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Dentures Geraldton

Customised dentures can restore your mouth’s function and give you back a full set of teeth for a beautiful smile.

Our Geraldton denture clinic in Bluff Point, WA provides custom-made dentures to suit your unique dental needs, restoring your smile's functionality and aesthetics. Whether you require a complete set of dentures or a partial denture, our expert restorative dentists can help you find the right solution to replace your missing teeth.

Dentures in Geraldton

How Do Dentures Work?

Dentures are customisable oral aids that are designed to be worn for long periods of time and help to replace missing teeth for a more complete smile and ease of eating. 

Before our dentists can create your dentures, we’ll conduct an initial examination of your teeth or edentulous ridges to determine the number of missing teeth that need to be replaced, as well as the shape and fit of your denture. Depending on the complexity of your dentures, it may take up to 6 weeks for us to craft them. 

If you have several missing teeth, dentures are a way to replace all of them at the same time without the need for extensive dental procedures such as dental implants or complex dental bridges. Contact us today at Bluff Point Dental to book a denture appointment with our dentists today!

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of dentures are available at Bluff Point Dental’s Geraldton denture clinic?

We offer two main types of dentures — complete dentures and partial dentures. 


Complete dentures are designed to replace all of your teeth and are worn on the gums that cover your jaw bones. Partial dentures, on the other hand, will replace only the missing teeth. These can be acrylic dentures or cobalt chrome(metal) dentures with acrylic teeth.

Can I sleep while wearing dentures?

It is possible to wear dentures to sleep, as long as they are clean and free from debris. Removing your dentures at night can allow your gums and mouth to rest from supporting the dentures during the day. 


Apart from relieving the pressure that the dentures will place on your gums, removing your dentures is also ideal for proper real hygiene and cleaning. Food debris and other substances can accumulate on your dentures throughout the day, and removing them for cleaning at the end of the day will help to keep them sanitary and safe to wear.

Are dentures painful to wear?

Some discomfort during your first few weeks of wearing them may be present, but this is normal and adjustments are normal and should help relieve the sore spots. Upper complete dentures usually are well retained but lower dentures are notoriously known to be more mobile due to resorbed lower ridges and movement of cheeks and the tongue.

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