The team at Clinico Denture & Hearing uses only the best materials available when constructing our dentures. We ensure your dentures have natural aesthetics and are hard-wearing whilst giving you the confidence to smile again.
Hand-crafted to the highest standards, using the Prosthetic System, the Implant Denture is the result of an extremely specific tooth setup and using the Accu-liner articulating system along with high-quality, German-made, natural-looking triple-layer teeth.
Our Implant Denture comes with a full 3-year manufacturing warranty and includes all aftercare appointments, function, and aesthetics. The Implant Denture will provide optimum aesthetics and function giving you the best results money can buy.
The Cosmetic Denture is known as the "Anti-aging Denture" using particular techniques to build up the anterior region of the denture to even out wrinkle lines around the lips. Cosmetic new dentures are a great alternative to plastic surgery.
Premium Dentures are designed to be hard-wearing, high-quality dentures. Premium new dentures are handmade in our own laboratory right here in the Waikato in the most state-of-the-art facility, and carry a two year manufacturers warranty.
Clinico Essential Dentures are made to be durable and robust. They carry a 12-month manufacturer's warranty and are made right here in our own state-of-the-art Laboratory, based in the Waikato, New Zealand. The Essential denture is ideal for those on a tight budget.
Chrome Palate Dentures
The Chrome Palate denture has two benefits over any other full upper denture. They give unbreakable palate strength, and are a lot thinner than any other full upper denture. If you have natural lower teeth and require a full upper denture then the chrome palate is for you.
Acrylic Partial Dentures
Clinico's Acrylic (Partial) Dentures are made from high-quality materials and handcrafted to provide a comfortable fit and unique custom detailing. They are available in a range of natural shades to blend closely with your gum tissue.
Chrome Partial Dentures
Clinico Chrome (Partial) Dentures are precision cast to provide a light, strong and durable denture delivering optimum comfort in your mouth. They are available in a variety of shades and with custom detailing for the most natural look.
Flexible Partial Dentures
The Clinico Flexible (Partial) Denture is the best possible option for comfort and appearance of a partial denture. They are made from nylon, are flexible, and made to last and are five times stronger than the conventional acrylic partial denture.
Titanium Partial Dentures
Clinico Titanium (Partial) dentures are made from medical-grade titanium delivering a strong, durable and lightweight finish. They are available in a choice of acrylic bases to blend with natural gum tissue and are extremely wear-resistant.
When it comes to dentures sometimes accidents are unavoidable.
However, there’s no need to fret! Clinico denture repairs offer a comprehensive service for cracked or fractured dentures.
We can also repair chipped artificial teeth or replace ones that have broken. Dentures are at higher risk of a break or chip if the dentures no longer fit your mouth properly. This is due to natural factors such as mouth shrinkage that occur naturally over time.
Dentures under too much pressure (teeth grinding for example) can weaken and denture-breakage can occur.
Denture additions are the ideal problem solver when it comes to replacing an extracted tooth when you have a partial denture.
It is not uncommon for a natural tooth to require extraction after a denture has been fitted - this is where we can help - in some cases you do not need a new denture after having one or two teeth removed, Clinico may simply be able to add teeth to your current partial.
An Immediate Denture is a complete denture or partial denture inserted on the same day, immediately following the removal of natural teeth.
The most important advantage of Immediate Dentures is that you will never need to appear in public without teeth. It is also easier to duplicate the shape, color, and arrangement of your natural teeth while some are still present in your mouth. When an immediate denture is inserted at the time of extraction, it will act as a Band-Aid to protect the tissues and reduce bleeding.
An Immediate Denture will allow you to establish your speech patterns early. You will not have to learn to speak without a denture in place and then later relearn to speak with a new denture. An Immediate Denture will also allow you to chew better than without any teeth and minimise facial distortion that may occur when teeth are removed.
About six months following initial tooth extractions your Immediate Denture must be finalised by a permanent reline or new denture. Your Clinico clinician will discuss the pros and cons of these with you.
A major advantage to making a new denture is that the Immediate Denture can be a spare denture if the new denture breaks, is misplaced, or has to be repaired or relined in our laboratory.
Some people may be advised against Immediate Dentures due to general health conditions, or because of specific oral problems.
Implant retained dentures are a revolutionary way of having secure upper and lower dentures. There are a number of options available and your Clinico Clinician will discuss the benefits of each approach to help determine which is most appropriate for you.
There are two main types of dental implants, including conventional (full) implants and mini implants. There are advantages to each type of implant, so please ask your Clinico Clinician which implant solution is best for you.
Implant dentures result in less movement than conventional dentures, which have no connection except to your gums and are they are easily moved out of position by the tongue and lips. This is uncomfortable and can be embarrassing, but implant retained dentures are fixed in place and are much more secure.
We do our very best to ensure that implant-retained dentures give you the look, feel and function of real teeth. You will taste foods properly again, implant retained dentures don’t cover the roof of the mouth.
Are your dentures loose or uncomfortable? Don't stress, make an appointment today for a FREE no-obligation consultation on your denture relines.
A denture reline is needed when a denture starts to slip or fall down usually caused by small changes occurring in your gum tissue over a period of time. It is recommended that dentures should be relined every two years. A reline involves resurfacing only the internal part of the denture to readapt it to the shape of your gums.
We may just be able to get those old dentures fitting like new with a reline. Let us explain the process for your individual requirements.
Gift yourself and your family a great sleep night after night with Clinico's oral and dental devices that help treat snoring.
Our snoring treatment involves the use of dental or oral devices. These appliances are useful in correcting mild to moderate cases of obstructive snoring.
The good news is that there are numerous options for these dental devices, and your Clinico Clicinian can recommend one that suits your particular needs and fit it in the safest way.
One device that can be recommended for the snoring sufferer is the Mandibular Advancement device. This is one of the most widely used dental appliances for the treatment of snoring. It resembles a sports mouthguard in appearance and is useful in forcing the lower jaw down and forward slightly. This offers tremendous help in keeping the airway open, thereby preventing problems in breathing.
A Tongue Retraining device can also be recommended to correct snoring. This splint holds the tongue in the right position and works to keep the airway open. Regular dental visits are crucial because the device requires periodic adjustments or replacements.
Our team ensures the correct fitting of hearing aids which is absolutely vital for the best results, supplying any hearing aid brand from leading companies, mainly the USA and Europe.
Depending on your type of hearing loss and lifestyle, our specialists will recommend the best hearing aid for you.
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