Partial Dentures

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Making The Choice That’s Right For You

If you still have most of your natural teeth and are only looking to replace a few that are missing, then a partial denture may be right for you. A partial denture is removable and is supported by your natural teeth and gums.

It’s held in place with special retainers or clasps to keep it secure.

A partial retainer is custom designed for function and normality. Filling the spaces left by missing teeth is sure to make you smile. It will even increase the longevity of your existing teeth by balancing wear and tear.

We all have different needs and deciding which denture is right for you can be confusing and often overwhelming. We understand this. Before you make any decision, our team of denture professionals will sit down and talk with you in depth.

We’ll guide you through the entire process as we carefully listen to your needs, difficulties or concerns.

Together, we’ll find the perfect solution, at the best price and with the most comfort. 

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Acrylic – With this type of denture, we bond replacement teeth to an acrylic base. Clasps (wire clips) are often used to hold the denture in place.

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Chrome/Metal – Chrome partial dentures are less bulky and far stronger than acrylic dentures. They are also more comfortable. Other metal options are available for people who suffer allergies.

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Flexible – This flexible base material removes the need for clasps. You’ll find it extremely comfortable to wear and almost undetectable. This type of dentures is best suited when replacing only one or two teeth.

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Clear Clasp Option – Clear or white clasps are the perfect choices if you’d prefer not show metal on your front teeth.

Why Choose Aesthetic Dental & Denture Clinic for your Partial Dentures?

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Caring, experienced team.

We have an expert team of aesthetic dentures and dentists that take pride in providing expedited and quality care.

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How we work

Like a well-oiled machine, our processes are clear, quality control measures are in place and our people firmly believe in what we do.

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Affordable & 100% Australian

At Aesthetic Denture Clinic, we make it our mission to use products that are 100% manufactured in Australia.

Get a smile you’re happy with

We have an expert team of aesthetic dentures and dentists that take pride in providing expedited and quality care.

Everything in-house

Pain-free dental services and perfectly matched dentures are a reality with our in-house laboratory.

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Customer Stories

Elias is fantastic. His work is amazing. And his approach to us as a customer was extremely comforting. He has given my husband a whole new meaning to his self esteem and he actually loves to smile. All thanks to Elias amazing work. Read more

Sarah-Marie Urzino

A year ago

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Karen Halse

A year ago

Elias went above and beyond to replace my Denture after an accident over New year. Super friendly service and above all the most comfortable denture I have ever had. Highly recommend!! Thankyou. Read more

Mark Halliday

A year ago

From my first phone call to Tomika explaining my situation with my teeth and how bad they were and that I didn't know where to start, to having my first free appointment with Elias was the best thing I have ever done. Tomika is very easy to talk to, friendly and professional. Elias, well he is great, told me exactly what he could achieve, the cost and the timeframe and he was spot on. Read more

Kim Lennon

6 months ago

Elias prepared a full set of dentures for my 90 year old mother. The service he provided was exceptional, using current technology effectively to create a set of dentures which were far superior to what she had previously had. Elias also made it very clear that my mother could go back at any time if minor adjustments were required. He gives meticulous attention to detail. Tamika ensures that appointments run to time. Read more

Janelle Horton

10 months ago

Loving my new dentures, professional friendly service 5 stars all round. Would highly recommend this practice. Thanks guys.. Read more

Deidre Bell

6 months ago

State of the art technology and skills and ability to match. I went to the clinic highly anxious ( my previous dental encounter at another clinic resulted in a panic attack and blacking out twice whilst in the chair) due to the poor integrity of my teeth, as a direct result of a health condition I had lost the majority of my teeth and the remaining were nothing short of a train wreck. Elias treated me the utmost respect and kindness. Read more

Meghan Stafford

2 months ago


Partial dentures are made of plastic and are used to replace missing teeth when some of the original teeth in one or both jaws are lost. Partial dentures can be made from metal, acrylic, or a combination of the two. They can be made in one piece or in multiple pieces that fit snugly into the jawbone to replace missing or broken teeth, and they are used to restore function and appearance.
Partial dentures give the jawbone more support and make a new surface for chewing food. The partial is kept in place by natural suction, metal clasps that attach to the existing teeth, or dental implants. The bite surface of partial dentures also keeps other natural teeth from shifting out of place because of the space left by missing teeth.

When fitting a patient for partial dentures, a dentist uses an impression tray to make an impression of the upper and lower jaws. These moulds will be used to make the dentures fit well and stay in place in the jawbone. Once the denture is made and fits right, it is attached using either metal clasps or dental implants and glue, depending on what works best for each case.

Partial dentures are made to be taken out and put back in. This makes them easier to clean than bridges or implants, which a dentist can only take out. At least once a day, patients should take out their partial and brush it well with soap or toothpaste before rinsing it with warm water.
When taken care of properly, they can look natural and give you some of your smile confidence back. And your oral health as a whole can also improve.

Partial dentures are an affordable way to replace teeth that are missing or broken. Most of the time, they cost less than other dental prosthetics like bridges and implants. They can also be adjusted easily and quickly without any extra work. Because of this, they are a great choice for people who may not be able to pay for more complicated and expensive treatments.

Partial dentures differ from bridges and implants in that they can be taken out of the mouth at any time, cleaned with soap or toothpaste, and then rinsed with warm water. This regular cleaning helps eliminate smells caused by bacteria buildup, keeps teeth from getting stained, and improves overall oral health by making it easier to brush and floss around any natural teeth that are still there next to the prosthetics.

Partial dentures also look better than other dental prosthetics because they are made to match the colour, shape, and size of the patient’s natural teeth. This makes them look more natural. The ability to fit partials more tightly into the jawbone also helps create a new bite surface, which can help keep other natural teeth from shifting out of place because of the space left by missing teeth.

Overall, partial dentures are a good way to restore function and appearance when you’ve lost some of your natural teeth due to age, an accident, decay, and so on.

People usually need a few weeks to get used to wearing partial dentures. During this time, you need to be patient and give your mouth time to adjust to the new device.
As their gums and muscles get used to the new apparatus, some people may feel temporary pain or discomfort when they first put on their partial denture. This is normal and should go away in a few days. Talk to your dentist if your partial is still bothering you after a week or two. They may be able to make some adjustments to make it more comfortable.

People might also find that when they wear their partial dentures, their speech sounds a little different. This is also normal and will improve as your mouth gets used to it.
Essentially, it can take a few weeks for you to get used to wearing your partial dentures, so be patient. If you have any concerns during that time, always call your dentist right away. You can make an appointment with Aesthetic Dental & Denture Clinic for a checkup at any time, and of course, your comfort is the most important thing, so if something doesn’t feel right, it’s best to have it checked asap.

To ensure partial dentures last, they need to be cleaned and cared for properly. Here are some ways to keep your dentures in good shape:

• Every night before bed, clean your partial denture gently with a soft toothbrush and some mild soap or toothpaste. Ensure you don’t scrub too hard, as this could harm the denture.

• Soak your denture overnight in warm water, mild liquid soap, or a dental cleanser made just for dentures. Always rinse the solution well before putting it back in your mouth. Soaking solutions may contain harsh chemicals that can hurt your gums.

• Visit your dentist regularly for checkups and professional cleanings of your partial denture, especially if you start to see discolouration or plaque buildup on the surface of the denture.

• When you’re not wearing your partial denture, keep it in a safe place, like a container of lukewarm water or a protective case made just for dental prosthetics. This will help keep dust and other things that could damage it over time away.

By doing these easy things, you can keep your partial dentures in good shape so they last for a long time. If you have any questions about the right care, talk to your dentist at Aesthetic Dental & Denture Clinic. We’re always happy to help.

Partial dentures not only give you a winning smile, they can also help you eat better. But you need to be aware of any dietary restrictions or limitations you may have because of them.

When you’re first getting used to wearing partial dentures, your dentist will probably tell you to avoid hard, crunchy foods like raw apples, popcorn, and nuts – these can put stress on the prosthetic and make it hard to chew. They may also tell you to eat soft foods like mashed potatoes or scrambled eggs until your mouth gets used to the braces.

With partial dentures, you should also limit your intake of hot and cold foods, such as ice cream or hot soup, and very acidic foods, like tomatoes, citrus fruits, and vinegary sauces. If you eat these things too often, they can hurt your gums and may even damage the prosthetic itself. In addition, sticky sweets like caramel or toffee can easily get stuck between the teeth and pull at the prosthetic, causing pain or damage.

By paying attention to any dietary restrictions or limitations that come with wearing partial dentures, you can ensure your mouth has time to adjust, and your dentures stay in good shape.