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Partial Dentures Toronto

Get Your New Smile in 5 Days!

Searching for Partial Denture's in Toronto? We offer many custom options including Acrylic, Cast Metal and softer Flexible Partial Dentures. For a new smile that's fast and affordable, call us Twogether Dentures today!

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Patient Stephanie Y From Toronto With Her New Partial Denture
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Since 2007, we've helped more than 500 denture patients rebuild their smile!
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What Is A Partial Denture?

A partial denture is a removable dental appliance that's designed to replace one or more missing teeth. Its top benefits include improved aesthetics, restored functionality for chewing and speaking, and the prevention of shifting teeth to maintain proper dental alignment.

Key Partial Denture Benefits?

Partial dentures offer a wide range of benefits for patients who have lost one or more natural teeth including:
Cost Effective - partials are more affordable than dental implants and bridges
Lightweight - partial dentures are lightweight and comfortable
Custom Designed - achieve the smile you've always wanted

Key Partial Denture Disadvantages

Partial dentures offer a wide range of benefits for patients who have lost one or more natural teeth including:
Maintenance - partial dentures do require occasional maintenance
Bone resorption - overtime denture wearers experience a loss of bone in their jaw
Durability - partials have a shorter lifespan than other solutions like dental implants
Eating - for partial wearers, sticky, hard and chewy foods may be challenging to eat

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Before Treatment
After Treatment

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Before Treatment
After Treatment
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Meet Your Partial Denture Specialist

Since 2007, Denture Specialist Meri Paparisto has been crafting dentures for patients in the Toronto area.

With more than 16 years experience, Meri has the hands on expertise and knowledge needed to solve even the most complex patient case.

Now, Meri works alongside her sister Dr. Iliana Paparisto to provide comprehensive oral health care from one convenient location.

What Meri's Patients Say...

Getting a partial denture are Twogether Dentures is quick and easy. Just ask our recent patient Michelle A of Toronto.  In this brief video testimonial, Michelle talks about her experience at our denture clinic.
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Talking to a qualified denturist is the only way to know the best treatment for you.
We accept all insurance providers and will gladly handle the paperwork on your behalf.
Ask about our no-interest financing and convenient payment plans.
Get A Custom-Made Partial Denture In Just 10 Days!

Get A High-Quality Denture Like This In Just 10 Days!

Meri's dentures are competitively priced and hand-crafted to ensure maximum comfort, fit and stability.

Best of all, if you start today, your new denture can be ready in 10 days or less!

Imagine being able to once again eat, speak and smile normally!

Get 2 Years Unlimited Repairs & Adjustments!
Did we mention that all our new denture treatments include 2 years of unlimited repairs and adjustments? Yes, that's right! Get 2 years of unlimited repairs and adjustments for FREE! Guaranteed!
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Book a free 15 minute in-person or over-the-phone consultation with Twogether Dentures Today!
Call Us At: 416-465-6303

Acrylic Parital Dentures

Affordable, Versatile & Quick

Acrylic partial denturess are typically used when a patient has lost some, but not all, of their natural teeth. Here are some key characteristics of acrylic resin partial dentures:


  • Affordability: Acrylic resin dentures are often more budget-friendly compared to alternatives like dental implants or porcelain-fixed bridges.

  • Versatility: They can be used in various situations, making them suitable for patients who are not eligible for or prefer not to undergo more invasive procedures.

  • Removability: Acrylic dentures are removable, making them easy to clean and maintain. This feature also allows for adjustments and repairs if necessary.

  • Aesthetics: The replacement teeth on acrylic dentures can be customized to match the natural appearance of the patient's existing teeth, providing a more aesthetic look.

  • Non-Invasive: Acrylic dentures do not require surgery, making them a non-invasive option for replacing missing teeth.

  • Quick Fabrication: The process of fabricating acrylic dentures is typically faster compared to some other dental prosthetics, providing a quicker solution for tooth replacement.


  • Durability: Acrylic resin is not as durable as some other materials, and dentures made from acrylic may be more prone to wear and damage over time.

  • Comfort: Some patients find acrylic dentures less comfortable than alternatives like dental implants. They may take some time to get used to, and adjustments may be needed.

  • Staining: Acrylic resin can be more prone to staining from certain foods and drinks, which can affect the appearance of the dentures over time.

  • Bone Resorption: The use of removable dentures, including acrylic ones, may not prevent the natural process of bone resorption (loss of jawbone density), which can occur after tooth loss.

  • Challenges with Eating and Speaking: Patients may experience difficulties with eating and speaking, especially during the initial period of adjusting to the dentures.

  • Limited Stability: Acrylic dentures may not offer the same level of stability as fixed dental prostheses, and some patients may find them less secure.

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Acrylic Resin Partial Denture Toronto

Cast Metal Partial Dentures

Strong, Durable & Lightweight

Cast metal partial dentures use a metal framework as the foundation for the denture. It uses metal clasps (pictured) to secure the denture to the remaining natural teeth.


  • Durability: Cast metal partial dentures are known for their strength and durability. The metal framework can withstand the forces of chewing and biting, making them a long-lasting option.
  • Precision Fit: The metal framework is custom-made to fit the contours of the patient's mouth precisely. This precise fit enhances comfort and stability.
  • Thin and Lightweight: Metal frameworks can be thin and lightweight, providing a more comfortable and less bulky feel in the mouth compared to some other types of partial dentures.
  • Long Lifespan: With proper care and maintenance, cast metal partial dentures can have a longer lifespan than some alternative options.
  • Retention and Stability: The clasps or attachments on cast metal partial dentures help provide better retention and stability by securely gripping onto natural teeth.


  • Aesthetics: The metal framework of cast metal partial dentures may be visible when smiling or talking, which can be a cosmetic concern for some individuals.
  • Cost: Cast metal partial dentures tend to be more expensive than some alternative options, such as acrylic (resin) partial dentures.
  • Metal Allergies: Some individuals may be allergic to certain metals used in the fabrication of these dentures. However, the dentist can choose biocompatible materials to minimize this risk.
  • Additional Tooth Wear: The metal clasps may cause wear on natural teeth over time, although this is generally minimal with proper design and maintenance.
  • Adjustments may be needed: Over time, changes in the oral structures, such as bone resorption, can affect the fit of the partial denture, and adjustments may be necessary.
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Cast Metal Partial Denture Toronto

Looking For A Flexible Denture?

Flexible Dentures Are The Modern Solution for Partial Dentures

Flexible dentures offer the ultimate in comfort and convenience. They are soft, lightweight and easier on the gums. Want to learn more about our flexible dentures treatment?

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Why Choose Us?

Creating Great Dentures Since 2007

Meri has over 16 years experience and has helped hundreds of Toronto patients regain their smile and their confidence!

If you're missing one or more teeth, Meri can rebuild your smile and help you regain the normal function of your teeth.
  • Patient Michelle A of Toronto received a Partial Denture with Meri in Sept 2023!
  • Patient Michelle A of Toronto received a Partial Denture with Meri in Sept 2023!

Partial Dentures FAQs

Initially, some patients may experience discomfort or adjustment issues, but with time, most people find partial dentures comfortable. Proper fitting and adjustments by a dentist can enhance comfort.
To care for partial dentures, remove them for cleaning after meals. Brush them gently with a denture brush and mild soap. Soak them overnight in a denture cleaning solution. Regular dental check-ups are essential for adjustments and overall oral health.
Yes! Dental insurance coverage for partial dentures varies among providers and plans. While some insurance plans may cover a portion of the cost, others may not cover it at all. Not sure if you're covered? Let us handle it. We'll call your insurance provider free of charge and let you know what's covered and what's not.
Yes, you can eat with partial dentures, but it's recommended to start with softer foods and gradually reintroduce harder items. Avoid biting directly into very hard or sticky foods to prevent damage to the dentures.
The lifespan of partial dentures varies, but with proper care, they can last for several years. Over time, adjustments or replacements may be necessary due to changes in the oral structure or wear and tear.
While it's generally safe to sleep with partial dentures occasionally, it's recommended to remove them at night to give your gums and jaw a rest. Consult with your dentist for personalized advice based on your oral health.
Yes! And, we do repairs free for 2 years.
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Our consultations are 100% FREE with no obligation.

What's Included In the Consultation:

  1. Discuss your treatment goals
  2. Ask questions and get answers
  3. Learn about treatment options
  4. Receive a personalized treatment plan & pricing

Prefer to start with a quick call? No problem!

Call us at 647-424-2466 anytime from 9:30am to 5pm to speak with our Front Desk manager Pamela DeSales.

Location, Hours & Contact Info

288b Danforth Ave. Toronto, Ontario M4K1N6
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Friday9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday9:30 am – 2:00 pm
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