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Making Dentures Affordable

To help you afford our services, Linda Veal Dentures accepts all insurance providers as well as all government assistance programs.
High Quality Dentures are made in-house.

Services Offered

Reclaim Your Beautiful Smile

Complete Dentures

Will help instill confidence and provide function while eating, speaking or laughing. Complete DenturesWe recreate the character of your smile and restore the natural contour of your lips and facial muscles. It takes time to get use to your new dentures and we are here to work with you every step of the way.

Partial Dentures

A removable partial denture is made to replace one or more teeth and is customized to a patient’s specific needs. Removable partials restore a person’s natural appearance and greatly improve the ability to chew and speak clearly. The benefit of a partial denture may prevent your natural teeth from shifting or drifting into the space left by the loss of a natural tooth. They also help maintain and balance your bite. partial denturesPartials do not harm your remaining natural teeth. You can have plastic, metal or a flexible partial denture depending on your needs.

Transitional Dentures

Are temporary and are made to replace 1 or more teeth while waiting to have a bridge or implant placed in the near future.Transitional Dentures

Flipper

A small partial denture normally made to replace 1 or 2 teeth. This type of denture does not usually require clasps.

Immediate Dentures

They are placed right after extractions. The partial or full denture is inserted and the gums heal while you wear your dentures. The only setback for some people is that they don’t get to see their teeth until there inserted. However, the benefits of this are being able to have your teeth right away and to go on with your daily routines without interruption. Some people will choose to heal for 2-3 weeks before beginning. This procedure is called “standard dentures” and it’s best to get your teeth in sooner rather than later. The longer you wait for healing the harder it is to adapt to your new teeth. If you would prefer to see your teeth and have them tried in before they are completed and you don’t mind waiting than standard dentures is the best option for you. Ask us for advice before beginning any treatment. We will help you decide what is best for you.

Relines

Are your dentures feeling loose? Are they falling out when you talk? Are you getting a lot of food trapped? A reline will help make your dentures fit better to your gums. A reline is best to be done regularly depending on how quickly your bone is resorbing and how quickly your gums are shrinking. If you have experienced some weight loss your dentures will feel looser and you will feel gaps between your denture and your gums. We can fill these gaps in and make your dentures fit better to your tissues.Denture Relines Relines can be done while you wait so you don’t have to leave the office without your teeth.

Implant Retained Dentures

Can be placed in partials (no clasps) or full dentures. Implants have been used successfully since 1965. Your implant retained dentures will be almost as solid as natural teeth. They can be placed in the upper or lower jaw. Once implants are placed on the upper ridge the palate of the upper complete denture can be removed to expose your minor taste buds and to feel the food up against the roof of your mouth. Partial denture wearers can also have denture implants. This will eliminate the clasps and the partial will snap over the implants for stability instead. In the future, the implants can be utilized for a full denture if needed. The cost is generally not covered under insurance plans however, this investment in your quality of life is tax deductible and therefore more affordable than it might seem. Denture implants will put an end to adhesive, movement and soreness. Implant Retained DenturesImplants will improve your health, smile and give you the confidence and stability you deserve to lead a better lifestyle!

Permanent Soft Reline

This is a layer of soft material which acts like a cushion or shock absorber between the hard plastic base of the denture and your gums. A soft liner can be placed when making a new denture or in your existing denture. It provides relief for sore gums or it can give you that extra comfort when chewing.

Mouthguards

Are customized to your mouth and are made to fit comfortably over your upper teeth. Mouthguards are a priority when playing sports and protect the teeth, lips, cheeks and tongue.Mouthguard

Repairs

Denture repairs range from a crack to being broken in half. A tooth or a metal clasp may break off. Most dentures can be repaired and we will let you know if it’s worth repairing or replacing. Your dentures should be replaced every 5-7 years because of how much your body changes over the years.broken dentures

Cleaning and Polishing

Your dentures over time can develop a build-up of calculus and or staining. An excellent cleaner such as “Renew” (which can be bought at our clinic) is a great product and will remove a lot of the staining and calculus. We can also clean your dentures in our lab with a commercial cleaner in a ultrasonic bath. Cleaning DenturesIt is important to keep your dentures clean and free from bacteria to maintain a healthy mouth.

Name Placement

The patients name can be placed in there dentures so they are not lost or stolen. If the patient is living in a retirement or nursing home this is when the name placement in their dentures is beneficial.Name Placement on dentures

Check-up Appointment (Recall)

A yearly check up with your denturist is the most effective way for you and your dentures to get the care and attention you deserve. Also it allows the denturist the opportunity to assess the oral conditions present and address your needs and expectations. Why is an annual check-up appointment necessary? Over time your mouth goes through considerable changes, tissue shrinkage and loss of underlying bone (resorption) on which your dentures rest upon. Since your dentures do not change, they may no longer fit like they once did. Having an annual oral exam may prevent or help detect the existence of oral cancer or other abnormal conditions. An update of both your medical and dental history is an important step towards quality denture treatment. Warn out dentures can cause an improper fit and an imbalanced bite which can lead to other problems. They can also cause changes in your ability to bite, and cause changes to your speech and appearance. It’s important to have your dentures checked for cracks, chips, scratches and worn teeth. Also a cleaning is necessary for any build up of calculus (bacteria) which has accumulated on your dentures over time and is difficult to remove. Renew is an excellent denture cleaner that removes tough build-up and stains. This product is a professional cleanser and cleans better than any store bought cleaning agents.
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Wheelchair | Scooter Accessible

Our facility has dedicated accessible parking, ramps, wide doorways, and friendly staff to assist you. We are here to assist you in anyway possible.

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Insurance Coverage

Most fees are covered by dental plans, Veterans Affairs, Social Services, NIHB, and other private insurance companies. If you have a dental plan, we will assist you in determining what specific services are covered.

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Certified Experts

The experts at Linda Veal Denture Clinic in London Ontario are fully certified and recognized by The Denturist Association of Ontario and College of Denturists of Ontario. We keep up to date with the latest certification to deliver the best results for your dentures

Frequently Asked Questions

Asking questions and getting answers is a part of good oral health care.
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What Are The Costs Of Dentures?

Dentures are not a one-size-fits-all, your denture costs will vary depending on several factors including:

  • The design & fabrication of your dentures
  • The number of teeth you need replaced
  • Material
  • How your dentures will be fixed

Contact us today to find the best solution that works for you

Can Dentures be Adjusted?

Yes, only a licensed Denturist should do any adjustments, this will help maintain the accurate fit and function of your Dentures. If you are experiencing any pain or discomfort contact your Denturist for an assessment.

Are Dentures Repairable?

Yes, in most cases dentures are repairable. Repairs can be done same day by our on site laboratory and include broken claps, fractures, tooth additions etc.

Don't have a Dentist?

We can refer you to our dentist for extractions, implants or general dentistry.

First time denture patients, what to expect?

If you have decided to have immediate dentures made prior to extractions, the immediate dentures are inserted the day of your extractions. Your mouth will feel like it’s full and sore which are all normal sensations for first time denture wearers, especially after extractions. Eating and your speech will be a learning curve but with perseverance, your mouth will adapt to your dentures.
If you do not need extractions and have never worn dentures before, you will also need time to adapt to your dentures. We advise all of our denture patients to read out loud at home, so their tongues adapt more quickly.

How do I know when it’s time for new dentures?

Dentures typically have a lifespan of between 5-7 years and even though your replacement teeth may feel unchanged, they will become worn and fragile over time.

Because our mouths and jaws experience natural changes, causing the gums and mouth to shrink, you will typically need to visit a denturist every few years to have your dentures checked and replaced.

The Dog Ate My Dentures

Believe it or not, this happens. Quite often. Even though it might also be one of the easiest denture mishaps to avoid.

Your denture/repair consultation is absolutely free. We recognize the significance of dentures to our patients and are committed to doing our best to repair your dentures in time all the time.

What if my dentures hurt all the time?

Permanent Soft Reline: This is a layer of soft material which acts like a cushion or shock absorber between the hard plastic base of the denture and your gums. A soft liner can be placed when making a new denture or in your existing denture. It provides relief for sore gums or it can give you that extra comfort when chewing.

Clear Clasps

They are gentle on sensitive teeth and are less visible when smiling and talking.
Ask us about Clear Clasps.
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Call: 519-858-9700

100 Wellington Rd, London
(South of Grand Ave)

Working Hours

Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm
Friday 9am-2pm

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Linda Veal Denturist

100 Wellington Road
London, Ontario
N6C 4M8