Due to accidents, diseases, injuries and even just aging, one may lose a large majority of his or her teeth. This may cause physical and emotional uncomfort due to the disfigured appearance it may connote. There is a solution to this problem, however, dentures are manufactured to restore your physical appearance and act as well as natural teeth.
Dentures are prosthetics manufactured to replace the entire set of teeth. Teeth that have been lost due to gum diseases, accidents and old age can be replaced with this removable device. Dentures are as effective as teeth for chewing and eating, your smile also returns with the use of dentures. Dentures can be full or partial depending on your preferences. You can keep your remaining teeth and get a customized set of dentures to compensate for the missing teeth or order full dentures to replace all teeth.
At Strong Denture & Snoring, we use the latest technologies available today to provide you with the most advanced methods for fitting & obtaining impressions of your teeth. To do this we are utilizing 3D Digital Scans, we no longer take impressions!
✓ 100% Safe
✓ Perfect Fits
✓ No Metal Trays
✓ No Unpleasant Metallic Taste
✓ And NO MORE GAGGING!!!
Our Premium Dentures
This is the classic, full, removable denture. It is used as a complete replacement for teeth- remaining teeth are removed before using conventional dentures.
This are placed in as a temporary replacement given after a procedure to remove damaged teeth. Immediate dentures should be remodeled and realigned upon subsequent dental checkups.
Partial dentures are customized dentures, designed to account for existing teeth. The dentures are placed over the gum in a manner that aligns with existing teeth. They are also referred as Overdentures.
Our Denture Specialist
Since 2008, Carla Stagno owned and operated the Tiberia Denture Clinic in Windsor. The Tiberia Denture Clinic has always been passionately dedicated to creating smiles for patients of all ages and working with the belief that a new smile changes far more than your outward appearance. Stagno began her career in the dental field in 2001 as a dental assistant level I & II and is HARP certified. In 2006, Stagno graduated from George Brown College for the Denturism Program and while in school was working under Patrick J. Strong. Throughout her career, Stagno obtained certifications from the College of Denturists of Ontario and the Denturist Association of Ontario. Stagno believes a new smile can renew your confidence, change the way you view yourself and change the way others see you. Currently, Tiberia Denture Clinic merged with the Strong Clinic located on Deziel Drive in Windsor. Together they plan to improve the quality of life for their patients through better sleep and smiles.
Why Choose Strong Denture?
Dentures are used to maintain normal facial appearances as an absence of teeth can cause a sagging of facial muscles and skin. Dentures maintain a radiant facial appearance and help retain your charming smile.
- We care and are committed to making your smile very beautiful
- Offer in-house payment options to fit your budget
- We know getting dentures may be difficult for some, that is why we work hard to make sure your experience is as enjoyable as possible
- You aren’t just a patient to us. We take an interest in you and your oral health needs
1. Is the consultation free?
Absolutely! You can even schedule your FREE consultation here.
2. Are there any government programs?
Unfortunately, at the time there are no government assistance programs. However, at The Strong Clinic, we believe everyone deserves a beautiful smile, contact us to learn more about our custom repayment program.
3. Will my insurance cover this?
Depending on your coverage plan, since it is a medical problem, not a dental issue, your insurance company may cover your appliance. We work with all insurance companies and if needed payment plans are available! We accept Green shield Canada, Manulife, Sunlife and more!
4. How long will my dentures last?
Insurance companies recommend that premium dentures be replaced every 5-10 years. But like with anything, good care and yearly checkups with your denturist will help make them last as long as possible.
5. Do you provide porcelain dentures?
Even though porcelain dentures are on the decline we believe in their durability and thus still provide porcelain dentures upon request.