Notice of Temporary Office Closure - Emergency patients only

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario strongly recommends that all dental offices suspend all non-essential and elective dental services. Your health is important to us and we will still be available to help you should you experience a dental emergency.

We will be answering our main phone line at Chemong Family Dental on Monday to Thursday 9:00am-4:00pm and Fridays 9:00am-2:00pm. If you have a dental emergency or a question or concern, please call our main office line for Chemong Family Dental 705-755-1100 or email chemongfamilydental@gmail.com

Thank you for your understanding and support during this unprecedented time. We will get through this together!

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Complete Dentures


If you have lost all your teeth due to injury, disease or poor oral hygiene, Denture Solutions in Peterborough can provide you with complete dentures. Complete dentures or full dentures are a removable device that sits over your gums and is custom fitted to fit your jawbone. With our modern technologies and advancements we can recreate your natural smile and restore your overall appearance while improving your overall health. Well-crafted dentures can restore your smile and allow you to have improved function, style and quality without compromising comfort.

Complete dentures are designed to provide optimum fit and function while eating, speaking, and smiling.

How do I know dentures are for me?

Your Denturist will provide you with the professional advice you need to make an informed decision regarding the denture choice that is best for you.

The importance of a thorough consultation and examination with your Denturist is essential. This consultation gives you the chance to discuss your concerns and the treatment options available to you. It also allows your Denturist the opportunity to assess your oral condition and address your needs and expectations.

Chewing efficiently is the first step in digestion. Once the food is minced to a consistency that is safe to swallow, acids in the stomach break down the food further for your body to use.

If you suffer from heartburn, acid reflux, or other stomach-related problems, this may be due to your lack of chewing ability, dull teeth or other related denture concerns.

How long should dentures last?

Dentures are no different than other dental/medical devices or prostheses, they require regular maintenance by your Denturist and will eventually need to be replaced.

Your Denturist is the professional who will advise you on your specific oral health needs and circumstances. Most dental insurance plans cover dentures every five years.

 

***Educational material reprinted with permission from The Denturist Association of Ontario (DAO) Copyright © 2014 The Denturist Association of Ontario.