Restore Your Ability to Smile, Speak And Eat With Confidence. 

If you’ve lost some or all of your natural teeth, whether from periodontal disease, tooth decay or injury, dentures can replace your missing teeth and restore your smile. Replacing missing teeth will benefit your appearance and your health. Without support from the denture, facial muscles sag, making a person look older. You’ll be able to eat and speak—things that people often take for granted until their natural teeth are lost.

When Are Dentures Necessary?

A patient may require dentures if they have lost their natural teeth. There are different types of dentures depending on how many intact and healthy natural teeth are remaining:

  • Full dentures - These are indicated for patients that have lost all the natural teeth in their upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. 

  • Partial dentures - These are indicated for patients that have lost some of their natural teeth, while some of their remaining teeth may be used as anchors.

At dePacific, we are proud to say that we are able to produce different types of dentures for every patient’s needs and budget, which are:

  • Acrylic dentures

  • Metal (Cobalt Chrome) dentures

  • Flexible (Valplast) dentures


Step 1: 

An oral diagnosis is necessary to assess the health of the gums and any remaining teeth. Your dentist will ensure that you have good oral health before recommending dentures.

Step 2: 

Your dentist will take an impression of your teeth in order to begin the process of making a wax model of your dentures. Necessary adjustments are made on this wax model to ensure appropriate tooth height, fit, and the general appearance of the dentures. Following which, the dentures will be made. 

Step 3: 

When your dentures have been made, your dentist may continue to make minor adjustments as necessary, in order to ensure that they are comfortable and fit appropriately, before the dentures are issued. 

Step 4: 

Finally, as you begin wearing your dentures and adjusting to them, your dentist will recommend that you make an appointment if you experience any:

• Discomfort
• Speech difficulties
• Inability to chew properly

Our pricing


Start from
$500/before GST

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ

How long does it take to grow accustomed to my new dentures?

While this differs between patients, it typically takes between a few days to a few weeks to get used to your new dentures.

How many appointments do I need to get my full / partial dentures?

You would generally need about three or four weekly visits for us to be able to customise the perfect denture that suits your mouth before we can issue your full / partial denture to you.

Is there any food that I should avoid when wearing my dentures?

While dentures will improve your ability to chew food, it is recommended that you avoid sticky, hard, or tough foods.

Reliable . Gentle . Caring

The dePacific Dental Group has been established since 2000. We have since been providing our patients with personalised and professional dental experience. We also offer comprehensive, high quality dental services in a safe and comfortable environment.