The College of Alberta Denturists has mandated that we close our doors and only see patients on an emergency basis or for essential services in light of the COVID 19 virus. Someone will be in the office daily - so please do not hesitate to call us if you have an emergency. 

We do not want you to struggle thinking no one is here to help you. 

On the flip side, please practice social distancing, stay home whenever possible and be safe. We will see you when there has been a resolution.

-Bob Wilson and Staff of A & B Denture Clinic

Common Denture Questions at A&B Denture Clinic in Edmonton

Our staff and denturists at A&B Denture Clinic Ltd will be there for you if you have questions about our services. Your mouth and smile are important to us and educating our clients is one of our top priorities. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we received at our denture clinic in Edmonton.

How do I clean dentures?

It’s important to remove and rinse your dentures after you eat. Dentures can be delicate so treating them with care is vital to their long-term health. After removing your dentures, cleaning your mouth is important as well. It’s important to clean your dentures daily. You can also use a denture tablet regularly for stains that brushing alone cannot remove. Before you put your dentures back into your mouth, rinse your dentures thoroughly if you used a denture-soaking solution.

How long does it take to make dentures?

Typically it takes about two weeks before getting complete dentures once your teeth are removed.

What kind of dentures do you make?

We make complete dentures as well as partial dentures. Not only do we also offer dental implants, but we’re there for you after the fact as well. We offer relines and repairs to help make the transition smooth for you.

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