A Smile You Can Be Proud Of!
At Claxton Denture Clinic, we offer removable dental prosthetics, commonly known as dentures, to help with chewing, improve speech, and provide support to your facial structure while ensuring comfort in day-to-day use. Our denture solutions are highly versatile, allowing extensive customization to match each patient’s specific needs. With a wide variety of tooth moulds and shapes and prosthetic materialswe develop a functionally-coordinated product. Thanks to our advanced on-site lab, we perform complete customization right at our clinic to ensure your prosthetic restoration product fits perfectly and results in complete satisfaction.
From partial dentures and full dentures to immediate dentures, you can be assured of getting a durable prosthetic restoration product without any delays or hassle. Our registered denturist Dwight Claxton, DD, will meet one on one with you in a free consultation to determine which option is the most appropriate.
Losing teeth to gum disease, tooth decay, or injury isn’t a permanent loss anymore. Dentures offer an excellent solution to replace any missing teeth. This enables you to restore normal speaking and chewing functions as well as the confidence that comes with having a pleasant smile. It is a removable oral appliance that sits on top of your gums after the remaining teeth are extracted and the gum tissues have healed.
Whether you are getting dentures for the first time or are replacing the old ones, Claxton Denture Clinic always puts your concerns first and provides a customized treatment plan. The process of getting your perfect-fit, comfortable dentures usually takes 4-5 appointments. These oral appliances are available as either a standard or premium denture. Standard dentures are customized to your basic tooth’s shapes and shades and are affordable for many patients. On the other hand, premium dentures are entirely customized. We use jaw impressions and other facial measurements to create the right-fit dentures at our on-site dental lab. We will make sure that your dentures can bite down properly, and you are pleased with how your new smile looks. Visit our state-of-the-art dental clinic in Orangeville or Shelburne to understand which denture option makes sense for you.
Partial dentures are recommended to patients who have lost one or more teeth but not enough to warrant a complete denture. Together this structure holds the dentures firmly in your mouth. Our on-site lab is leveraged to handcraft everything from the denture structure to your missing teeth. Your partial dentures will be custom-designed to perfectly fit alongside your natural teeth. Unlike complete dentures, you don’t have to get any of your natural teeth extracted.
At Claxton Denture Clinic, we can develop removable partial dentures that support your natural teeth through precision attachments. Precision attachments enable this oral appliance to get securely attached to the rest of your teeth and give you a stable and comfortable fit. We partner with patients to make necessary adjustments to their partial dentures, giving them the best fit in terms of both function and aesthetics. It is quite common for patients to need several customizations to get their best smiles, and our denturist, Dr. Dwight Claxton, DD, is dedicated to providing them with the best service experience through comprehensive services at our advanced on-site lab. If you are looking to get a fully functional set of partial dentures made just for you, book an appointment with us at our clinic in Orangeville or Shelburne.
Implant-supported dentures are anchored to your gums and provide the most stable, like-real teeth replacement option. We will help determine if implants are appropriate for you, and will then help you locate a surgeon to perform the implantation. After the implantation is performed, we will design and fit the denture appliance, and affix it to the implants.
Immediate dentures enable you to avoid a period of being without teeth. Your dentures will be created from mouth impressions taken while any natural teeth remain, and then inserted in your mouth directly following tooth extraction.
Because the immediate denture goes in before healing occurs, denture adjustments may be required and follow-up appointments are absolutely necessary. When healing is complete, your immediate dentures will be rebased or relined to optimize fit, or new dentures may then be created.