Getting your first set of new dentures can be overwhelming and a little daunting. At Emergency Denture Repairs, we’re here to answer all your questions and provide a safe, caring environment where you can relax and know you’re in professional hands.

We have six clinics around Perth and a mobile denture clinic, so everyone can benefit from our 35 years of experience. We also accept all major health funds, so there’s no reason not to restore your winning smile.

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Full and Partial New Dentures

Our professional dental practitioners will perform an examination to determine if you need brand new full or partial dentures in Perth, and we’ll discuss the range of options available to you*. We use the latest technology to make a personalised prototype so you can see your new dentures before we create the real thing.

Affordable Dentures

Emergency Denture Repairs is a direct manufacturer of top-quality dentures, so we can offer you the lowest prices on your treatment. We also accept all major health funds and we’re a preferred HBF health fund provider, meaning you could receive up to 80% rebate.

Mid-Range Dentures

For many people, our mid-range or conventional dentures will be the perfect solution. We carefully remove any existing teeth, making sure you’re fully aware of the entire process so you can make an informed decision. Once the gum tissue has healed, we’ll fit your dentures. The process typically takes between three and six visits, and you’ll be able to make any changes or adjustments to your mid-range dentures during your visits.

Premium Dentures

For those wanting a more tailored approach, we offer premium dentures. While it’s a more expensive option for full or partial dentures, it does give a more comfortable and natural look, blending your dentures with your existing teeth for a beautiful, engaging smile.

Our Comprehensive Consultation Process for New Dentures

At Emergency Denture Repairs, our consultation process for new dentures typically involves several steps to assess your oral health, discuss your needs and preferences, and develop a customized treatment plan. Here’s what you can expect during a consultation for new dentures:

  1. Medical History Review: Our specialist consultants will begin by reviewing your medical history, including any existing health conditions, medications you’re currently taking, and past surgeries or treatments that may impact your dental health.

  2. Oral Examination: A thorough oral examination will be performed to assess the health of your teeth, gums, and oral tissues. This may involve visual inspection, palpation of the gums and jawbone, and possibly taking X-rays to evaluate the underlying bone structure.

  3. Discussion of Concerns and Goals: You’ll have the opportunity to discuss any concerns you have regarding your current dental situation and your goals for treatment. This may include issues related to the fit and comfort of your existing dentures, cosmetic preferences, or functional concerns such as difficulty chewing or speaking.

  4. Evaluation of Existing Dentures (if applicable): If you currently wear dentures, they will be evaluated to assess their condition, fit, and function. This evaluation will help determine whether adjustments can be made to improve their performance or if replacement is necessary.

  5. Customization: If you decide to proceed with new dentures, we will work with you to customize your treatment plan. This may involve selecting the appropriate materials, tooth shade, and denture design to achieve the desired aesthetic and functional outcomes.

  6. Impressions and Measurements: Once the treatment plan is finalized, impressions and measurements of your mouth will be taken to create custom-fitted dentures. These impressions provide a precise mold of your mouth, ensuring that the dentures fit comfortably and securely.

  7. Discussion of Maintenance and Care: We will provide instructions on how to care for your new dentures properly, including cleaning techniques, storage recommendations, and regular follow-up appointments for adjustments and maintenance.

  8. Scheduling: Once all the details are finalized, appointments will be scheduled for the fabrication and fitting of your new dentures. Depending on the complexity of the treatment plan, this process may take several weeks to complete.

Having Denture Problems?

Sometimes dentures can cause problems such as moving around, making clicking noises, and creating sore spots on the gums. If you have any issues with your dentures, don’t suffer in silence. Call Emergency Denture Repairs, and we’ll get to the heart of the problem, and in difficult cases, offer a more tailored denture solution.


*Emergency Denture Repairs wishes to advise that any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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