Toronto Dentures

Dentures

Dentures are custom-made in different shapes and sizes, depending on the number of teeth you’re missing. At Liberty Village Dental, we examine your mouth and based on your case, we recommend the most suitable denture option of the following for you:

  • Complete/Full Denture (for patients who are missing all their teeth)
  • Partial Denture (for patients who are missing some teeth)
  • Fixed Denture (dentures that get anchored permanently to your jaws)
  • Removable Denture (dentures that can be removed and put back on at the patient’s convenience)


We’re proud to be doing the full denture process in our office, starting with taking an impression of your bite, all the way to placing the denture in your mouth and making sure it is a perfect fit. During future follow ups, adjustments may be needed because of the nature of our shifting teeth.

We’re always available to provide you with quality dental care that fits your dental needs and your lifestyle. For dental questions, concerns or dental emergencies, call us at 416-533-3323 or book an appointment today.

 

Important update regarding the Corona Virus/COVID-19

To Our Valued Patients,

By now, you have heard of the increasing concerns surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. Please be assured that we are monitoring this ever-changing situation closely, and will always put the health and well-being of our patients, staff and the community first.

The Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario "strongly recommends that all non-essential and elective dental services be suspended immediately." As such, we have decided to suspend all operations at Liberty Village Dental until further notice.

If you have any Dental Emergency, please call Dental Emergency Services at 416-485-7121.

We look forward to taking care of your dental needs again. Once we get the 'all clear' from our regulatory body, we will contact you to book/rebook any appointments and address any concerns that you may have.

Thank you for your understanding during this unprecedented and challenging time.

We encourage you to wash your hands thoroughly and frequently, maintain social distancing, be mindful of at-risk loved ones, and stay safe and healthy!

Be well and take care.

Dr. Richard Carr