Teeth radiate character, attractiveness, and liveliness.  They provide you with self confidence, charisma and self-assurance.  It goes without saying, therefore, that you want to gather all the necessary information before you make the decision regarding the optimum dentures for you.

At Morley Denture Professionals, one of Perth’s leading Denture Clinics, we do not promote the technique of “copy dentures”  (ie, duplicating your existing dentures). This method is still used by many operators and can be flawed, as it replicates any  existing bite problems.  Whilst this can seem to be a cheaper and easy option, it is fraught with complications, and ultimately  could  cost you more money in the future.

Although we have several ranges of dentures available at Morley Denture Professionals, our process of superior facial and skull analysis is employed on all of our denture patients.

We believe this to be the most important factor in ensuring a well fitting and comfortable denture. If the initial measurements and impressions are not taken correctly, it will result in a compromised outcome and ill-fitting, poor functioning dentures.

New dentures take approximately 4 weeks to manufacture, comprising of 4 visits to our clinic.

Biofunctional Prosthetic System (BPS) – What does it mean?


The most important demand on your denture is to reproduce the functions of the natural teeth during mastication and speaking to a very high extent.


BPS promotes the fabrication of quality dentures. Only certified Dental Prosthetists are authorised to fabricate BPS dentures after thorough analysis of your individual situation.


BPS dentures are fabricated of especially coordinated materials. It enables the Dental Prosthetist the optimum analysis of your personal data and their use for the fabrication of distinctive BPS dentures.

High quality standards ensure that the BPS dentures meet your individual requirements.  The masticatory movements and the sensitivity of the oral mucous membranes are taken into consideration, as well as the wearing comfort during daily use, such as eating or speaking.