dentures are partially supported and held in place by dental implants retained within the jawbone and partially supported by the gums. This denture can still be removed from the mouth by the person wearing it.

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    Zoom! Teeth Whitening

    To ensure you have a safe and comfortable experience, all our teeth whitening treatments start with a consultation with your dental practitioner to ensure your mouth is healthy and you are ready to whiten. They will advise the best teeth whitening system for you, (either an in-chair or a take home whitening treatment) and will answer any questions you may have.

    Wynnum Dentists are proud to be preferred providers for HCF, nib, CBHS and CBHS Corporate.

    We also provide dental treatment to Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) card holders, bulk bill dental treatment for eligible children through the Child Dental Benefits Scheme (CDBS) and accept QLD government emergency and general care vouchers.

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