Permanent & Removable Dentures in Barrie

We Insure Ideal Fit, Form & Comfort

There are numerous reasons Molson Park Dental Office allows our patients to choose to remove dentures. First, removable dentures are usually less invasive than permanent dentures. Also, they don’t require any form of implants or even mini-implants. For this reason, removable dentures are less expensive, and the ideal fit offers comfort.

Permanent Dentures

permanent dentures are a more attractive and healthier alternative to broken or missing teeth.

One of the common questions we hear at our dental care facility is whether removable dentures or permanent dentures are appropriate for oral health. At Molson Park Dental Office, it has always been our goal and passion to help Barrie residents improve their dental health and the overall quality of life by offering highly customized solutions tailored to meet each client’s unique dental health needs.

There are benefits of permanent dentures and removable dentures. In case you are unsure about the specific denture type that’s best for you, it’s recommended to consult with reputable cosmetic dentists in Barrie. They can explain the benefits and limitations of each denture type and ultimately help you make the right choice.

Several treatment options are available for you to consider. Some may require the expertise of an orthodontist, while others, like flossing or brushing in a gentle manner, do not. Our expert knows how to fix black triangles in teeth using all the available methods, including interproximal reduction, hyaluronic acid treatment, veneers, braces, and composite resin. Talk to us, and we will identify the most comfortable and effective option for you.

Benefits of Permanent Dentures

Most people consider permanent fixed dentures because they are a more long-term option. They serve as an effective implant-supported dental solution. In contrast to removable dentures, which replace only the visible part of your tooth, permanent fixed dentures replace the tooth root and the visible (top) part as well. Another benefit of permanent dentures is that they reduce the possibility of jawbone loss and could improve your overall facial structure.

Removable Dentures



Whether permanent or removable dentures, the ultimate purpose is to replace a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. The right option for you depends on many factors. At Molson Park Dental Office, we are happy to offer our patients thorough information tailored for their specific dental health situation in a hassle-free and no-obligation consultation session. Depending on the specific expenses involved and what needs to be replaced, there are many options to choose from.
For instance, if you don’t need full dentures, you can request partial dentures that best fit your dental situation. As with removable or permanent dentures, our dentists can offer either option.

Note that full dentures can be used after all your current teeth have been removed as the full dentures are easy to set. But if you still have some of your teeth, it is recommended to choose partial dentures.

Keep in mind that it might take several weeks to get used to your dentures. Throughout the course of your lifetime, choosing removable dentures means you must have them remade, relined, or rebased due to tear and wear or natural changes to your mouth. This is why it is recommended to visit a dental clinic for a yearly checkup.

Our team of dentists is always happy to help patients choose between removable and permanent fixed dentures and other oral health services.

We are a Family Friendly Practice

At Molson Park Dental Office, we provide family dentistry services. Toronto and Barrie dentist, Dr. Layth works with every child to build trust and comfort through the entire dental visit process.