Denture repairs & relines

Restore your smile. Walk in today.

Dentures need adjustments—it’s normal. If your denture is broken or needs a little extra love, we’re one walk-in visit away.

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Same-day denture repairs with our onsite labs¹

The sooner you come in, the sooner we can get started. Our best-in-class technology ensures your denture reline or repair is done quickly so you can feel naturally you again. Plus, walk-ins are always welcome so you get the repair you need, when you need it.

¹Patients must arrive at least 2 hours prior to office closing to be eligible for a same-day repair. In rare circumstances, patients may be asked to reschedule a same-day repair visit due to staffing issues.
What to expect: your denture repair

We keep your smile stress-free with a simple process you can count on.

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When do you need a denture repair or reline?

Sore spots or pressure

This is a sign a part of your denture needs an adjustment. We’ll resurface the friction point or reshape it so your smile feels natural again.

Hairline fractures

If you’ve noticed any cracks in your denture, it’s a sign it needs a repair to prevent any issues later on with fit or durability.

Broken denture tooth

If one or more denture teeth has broken or come off, we’ll replace or reattach it. We’ll also re-evaluate your bite for the cause of the broken teeth to prevent further issues.

Compare dentures

Not sure a repair is what you need? Explore your replacement options with denture packages designed for you and your budget.

Your questions answered

A denture reline resurfaces the inner surface of your denture to improve the fit and comfort as your mouth naturally changes over time. A denture repair addresses anything such as chips, hair line fractures and other damages. Learn more about relining your dentures today.

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends replacing your denture(s) every 5 years to maintain proper oral health. Explore your replacement denture options and get the solution that best suits your needs.

With every new denture, you’ll go through two steps: impressions and a bite registration. For Comfilytes® dentures, you’ll also complete a wax try-in and final insertion step to ensure your smile is exactly what you want. To learn more, visit our denture process page.

Taking great care of your dentures now means smiling longer. For our tips on keeping your dentures comfortable and giving them the care they need, visit our denture maintenance page.