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Free Confidential Consultation: We offer free confidential consultations. We will help ensure you get the best treatment possible.
Fast Turn Around: Our onsite clinic and laboratory allows us to fabricate most dentures within a week.
Looking the way you want: We work closely with you to achieve your desired look.
Super Gold Card: We provide benefits and discounts for customers who hold a Super Gold Card.
- Competitive WINZ Quotes
- Home content Insurance claim
- Other quotes (Kiwi-Saver, Work, etc...)
Why choose us?
We are Based the the heart of Mangere health centre, and we have been operating around Mangere and Mangere Bridge providing denture care services for the last 10 years.
Techniques: On-going professional development is important to us as a team. We regularly attend courses to ensure we can provide the latest techniques and products to our customers.
Made in New Zealand: We are New Zealand-trained dental technicians. The materials used in the fabrication of our dentures are sourced from respectable New Zealand dental supply companies. These materials are all quality products from Germany, Japan, and Sweden. If you are interested in how we fabricate dentures we will be more than happy to show you.
We will check your oral status and discuss treatment plans that would suit you. We offer quotes for WINZ and home content insurance holders.
All our repairs are done within 2 hours. We repair cracked, fractured and broken dentures, as well as replacing and adding additional teeth to existing denture plate.
If your dentures have become loose, unstable and are hurting your mouth you may require a reline. Relining a denture is a procedure used to re fit the surface of the denture to the tissue of the mouth. This will provide better retention and suction and ensures your denture becomes stable once again. This procedure will also help prevent food content becoming impacted on the underside of your denture.
Our relines are a one day process.
If dentures is required in a short time period, we are able to work with you to achieve this.
A full or complete denture is use to replaces all teeth. We offer full dentures for the upper arch, lower arch, or both. As each patient has specific requirements, we offer various types of treatment plans for complete denture patients. We provide free confidential consultation to determine what those requirements are and how to meet them.
Dentures manufactured in our labortory will bring back your smile, give you the ability to chew your food, as well as improve speech.
We offer many types of partial dentures
Metal partial denture
Plastic partial denture
Flexible partial denture
A partial denture replaces one or more teeth that are missing from the upper or lower arch of the mouth. It is design to meet the needs of patients that have a few teeth missing. Partial dentures are designed to replace teeth as well as brace existing natural teeth and prevent any drifting or over-erruption from ocurring within the mouth.
A partial denture will enable you to smile with confidence once again.
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Certified Clinical Dental Technician, University of Otago
Certified Clinical Dental Technician, University of Otago
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What are dentures?
Dentures are removable prosthetics that replace missing teeth. Dentures are made of artificial teeth that are bonded to an acrylic or chrome base. With the guidance of the dental clinician you will be able to choose the colour, size and shape of the teeth you desire. Some patients like to bring in photos of what their teeth once looked like for the clinician to replicate.
A good denture should feel comfortable when worn. If you have not worn dentures before, it’s normal to take a few days or weeks to get used to new pair of dentures. The dental clinician will advise you on how long to wear your denture for each day.
Where do the materials you use come from?
We are supplied by local respectable dental companies that import most of the materials from Europe and Japan.
Why do my dentures keep breaking even after repair?
Like most things, dentures are prone to breakage when used incorrectly or are broken accidentally. It is definitely not the end of the world as we can repair most dentures within the same day. But if you have dentures that breaks constantly, it may be some underlying issues with the dentures. Most common reason for a continuous breakage of denture is because the denture is no longer fitting well in the mouth.
Feel free to book in a FREE consultation with one of our friendly clinicians, and we can identify the problems with your existing denture.
How do I care and clean my dentures?
Taking your denture out at night gives your gums a chance to rest. It also stops you from grinding on them, which can make them wear out quicker. After cleaning your denture, place them in water. Using dishwashing detergent is the easiest way of brushing your dentures Cleaning. If you have excessive built up on your denture, we do sell denture cleaning product on-site.
Do not use: Very hot water, bleaches, methylated spirits, ordinary toothpaste, abrasive or strong chemicals.
How come my denture do not fit as well before and feels loose?
Dentures, when they are first fitted should feel firmly in your mouth. Overtime, you will feel the dentures becoming loose and eventually ill fitting and hurting your gums. This is something every denture wearer will experience overtime. This is happening because the gums in your mouth shrink over time, and now there is a space between the denture fitting surface to your denture. If you are experiencing this, feel free to come in for one of our friendly clinicians to see if we can reline or rebase your existing denture and make them fit better again.
I have lost a few teeth, do I really need to get a partial denture?
Yes, it would be beneficial. Teeth move and when there is a gap as a result of a missing tooth, other teeth around the gap will move to take up some of the space. You could end up with crooked, tilted or rotated teeth - this may even affect your bite or result in your teeth becoming damaged and falling out faster.
How long would my dentures last?
As long as you treat your dentures well, they should last several years. On average dentures should be replaced every 5 to 10 years
12C Waddon Place
Mangere, Auckland 2022
Tel: (09) 634 - 4543
Previously based in 12 Mahunga Drive, Mangere Bridge, Auckland.
Monday – Friday 09:00AM – 17:00PM
(Please call to arrange appointment outside normal opening hour )
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