Giv­ing you the Con­fi­dence to Smile

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West Hamil­ton Den­ture Clinic 17 Par­adise Road South 905-522-7133 west­hamil­ton­den­tures.com

West Hamil­ton Den­ture Clinic gives you the con­fi­dence to smile again.

With the skill and ded­i­ca­tion of owner Lou Pre­sutti DD, each client’s den­tures are de­signed to ac­com­mo­date func­tion, form, fit and feel with the end goal, com­fort.

Through­out his more than 20 years in busi­ness, Lou Pre­sutti DD, has de­vel­oped a solid rep­u­ta­tion for his pas­sion in guid­ing clients through the process of craft­ing den­tures. Lou Pre­sutti DD and his highly trained team are con­stantly up­dat­ing and up­grad­ing their tech­niques, ma­te­ri­als and equip­ment. This en­sures we are pro­vid­ing the best ser­vices and den­tures avail­able to you.

West Hamil­ton Den­ture Clinic has a sta­teof-the-art lab so den­tures do not have to be sent off­site, elim­i­nat­ing lengthy wait times. Here at West Hamil­ton Den­ture Clinic we know that every mouth is dif­fer­ent and be­cause of that, we in­sist on sit­ting down with you to dis­cuss your wants and needs for your den­tures be­fore mak­ing any prom­ises.

Fit­ting of den­tures is ac­com­plished over a se­ries of ap­point­ments de­signed to cover over­all oral health, im­pres­sions, bite reg­is­tra­tion and in­ser­tion.

Once you are on your way, it’s im­por­tant to ad­here to a sched­ule of fol­low-up main­te­nance and an­nual check-ups. Den­tures should last be­tween five and seven years, but just like nat­u­ral teeth, den­tures will wear and stain, and they will re­quire ad­just­ment, even re­pairs over time. Re­gard­less of how well your den­tures fit, dam­age to the oral tis­sues can oc­cur with­out you even be­ing aware of it. As a den­tur­ist, Lou Pre­sutti DD is trained to de­tect any ab­nor­mal­i­ties or con­di­tions in your mouth that may in­flu­ence how your den­tures fit.

Lou Pre­sutti DD be­lieves early de­tec­tion of any oral is­sues is im­per­a­tive to your over­all oral health.

There are mea­sures you can take to keep gums healthy at home. Fol­low these sim­ple, ba­sic steps: when­ever you take out your den­tures, rinse your mouth and mas­sage your gums with a soft tooth­brush. If you have par­tial den­tures, you still need to prop­erly brush and floss your nat­u­ral teeth daily.

Den­tures must be cleaned reg­u­larly as they are sub­jected to daily abuse from eat­ing and drink­ing – stains, tarter and bac­te­ria can build up eas­ily. Brush your den­tures with a firm bris­tled brush spe­cially de­signed for den­tures.

Relin­ing den­tures can be­come nec­es­sary when the mouth and gums change shape nat­u­rally due to ag­ing, or other fac­tors such as weight loss, ill­ness or tooth loss. Lou Pre­sutti DD can help de­ter­mine which relin­ing is best for you.

Cracked or bro­ken den­tures should be re­paired quickly be­cause they can af­fect your gums, abil­ity to chew and of course, your con­fi­dence. At West Hamil­ton Clinic, re­pairs are done in-house with proper den­ture ma­te­ri­als and bond­ing agents.

If you are ex­pe­ri­enc­ing pain or dif­fi­culty chew­ing, loose den­tures or cracked or bro­ken den­tures, you should make an ap­point­ment with Lou Pre­sutti DD im­me­di­ately to dis­cuss op­tions.

Along with all ser­vices re­lated to full and par­tial den­tures, West Hamil­ton Den­ture Clinic of­fers per­sonal one on one con­sul­ta­tions.

As a proud mem­ber of the Den­tur­ist As­so­ci­a­tion of On­tario, the West Hamil­ton Den­ture Clinic can give you your smile back. To book your ap­point­ment or con­sul­ta­tion, call 905-522-7133. Visit www.west­hamil­ton­den­tures.com, email west­hamil­ton­den­ture­clinic@live.ca or you can also find them on Face­book https://www.face­book.com/ West Hamil­ton Den­ture Clinic

West Hamil­ton Den­ture Clinic goes above and be­yond to en­sure their den­tures are made to last as long as pos­si­ble.

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