Dentures Kitchener

Victoria Family Dental offers denture fitting services, along with other tooth replacement options, to help our patients with missing teeth. Dentures are removable sets of artificial teeth; they can be a good option for you if you've lost teeth due to accidents, illness, or other reasons.

Modern dentures are more comfortable and natural-looking - they may surprise some people who are only familiar with older versions. Newer versions usually have an acrylic base and realistic porcelain or plastic teeth.

Our team can assist you in choosing the right tooth replacement options and provide friendly, nonjudgmental denture fitting services. If you have missing teeth, visit us and discover how you can restore your smile with comfortable, aesthetic dentures.

Benefits of Dentures

Easier Eating and Speaking

Dentures are custom-fitted, so you can chew food more effectively again and speak clearly.

Facial Support and Aesthetics

When teeth are missing, the facial muscles can sag, causing a prematurely aged appearance. Dentures help to prevent this, in addition to hiding the appearance of missing teeth.


Modern dentures are customizable, allowing you to choose the shape, size, and shade of your teeth. Complete and partial dentures are available to meet your exact needs. This allows them to look natural and meet your tooth replacement needs.

Why Choose Dentures for Missing Teeth?

There are other tooth replacement options, but dentures can be more budget-friendly up front compared to dental implants or bridges. Dentures provide an effective solution for tooth replacement and offer some advantages over other options.


Dentures offer a non-invasive approach for patients who would prefer to avoid the surgery required for dental implants, especially if there are multiple teeth that need replacing. While there may be an adjustment period associated with getting dentures, most patients adapt quickly to wearing them.


Partial dentures can replace multiple teeth, while complete dentures can replace the full arch of your upper or lower jaw, making them a versatile option for various levels of tooth loss.

Suitable for Those Who Aren't Good Candidates for Other Options

Dentures are a viable option for patients with certain health conditions or other concerns, such as those with bleeding issues or conditions that delay wound healing, which make dental implants and other invasive procedures impossible.

Fitting Dentures

At Victoria Family Dental, we understand that every patient is unique, which is why our denture fitting process is tailored to your individual needs. Here's how we ensure a perfect fit:

An impression of your mouth will be taken using digital imaging, for your custom dentures to be made from.

Once your dentures are ready, our dentist fits them in your mouth, and makes any necessary adjustments to ensure they sit comfortably and are secure.

We will give you comprehensive instructions on how to care for your full or partial dentures and how to maintain good oral hygiene.

Types of Dentures

A variety of denture options are available.

Complete dentures, also known as full dentures, are used when all of your teeth are missing. They consist of a complete set of upper and lower teeth. Partial dentures are available for those who have some natural teeth remaining. A partial denture fills in the gaps and is attached to your remaining teeth for stability.

Immediate dentures are temporary dentures that are used to last you until custom ones are made. Immediate dentures are replaced as soon as the permanent set is ready. They are available as full or partial dentures.

Implant retained dentures offer a very secure fit and natural feel. Dental implants are placed in your jawbone to anchor the dentures, providing exceptional stability and function.

Care of Dentures and Hygiene

Proper care is critical to help your dentures last a long time, stay comfortable, and to maintain your oral health.

  • Brush dentures daily with a soft toothbrush to remove debris and plaque, and rinse them after each meal. You should also brush your gums, tongue, and roof of your mouth with a soft toothbrush to prevent bacteria buildup.
  • Soak them in a denture-cleaning solution or warm water overnight so they stay moist and in their proper shape. Never use hot water, as this can warp and damage them.
  • When not in use, store them in a denture case with water to prevent them from drying out.
  • Visit your dentist regularly to have any necessary adjustments made to maintain a good fit, and to monitor your oral health.

Book an Appointment to Fit Your Dentures in Kitchener Today

Contact our friendly team today, and start the process of getting your new dentures - and return to eating and speaking more easily.