Welcome to Fischer Denture Clinic
SEMCD & Precision Dentures
Dentures Over Implants
Hard & Soft Denture Relines
As denture experts, we know that finding the right fit can be life-changing for our patients. When it comes to finding the right treatment for your dental needs, there are a number of denture services to consider. We are pleased to offer all of these services to provide you with the unique solution that works for you.
Whether you are dealing with ongoing dental pain, oral health concerns, or other dental issues, dentures provide an ideal solution to improve not only your smile but also your quality of life. With comfortable, well-fitting dentures, you will be able to eat, chew, smile, and speak with more confidence.
Dentures can also help you maintain a healthy and complete diet by helping you eat a wider variety of foods. There is a denture option to suit the needs and budget of virtually every patient, and we look forward to finding the perfect fit for you.
Are you ready to learn more about your denture options and the services we provide? Call Fischer Denture Clinic for a free, no-obligation appointment with our denturist who will guide you through the process and answer any questions.
Denture Cleaning Tips
Follow these simple steps to help keep your dentures clean.
Did you know dentures require regular cleaning, much like natural teeth? With effective dental hygiene practices, you can help increase the lifespan of your denture, while also caring for your other oral tissues, including any remaining natural teeth and your gums.
Practice These Steps Each Day to Keep Your Dentures in the Best Possible Condition
- Begin by removing your dentures from your mouth and rinsing them with clean water to dislodge any sticky food debris.
- Next, take a soft toothbrush or a denture brush with mild soap or denture cleaner, and gently brush your dentures. Be sure to use only approved denture cleaners, as other products may be too abrasive and damage your denture.
- After brushing, rinse your dentures with clean water again.
- Using a soft, wet toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste, gently brush your natural teeth and gums before returning your dentures to your mouth. If this is uncomfortable, try wrapping a soft, wet washcloth around your index finger and rub it gently over your gums.
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What does a denturist do?
Denturists are dental experts who focus specifically on dentures. They receive specialized training in the aesthetic design, creation, care, and application of dentures.
Are denturists doctors?
Denturists are not doctors. Instead, they are dental experts with a sole focus on treating patients who wear dentures, including providing denture repairs, complete dentures, dentures on implants, and many other denture services.
Are dentures a good idea?
Dentures are not necessarily the best option for every patient. However, for many people, they provide a comfortable, affordable, and effective solution for a number of dental or oral health concerns they may be experiencing. We look forward to meeting with you to help you decide if dentures are the right option for you.