The latest launch from Minuk Digital Denture and Implant Centre provides denture wearers with a cost-effective and durable method of refitting existing dentures for a more secure overall fit.
Over time, the shape of the mouth and gums changes due to jawbone deterioration. This results in dentures that no longer fit as comfortably or securely as they once did. Relining adds more acrylic to the fitting side of the dentures creating a tighter more secure fit.
The centre’s relining services can be completed within one day. Clients can come in for an early appointment around 8 to 8:30 am and pick up the finished dentures around 2 pm. Adding fresh acrylic to a new impression of the mouth makes for a tighter, more comfortable fit. Some denture wearers may opt for a soft liner typically added to the lower denture for extra cushion and support.
Loose dentures can be extremely frustrating and cause issues eating, speaking as well as possibly causing denture sores. A yearly free check-up with one of the Denturists at the clinic will allow them to ensure the fit is optimal.
Other options include a tissue conditioner – a temporary reline procedure that assists the healing process after an immediate placement. The denture is refitted in response to gum shrinkage after extractions. This takes just one hour to complete and can be performed chair-side.
Clients who have concerns and issues with their dentures can call the clinic to schedule a check-up or house call. The Denturists at Minuk Denture Clinic will be able to assess the current denture to offer the best possible treatment solutions.
A spokesperson says, “Minuk Digital Denture and Implant Clinic Centre is Canada’s largest Denture Clinic located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. With over 100,000+ dentures created since 1977, Minuk has denture solutions for all budgets.”
For more information, go to https://minukdenture.com/denture-2/
Minuk Digital Denture & Implant Centre
10 Queen Elizabeth Way
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