Same-day denture repairs & emergency denture repairs in Perth.
Don’t put up with a broken or chipped denture. Call us immediately.
We have a same-day denture repair service and can fix your denture while you wait. Only high-quality, TGA-approved materials used!
Broken or chipped dentures don’t always need to be replaced. At Morley Denture Professionals, we have the advanced tools and materials to perform quality repairs right here, so your dentures will be looking and feeling like new again.
Our denture clinic adheres to the most stringent hygiene and cross-infection protocols which are undertaken prior to acceptance of every repair.
A BPS® certified clinic
A BPS® (Bio-function Prosthetic System®) certified clinic.
When complete care & attention to detail matters.
Common reasons for denture repairs
If you have broken or damaged your denture in any way, please don’t attempt to fix it yourself.
Home repairs can often damage your denture further, resulting in unnecessary expense – or even requiring a new denture.
HYGIENE TIP: Before bringing your denture in to us, please remove it, brush with soap and water (to remove any debris) and place it in a clean plastic bag.
How to take care of your dentures
Here’s how to extend the life of your denture and avoid costly repairs:
Handle with care
When handling your dentures, make sure you stand over a folded towel or a sink full of water to avoid breakage if they slip out of your hands.
Brush your dentures daily
Keep dentures moist when not wearing them
Never force your dentures
Follow good oral hygiene
Brush and floss any remaining teeth, and gently brush your gums and tongue with a soft-bristle toothbrush.
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
Often, patients call us wanting a ‘repair’ because the dentures are uncomfortable. Rather than needing a repair, the denture needs a reline.
Why did my dentures break?
Dentures don’t last forever. Depending on the materials, they can last anywhere between 2 to 10 years, with most dentures lasting approximately 4 to 6 years.
Suppose you have an inferior quality denture, and it doesn’t fit well. In that case, there may be an uneven spread of pressure every time you bite, which compromises the denture. Over time, the denture succumbs to the stress and then breaks.
Another common reason for breakages is through being accidentally dropped on hard tiles in the bathroom floor.