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The scope of practice for a Denturist covers the following and is not limited to:

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Complete denture design and fabrication
Complete dentures are oral prosthesis that replaces all the teeth on your Maxillary(upper) and/or Mandibular(lower) arches(jaws). There are different types of dentures varying in quality. A denturist will recommend solutions specific to your oral condition, functional needs, and esthetic requirements to ensure satisfactory and realistic outcomes.
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Implant supported denture fabrication

A dental surgeon may place two or more implants that will act like healthy roots.  Implant dentures are fabricated or refitted on top of these anchors to give dramatic increase in the stability of your dentures. The new system can be completely implant supported or implant and soft tissue supported.
Here are some great benefits of having implant retained dentures:
   • Looks, feels, and functions like natural teeth
   • Improved stability during eating
   • Improved ability to taste and enjoy food
   • Improved chewing ability and digestion
   • Improved bone preservation
   • Improved health and confidence
   • Reduced irritation or infection of your gums
Partial denture design and fabrication
Partial dentures are oral prosthesis that replaces one or more but not all missing teeth in a dental arch. Depending on the teeth remaining in your oral cavity, partial dentures may be completely tooth supported, tissue/tooth supported or implant/tissue supported. A denturist will recommend solutions to preserve your remaining teeth and bones and ensure proper chewing and digestion.
Immediate denture fabrication
Immediate dentures are oral prosthesis that are fabricated prior to extractions of your teeth to aid in the post surgical healing process. In addition, the new teeth will act as immediate replacement of your natural teeth to reduce setbacks from the extractions. During the healing period, postoperative instruction from the surgeon and the denturist must be followed carefully. Your gums and bone recede to a much smaller size because of the tooth sockets closing. Regular check-ups and maintenance to ensure ideal healing are required. Temporary linings or tissue conditioners will be required to ensure a positive fit. This procedure may be repeated a number of times based on your physiological rate of healing. At the completion of the healing period, a permanent reline or a new denture may be constructed to ensure a comfortable and precise fit.
Relines, rebases and repairs of patient or practitioner removable dentures