Full & Partial Dentures, Repairs, Relines & Implants in Edmonton

At family-run Schaefer Denture Clinic in Edmonton, we are dedicated to making sure you receive quality denture care. Whether you need a new set made or an existing set repaired, your dentures will be in good hands at our clinic. We are wheelchair accessible, and all dental plans are accepted.

Call our clinic for more information on any of our denture manufacturing or repair services.

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  • Complete dentures
  • Partial dentures
  • Upper and lower dentures
  • Soft linings
  • Implant dentures
  • Relines and emergency repairs

How Long Will My Dentures Last?

Studies have shown that it is not good for your overall health to wear your dentures for more than 5 years.

Your dentures are made out of a hard, non-conforming material. The tissue on the inside of your mouth is soft, pliable and ever changing. Therefore, the denture will not fit your mouth properly for more than 2 years and after 5 years the teeth will be worn down. Relines are recommended anywhere from 1 to 3 years after receiving new dentures to continue to enjoy a great fit. New dentures are recommended every 5 years as well because the denture teeth themselves wear down and will no longer be effective in chewing.

If unattended, issues will arise, including the following:

  • Difficulties chewing
  • Digestive problems
  • TMJ dysfunction
  • Sore and irritated gums
  • Calculus or tartar build-up lining the inside and outsides of dentures
  • Caving in or fallen in look of face and lips

If any of these are occurring to you, please remember to book your appointment today!

Tooth Facts from On The Spot TV

  • There were dentists in the Stone Age! Excavations in Pakistan have revealed 6000-year-old teeth that were expertly drilled to hollow out cavities (with no known Novocain). 2500-year-old gold and silver caps have been discovered by archaeologists, along with teeth that were adorned with gems, jade, etc.
  • Worldwide, how many people between the ages of 35 and 44 have gum disease? Approximately 15-­20% or about 1 in 5 people.
  • How many adults in the world have lost all their teeth? 30%
  • More people own a cell phone than a toothbrush. Out of the 7 billion people on the planet that own cell phones, only 3 ½ billion have a toothbrush. Maybe someone should develop an app that brushes teeth or develop a Swiss Army phone!
  •  Which country has more tooth decay, England or the United States? The United States by a long shot. In fact, one study suggests that 92% of American adults have tooth decay compared to 28% in England. Studies show that the kids in England have better teeth than their American counterparts.
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