We discuss your complaints (loose dentures, pain, speech or chewing problem) and/or look into the damaged prosthesis or teeth.
In the course of time your jaw rims shrink and the denture’s fit loosens. Or maybe you have speech problems or chewing becomes difficult. Three to four months after placing your denture, a new layer resin (lining) is applied on the inside of your denture in order to properly fit on your jaw again.
For repairing a broken denture, tear or broken tooth you can pass by or make an appointment. We will help you as soon as possible, and often we can perform the repairs while you wait, though this -of course- depends on the extent of the damage.
Never attempt to glue or adjust the denture yourself. This may render professional repair impossible and void your warranty. Please contact us directly.
Questions that have already been raised by many
If your denture is too loose (or pinches), your denture is measured again and adjusted to fit your jaw properly.
Never attempt to glue or adjust the denture yourself. This may render professional repair impossible and voids your warranty. Please contact us immediately. We will help you as soon as possible, and we often can perform the repairs while you wait.
Not necessarily. Only if your denture is so worn out that it is impossible to fill it (perhaps after 5 to 7 years). We recommend to adjust the denture every 3 years to make it fit perfectly.
A full denture has a personal contribution of 10%. Repair of a partial denture is not covered by the health insurance, but under the supplementary insurance and thus depends on your insurance conditions. Please contact us, we are able to give you detailed information about it.