Denture Rebase, Relines, and Repairs

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Denture Rebase, Repair, and Reline

Denture Rebase, Relines, and Repairs

Denture Rebase

Rebasing is a process completed in the laboratory, where the acrylic holding the denture teeth in place is replaced. Rebasing is usually done when the denture teeth have not worn out in comparison to the denture base material. This is a cost-effective way of providing a stable denture without replacing the denture teeth.

Denture Relines

Over time, your denture will lose its fit, causing soreness, looseness, rocking, and food entrapment. We can reline the tissue bearing surface of the denture to restore the optimal fit of your denture. On average, people require a reline every 2-3 years. Other possible reasons for a Reline might include the following:

  • loss of weight
  • loss of teeth
  • loss of bone
  • aging
  • disease or illness
Denture Repairs

Most repairs can easily be done in one day. If your denture requires a repair, it may be indicative of underlying problems, including the age of the denture, worn teeth, or poor fit.

In most cases, your denturist can restore an existing broken or cracked denture. Repairs may be required when breakage or chipping occurs, when one or more teeth need to be added to an existing denture (due to tooth extraction), or because of wear and tear.

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97 Westmount Road

Voted #1 Guelph Denturist
Benjamin Veige, DD, Denturist

Mon to Thurs 9 - 5
Fri 9 - 3
Weekends avail. on request


Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we have temporarily closed our office to patients, as mandated by the College of Denturists and CDC. Although we are shut down temporarily to see patients if you have broken your denture we can repair it. Please call the office at (519) 821-1750 and Victoria will be happy to arrange a time for you to drop off your denture in our contactless emergency drop box located just outside our clinic.

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