Adding New Base Material
Relining Dentures to Keep Your Smile Strong & Healthy
Denture relines consist of adding new base material to the tissue side of a denture in order to make it fit properly. This process will require Denturist taking an impression of your existing denture.
Our Denturist will ensure that nothing on your denture changes; only the fit of the denture will. Your appearance and teeth will remain the same.
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How Our Denture Clinic Makes A Difference
Treating Loss of Teeth, Weight or Bone
Adjusting the Fit of Your Dentures with Relines
- Loss of weight
- Loss of teeth
- Loss of bone
- Disease or illness
Smile Denture and Implant Clinic in Ottawa is happy to offer a full range of denture services including full dentures, partial dentures and implant supported dentures. In our Ottawa denture clinic, we offer customized treatment plans and affordable cost of dentures that will suit your needs, lifestyle and budget.
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What’s the difference between a Soft & Hard Reline?
A hard denture reline is used for all full dentures. Hard denture relines involve removing a layer of the plastic interior surface and filling it with a putty-like material to mold to your mouth. This accurate mold is then used to adjust your dentures accordingly, resulting in a snug and comfortable fit.
A soft denture reline is used when a patient has sore spots or tender gums. Softer and more pliable material is used to reline the denture. Soft liners can be applied to new or old dentures, depending on the patient’s needs.
Contact us to find out which type of denture reline is best for you!
How long does it take for a denture reline?
The denture reline process takes less than 10 minutes to complete. The reline material used to mold your relined denture requires time to dry. This ensures that you leave our offices with perfectly relined dentures.
Our clinic works fast and efficiently to ensure your dentures are relined properly. Contact us today for more information on our denture relining services.
Does relining my dentures change their appearance?
The way that your dentures look will not change after a denture relining. Our denturists ensure that nothing changes on your dentures except the fit. Naturally, your gums and dentures will undergo changes throughout the year, so relining is meant to maintain the way they fit in your mouth.
Contact our Ottawa clinic if you are in need of a denture reline.
Why do I need to get my dentures relined?
Over the years, your gums and denture will go through natural changes. This can be seen through the loss of weight, loss of teeth, loss of bone, aging, or disease or illness. Denture relining is required when tissue changes so that your dentures continue to fit naturally and comfortably.
Contact our clinic for more information on denture relining.
What’s involved in a denture relining?
Denture relining is a quick and easy process. Our denturists line your denture with a paste and then places it in your mouth while you gently bite on it. In order to mold the reline material for an optimal fit, you may be required to move your mouth in various directions. Any excess material is then removed.
Contact our Ottawa clinic to speak to our denturist about denture relining.