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Award-Winning Denture Clinics for Implant Dentures in Sudbury and Sturgeon Falls

Are you facing tooth loss or other oral problems obstructing your eating and daily activities? We have all the solutions you need! Dentures are artificial replacements for your natural teeth and gums. If an accident or a disease has left you with only a few healthy teeth or none at all, dentures can be of great help to replace your missing teeth. Allan Delsaut Denture Clinics examines your mouth and gums and offers various options, including implant dentures, in Sudbury and Sturgeon Falls. Our goal is to help you make a well-informed decision for the best possible outcome. Contact us today to learn more or schedule an appointment!

Complete dentures
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Dentures Repairs

Dentists vs. Denturists - What Is the Difference?

They say it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill. Unlike dentists who are trained in all aspects of general dentistry, denturists like Allan Delsaut have specialized training in dentures and denture implants, making them masters of their trade. Denturists are denture experts. With extra years of training in removable prosthetics, Allan and his team will design, construct, alter, and repair dentures on-site in their clinic.

Are You a Good Candidate for Implant Dentures?

Implant dentures, also known as implant-supported dentures, offer a highly effective and affordable solution for individuals in various situations, including:


  • Loose or worn down teeth: If you have loose or severely worn down natural teeth that cannot support traditional dentures or dental bridges, implant dentures provide a stable and durable solution. The dental implants act as sturdy anchors, ensuring a secure fit and preventing further damage to your existing teeth.

  • Red, swollen, tender, or bleeding gum: These symptoms often indicate gum disease, which can lead to tooth loss and compromise the effectiveness of traditional dentures. Implant dentures can be a suitable option as they do not rely on gum tissue alone for support, reducing the potential impact of gum disease on the stability of your dentures.

  • Missing teeth causing gaps: Gaps between your jaw due to missing teeth can affect your oral health and appearance. Implant dentures fill these gaps, providing a complete and aesthetically pleasing smile. By restoring the natural alignment of your teeth, implant dentures help maintain proper oral function, such as biting and chewing.

  • Sunken-in face: When multiple teeth are missing, the jawbone can gradually deteriorate, resulting in a sunken-in facial structure appearance. Implant dentures help preserve the jawbone by stimulating bone growth and maintaining facial contours. They also contribute to a more youthful and fuller appearance.

  • Trouble eating and frequent indigestion: Missing teeth or unstable dentures can make it challenging to chew food thoroughly, resulting in digestive problems such as frequent indigestion. Implant dentures restore your ability to chew effectively, improving digestion and overall nutrition.

  • Cannot get dental bridges: Dental bridges require healthy natural teeth adjacent to the gap for support. If you don't have suitable neighbouring teeth or if they are compromised, implant dentures offer an alternative solution. The dental implants fuse with the jawbone, providing a stable foundation for the dentures without relying on adjacent teeth.

If you are experiencing any dental issues mentioned above or struggling with traditional denture limitations, consult our denture professionals and get high-quality implant dentures in Sudbury and Sturgeon Falls.

Types of Dentures

When a person loses some or all of their teeth due to any reason, we first study their condition before suggesting a denture solution. Doing this helps choose from the different types of dentures depending on different problems. Depending on the damage and expected results, we furnish multiple options to our patients and suggest the best alternative. At all times, we are nurturing and transparent with our patients because our end goal is their happiness and health.

There are two types of dentures: complete and partial. As your qualified denturist, we make a model of your teeth by taking impressions. The models are then used to custom-make your dentures. We provide the following types of denture solutions as per the needs of the patient:

Our specialized denturists suggest the best options for you.

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Get Your Old Smile Back with Our Implant Dentures in Sudbury

Benefits Offered by Implant Dentures

If you are planning to get implant dentures, here are some ways this decision can remarkably benefit you:


  • Enhanced stability and comfort: Unlike traditional dentures, implant dentures are securely anchored to dental implants surgically placed in the jawbone. This feature ensures a stable foundation, eliminating the worry of dentures slipping or shifting while speaking or eating. The improved stability enhances comfort and allows for a more natural chewing experience.

  • Improved chewing and eating abilities: Implant dentures restore a significant portion of your biting and chewing capabilities. With the increased stability and strength of dental implants, you can easily have different foods, including those that may have been challenging with traditional dentures.

  • Preservation of jawbone structure: When teeth are lost, the jawbone can begin to deteriorate over time. Dental implants act as substitutes for tooth roots, stimulating the jawbone and helping to maintain its structure and density. Implant dentures contribute to preserving the integrity of the jawbone and facial features.

  • Enhanced aesthetics and confidence: Implant dentures are designed to resemble natural teeth closely. They provide a natural-looking and aesthetically pleasing smile, restoring confidence and improving overall appearance. The secure fit of implant dentures also helps maintain the natural contours of your face, preventing a sunken or aged appearance often associated with tooth loss.

  • Long-term durability: With proper care and regular dental check-ups, implant-supported dentures can serve you for many years, potentially even a lifetime. This long-term durability makes implant dentures a cost-effective investment in oral health and quality of life.

If you need reassurance before getting implant dentures from our team in Sudbury, we invite you to review our gallery to know what our satisfied patients say about us!

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