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Dentures Perth

Rediscover Your Smile with Dentures Plus Perth

Established since 2008, Dentures Plus Perth has provided premium denture solutions that restore smiles and improve lives. Originally founded as Dentures Plus, we have since evolved into Dentistry Plus, offering a comprehensive suite of dental services under one roof.

Crafting Quality, Restoring Comfort

Our experienced team of dental prosthetists and technicians, alongside our onsite dentist, are committed to crafting personalized dentures that fit seamlessly and comfortably. From full upper or lower dentures to partial dentures, and implant supported dentures each set is meticulously crafted with precision and care.

Comprehensive Dental Care, Unbeatable Value

At Dentistry Plus Perth, we believe in providing the highest quality service at reasonable prices. Our in-house manufacturing at our local Perth denture labs ensures that you receive top-quality dentures without compromise. And with our comprehensive range of dental services, including general dental treatments, your experience with us is well-rounded and convenient.

Your Trusted Partner in Dental Care

With seven convenient locations across Perth, Dentistry Plus Perth is your trusted partner in dental care. Whether you're in need of denture repairs, relines, adjustments, or general dental treatments, our friendly team is dedicated to providing you with the highest standard of care and attention.

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Experience the Dentistry Plus Perth difference. Schedule your consultation today and let us help you achieve a smile that feels comfortable and functional. Because everyone deserves high-quality dental care at reasonable prices.


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It's our little secret

Dentures from Dentistry Plus look the part of a natural, stunning smile. The only people who'll ever know that they're actually dentures are you and your dental prosthetist.

Affordable transformation

Dentures are a fraction of the cost of implants, crowns and bridges but can provide the same visual impact of its higher cost alternatives. Best of all, should you change your mind and go for implants in the future, you can connect your same dentures to the implants and can click them on and off whenever you please.

Smile with confidence

Forget about not going out, putting your hand over your mouth when you smile or forcing yourself not to smile at all. A new set of dentures from Dentistry Plus will provide you with an amazing smile that not only makes you look great, but feel great, too.

Everything, under one roof

Denutres are at the heart of what we do at Dentistry Plus, which started life as Dentures Plus back in 2008. 

Bringing all of our expertise from both Dentistry Plus and Dentures Plus together, with dentists, dental technicians, prosthetists, hygenists and a dental laboratory all under the one roof - we have the ability to perform all of your dental needs, right here.​​​​​​​

Do you have payment plans?

Yes, we offer payment plans through Pretty Penny Finance, providing flexible payment options to make your dental procedure more affordable. Please call 9228 3434 for more information.

As an alternative option, you may also apply for early release of your superannuation to help fund your dental procedure/s – this option is available to accepted applicants only, through SuperCare. Please call 1300 665 440 or visit the SuperCare website for more information.

You have a 24-hour cancellation/rescheduling policy. Why?

In order to offer optimal service, Dentures Plus has a 24 hour cancellation / rescheduling policy.

If you miss your appointment, cancel or change your appointment with less than 24 hours’ notice, you will be charged $65.00.

This policy must be adhered to so as to respect both our staff and our clients. Cancellations with less than 24 hours’ notice are difficult to fill. By giving last-minute notice or no notice at all, you may prevent someone else from being able to schedule into that time slot. Additionally, these changes place a burden on management costs, as staff members have been recruited especially to serve you for a specified time.

How do I keep my dentures clean?

This is our number one question! The answer to this is DO NOT USE TOOTHPASTE! Regular toothpastes contain an abrasive agent, which when used to clean dentures wears away the acrylic, leaving microscopic scratches on the surface that retain plaque and calculus and essentially make it harder to clean your denture.

The best way to keep your dentures clean is to first brush your denture with a medium bristled tooth brush in warm soapy water. Yes – any soap will do, but ensure you thoroughly rinse off all the soap. Once the denture has been cleaned, place your denture on a clean dry towel by your bathroom basin or somewhere safe and leave it there overnight. Do not soak the denture in water and denture solution.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Is it okay to sleep with my dentures?

The answer to this is: it’s up to you. While ideally you should leave them out at night to allow the gums to recover, many patients do not like to be seen by their partner without their dentures in.

There is a famous analogy, ‘Do you sleep wearing your shoes? So why sleep wearing your dentures?’ What this means is if they are not being used, then why wear them? Think about it… you are putting your gums under pressure for an additional eight or so hours whilst sleeping for no real reason – you don’t require them to eat, you’re not out in public, and you’re not trying to talk – so do your gums and dentures a favour and give them a rest!

When should I get new dentures?

It is advisable to get a new set of dentures every 5-7 years to keep up with the changes in the mouth and to ward off any signs of deterioration and wear to the dentures. However, a regular 6 monthly check up is advisable to avoid any unforeseen problems and to check the underlying tissues supporting the denture for signs of infection or sore spots.

My lower denture is always loose, why is this?

Unfortunately a full lower denture will always be loose because unlike like the full upper denture, it does not have a large area of tissue available to use for suction, which gives the denture stability and retention. As you know, upper and lower dentures are very different shapes. This is because the upper denture extends all the way to the back to the soft palate and creates a palatal seal, while the lower denture is in the shape of a horseshoe to allow room for the tongue and all of its attaching muscles. As a result, we are unable to create suction which in turn prevents proper retention, which means that the only thing we can aim to achieve is some stability. Unfortunately, the amount of stability that we can achieve depends on how much remaining bone is present, as once teeth are lost; the surrounding bone is resorbed by the body as demonstrated in the pictures below:


Do I need a new denture?

This usually depends on how old the denture is: if it is over 7 years old, this indicates that it is time for a new denture to accommodate the changes in the underlying bone.

If the denture is relatively new, it may mean that you need a hard reline to improve the fitting surface of the denture. Some patients, especially those who lost their teeth to periodontal disease (where the inflammation from plaque around the teeth causes swelling and bleeding of the gums, with permanent bone loss resulting from long standing inflammation) will experience very rapid loss of alveolar bone and will need hard relines more frequently than other patients.

My denture is loose and moves all over the place when I’m eating. What does that mean?

Normally, this means 1 or two things.

  1. That your bite may not have been registered correctly when you first had your dentures made. Registering a bite is a very difficult procedure, as the jaws usually align themselves using the position of the teeth. Once the teeth are lost, the jaws lose their ability to properly close together in their usual relationship. The loss of supporting bone from around the teeth also further complicates this, as the shape of the jaws is therefore constantly changing. This can be corrected by retaking the bite and re-aligning the denture.
  2. Long term use has worn away the molar teeth (the large teeth at the back of the denture) which are responsible for positioning the upper and lower dentures. The molar teeth contain three or four cusps each, which are little raised areas that help crush and grind food, but also determine how the teeth occlude – or come together. These are ground down over time on dentures and once they are lost, a new denture is required.
How much will I get back from my health fund when I purchase my next set of dentures?

In order to reduce the cost for our patients as much as possible, we are both HBF Participating Providers and Medibank Members Choice Providers, which means you may be eligible to get up to a 60%-80% rebate from your next denture. We are also registered with all health funds so to find out exactly how much they will cover, just give your health fund a call.

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Full upper and lower dentures Perth

Dentures is in our DNA. It's where we came from.

Originally known as Dentures Plus - Dentistry Plus are transformative dental prosthetists, who boast over 100 years of combined experience.

And with our own newly built, high-tech lab in Leederville; Dentistry Plus are producing some of the best dentures not just in Perth, but in the World.

There are many options when it comes to dentures, such as:

  • Full dentures
  • Partial dentures
  • Implant supported dentures

Knowing what's right for you doesn't have to be difficult

Dentistry Plus makes things easy, laying out what is best for your individual circumstances and working within your budget.

As your dentists, it's our goal to guide you towards a solution that will be the most cost-effective long term and will provide you with a highly functional and healthy mouth.

At our Joondalup, Leeming, Maddington, Leederville and Kwinana clinics, we use only the highest quality materials available and utilise the latest in manufacturing technology. 

Because of the utmost care that Dentistry Plus goes to, there's a Plus to going with us.

Give us a call today and book in an appointment so that we can help you achieve the smile that you deserve.


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Payment plans & early Super release

Did you know you can apply to have your super released early to help cover the costs of your dental procedure? We also have easy payment plans available.

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With 7 convenient locations in Joondalup, Leeming, Maddington, Leederville, Kwinana, Claremont and Rockingham there's a Dentistry Plus near you. We can't wait to meet you and become the dentists that you trust, now, and in the years to come.