A denture rebase is the procedure for replacing most or all of the denture base material on an existing prosthesis.

Rebases are indicated when the teeth of a patient’s dentures are still in good condition but the base no longer fits or has been drastically damaged. For example, a denture rebase may be required if dentures are soaked in improper solutions (i.e bleach).

Rebasing may be recommended when the teeth a patient’s dentures are still in good condition but the base no longer fits or has been drastically damaged. Rebasing is the process of replacing the entire acrylic denture base providing a stable denture without replacing the denture teeth.

Rebases are often processed overnight so there will be a short period of time without the prosthesis.

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Our Process

What can I expect for a denture rebase:

  1. Morning visit, assessment of age of prosthetic and to ensure occlusion is still good.
  2. Border moulding and impressions inside existing prosthetic.
  3. Return to insert rebased prosthetics (in most cases this can be completed by the following day).

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