Dental Implants

Implant Retained Dentures revolutionized the denture profession.

Complete Dentures

Restore your chewing ability, aesthetics and overall quality of life

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures replace one or more of your natural teeth.

St. Albert Denture & Implant Clinic

Woman having her free denture consultation

St. Albert Denture Clinic believes in delivering services that use the most modern dental products, technology, and techniques in today’s market. Understanding our patient’s needs is one of our utmost concerns as we try to deliver the best possible treatment to address our patients’ concerns and oral health requirements.

We provide a wide range of denture services and we understand every patient requires specific treatment based on their unique needs. We offer complete dentures, implant retained dentures, partial dentures, teeth whitening, relines, digital dentures, and other services dependent upon your needs.

To ensure your dentures not only look great but feel great too, we implement advanced computer assisted design and manufacturing tools for the most accurate, impressive results.

We are committed to providing outstanding service and patient care in St. Albert. Call us today for a free, no obligation consultation at 780.459.3437 and ask how we can give you your smile back.

Our Advantages

Accepting Insurance

We can direct bill for most insurance claims.

Using Innovative

St. Alberta Denture Clinic utilizes the most innovative and up-to-date procedures.

Guarantee Success
of Denture Treatments

We discuss all treatment options to help ensure the best possible outcome.

St. Albert Certified Denturists

St.Albert Denture clinic has over thirty years of denture service experience in St. Albert and the surrounding area.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you receive dentures for the first time, your speech will most likely be affected for the first couple of weeks. Many patients find their speech actually improves when they first start wearing dentures. When replacing existing dentures, your speech could be affected for a few days. In both instances, your speech adaptability will be corrected in time.

The cost of your dentures will vary depending on your specific treatment plan. In some cases, people over 65 can be fully covered for standard dentures by the government depending on their income.

The best way to get a detailed estimate for dentures is to make an appointment for a free consultation with our denture specialist today.

Most patients need to replace their dentures approximately every 10-12 years. But keep in mind, this number depends on significantly on that particular person. If you have problems properly chewing your food, a sore jaw, or ringing or buzzing in your ears, there is a good possibility it’s time to replace your dentures. Come in for a free consultation at St. Albert Denture and Implant Clinic to receive the proper information you need so you are informed about all of your treatment options.

There are several indicators that it might be time to get dentures. Some signs include tooth decay and rotted roots, oral pain, difficult or painful chewing, one or more missing teeth, swollen, sore, and bleeding gums, or lacking confidence in your smile. All of these challenges (and more) can be solved with the help of dentures.

The best dentures to get are made using advanced techniques to obtain your specific oral measurements, including precise moulds and jaw measurements. Good quality dentures are also made with premium materials.

Not sure which denture service you need?

Contact us today for a Denture Consultation.