When you need dentures to replace missing teeth, turn to our Ottawa-based denture specialists
Since 1973, residents in Ottawa have trusted our denturists and our in-house lab for their denture needs. Our team at Vranjes Denture Clinic provides a variety of services and denture options, from fabricating partial and complete dentures to offering repairs, relines and other cosmetic services.
We provide the assessment, diagnosis and treatment for patients who are missing some or all of their teeth and can determine whether or not dentures are the right procedure to address tooth loss. Our experienced denturists, John and Ivan, take pride in being service-oriented and providing personalized care for each patient.
Like most technology in the dental field, denture technology, equipment and techniques are always evolving and adapting. No two smiles are the same; therefore, no two dentures are the same. Using the latest technology in denture procedures allows our Ottawa denturists to customize dentures to the patient’s specific dental health needs.
At Vranjes Denture Clinic, we also take pride in using the latest state-of-the-art equipment and materials to make your experience with our denturist in Ottawa easy and comfortable. We offer personal, professional service to make sure the decisions you make regarding your dentures are just right for you. To learn more, have a look at the blog section on our website.
If you’d like to feel more confident about your smile —if you’d like to eat and speak with ease —visit our Denture experts at Vranjes Denture Clinic. For your convenience, we speak French, English, Croatian, Mandarin and Spanish. We also offer flexibility in terms of hours and amenities.
Even if you have all of your natural teeth removed and replaced by dentures, you still need to schedule routine dental checkups. A dentist can make sure your gums and mouth are healthy. Meanwhile, setting up annual checkups with your denturist can ensure your dentures are properly fitting and working as they should. Over time, your mouth will change. Your gums will shrink, and the underlying bone will be lost. As this occurs, dentures may not fit the same way and will need to be adjusted or even replaced.