Custom Fit Dentures

We offer our clients a full range of personalized professional denture services including:

Complete Dentures

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available: complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when all the teeth are missing, while partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain.

Complete dentures improve the appearance of your smile, reduce wrinkles around your mouth, and are custom-made to your liking. Contact us today to discuss denture treatment options that are sure to make you smile.


Denture implants are small titanium posts attached directly and permanently into the jaw which will act like roots for your denture. Your partial or complete denture is then snapped onto the implants providing more maximum stability and a secure fit.

Loose and sore dentures are difficult enough to contend with, and losing your sense of taste because of them can also reduce your quality of life. Thankfully, there is a solution. Implant dentures provide the most chewing function possible because they support stabilized teeth and eliminate conventional denture challenges.

  1. Permanent teeth: A minimum of four implants would be placed in your upper or lower jaw, or both jaws. Your new teeth would then be secured to the implants. These teeth will not move or come out of your mouth. Think of it like having your natural teeth back! You even go back to brushing your teeth in your mouth again instead of in a cup by your bedside.
    Your new teeth would take up considerably less room in your mouth in comparison to a conventional denture. This helps make them feel more comfortable and natural. Permanent teeth offer the ultimate in convenience, function and comfort.
  2. Removable dentures retained by implants: Implants would be placed in your upper or lower jaw, or both jaws. Your new dentures will “click” or “snap” onto the implants when you place them in your mouth; Think of it working like a button on a jacket.
    You would need to place your fingers or thumbs underneath the dentures in order to pop or push them out of your mouth. Removable dentures on implants offer a drastic improvement in comfort and function in comparison to a denture without implants. Since you are still wearing a denture, however, you will still be able to experience all of the same issues that would typically be associated with dentures only these issues will happen much less. The dentures would still get loose, can get food underneath them and can still cause sore spots

Removable Partial Dentures

A removable partial denture fills the gap between two healthy teeth and consists of replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored plastic base.  Removable partial dentures are connected by a metal framework that helps keep them in place.

After losing one or more teeth, your remaining natural teeth can start moving into the adjacent empty space, which can cause bone loss around the root of existing teeth. Wearing a partial denture will fill gaps where a natural tooth might naturally move. Modern esthetic dentures provide you with dental solutions like invisible or clear clasps as well as dental implant dentures so no one knows you’re wearing a denture.

If you have misshapen teeth, gaps between teeth, or teeth with deep discoloration, we can help with partial denture.

Immediate Dentures

Immediate dentures are dentures that are made prior to someone having their teeth extracted.

We take impressions of your mouth while your natural teeth are still present. We then craft a denture in the likeness of your natural teeth and apply any necessary modifications to make that perfect smile! Immediate dentures are made in advance, so you can keep smiling the same day your teeth are extracted at the dentist office.

The Montague Denture Advantage

Your smile is very important to you, and therefore, very important to us. Our premium personalized dentures are made with careful and precise consideration to aesthetics, comfort, fit and function.

Our premium dentures differ from standard or budget dentures:

  • Higher Quality
  • More Cosmetic
  • Stronger
  • More Durable
  • Name Embedding