UNCOMFORTABLE DENTURES? MAYBE IT’S TIME FOR A RELINE!

My dentures don’t fit the same anymore!

If your dentures no longer fit as well as they once did, you may need to have a procedure done to refit the base of the denture, called a “reline.” This procedure will enable your dentures to have a tighter, better fit.
If you're a denture wearer, and your dentures have begun to fit less comfortably than in the past, you may want to consider having them relined. Denture relining is a simple and affordable procedure that reshapes the underside of a denture to make it more comfortable as it rests against the tissue in your mouth.

Denture relining is an effective method to tighten the fit of the denture. If you're experiencing any discomfort with your dentures, ask us about a possible reline. We’re here for you! We can assist with your denture reline regardless of whether you purchased them through us.

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