Denture Relines

Improving the fit, comfort and longevity of your dentures.

A denture reline is where we resurface the tissue side of a denture with new material so that it compensates for the shrinkage of (or changes in) your gums.

A reline is an essential requirement in looking after your denture. Think of it like servicing your car. The more you care for it, the more comfortable it will be. And, the longer it will last.

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A BPS® certified clinic

A BPS® (Bio-function Prosthetic System®) certified clinic.

When complete care & attention to detail matters.

We use the world’s most sophisticated system (with the Dr Abe suction technique for loose lower dentures) to create truly advanced dentures, unlike anything you could ever imagine.
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How do I know if I need my denture relined?

What are the benefits of a denture reline?

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Why choose Morley Denture Professionals?

Operating over 25 years

We have the experience to help with even in the most challenging cases.

Dentures made on-site

Made on-site at our Perth denture clinic. No dentures are sent off-shore or interstate.

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FAQ's about Denture Relines

We offer a same-day service for denture relines. To take advantage of the service, you must arrive at 9 AM and leave your denture with us. Collection time is from 4 PM till closing time.

A hard reline uses the same pink/red hard acrylic material that the ‘gums’ of your denture are made. Your dental prosthetist will take an impression of your mouth to match its exact shape, create a mould, then apply the reline. Hard relines last for approximately 3 years.

A soft reline is a cushioned, resilient lining applied to a lower denture. This soft lining helps if you suffer from bony structures and uneven ridges in the mouth. It makes the denture more comfortable and can reduce distressing sore spots along the gum line. Unlike a hard reline, soft relines must be replaced more frequently (approximately every 2 years) as the material can break down and deteriorate.
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