Meet Kent Roberts.
Burnside Denture Clinic is conveniently located at 160 Burnside Road East – this location is wheelchair accessible. Kent’s father was a Denturist, Kent’s Brother is a Denturist, Kent trained his 2 nephews who are Denturists and purchased his clinic in Saskatoon, which he successfully ran for 9 yrs before heading west! He starting working at his father’s clinic at the age of twelve, during summer holidays, and went straight into the Denturist program at The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology at the age of 18, graduating in 1995. He has been licensed as a Denturist since 1997. With this experience Kent is known for his quality workmanship and high standards. We like to treat our patients at Burnside Denture Clinic just like our own family and we make sure each of them feels relaxed, at ease and at home!! Kent’s new Denture care team is looking forward to hearing from you.
Since 1981 our patients have come to expect only the very best in professional care, workmanship and attention to detail.
What Can We Do For You?
we work with, and refer to, fourteen of the very best dental specialists in the greater victoria area.
Crown and Bridge Specialists.
Teeth Whitening Experts.
Root Canal Specialists.
Dentist Consultations and Extractions Arranged, on Request Complete, Immediate and Partial Dentures (False Teeth) Implants, Overdentures, Mouthguards and Soft Liners Relines, Rebases, Alterations & Reconstruction Treatment Plans.
Frequently Asked Questions.
- Correcting the bite.
- Better extensions and fit of the denture borders.
- Bite splint.
- Avoid straining, clenching and grinding your jaw.
- Remember: lips together, lips apart.
- Eat softer food.
- Apply warm compress.
- Call us!
- Bleeding Control: Apply pressure to the extraction site by biting on the gauze that was provided (for about one hour). Changing the gauze is not necessary, however if you do so, then dampen the gauze with water before placing it over the extraction sites. Don’t go home and lie down as the blood rushes to your head and it will take longer for the bleeding to stop. Remain upright for an hour while biting on the gauze.
- Smoking: Smoking delays healing and increases the chance of dry sockets (loss of the blood clot).
- Alcohol: Don’t drink alcohol for the next week as it expands the blood vessels and delays clotting.
- Preserving the blood clot: Do not disturb the socket for the next four days. Don’t drink through straws (you could dislodge the blood clot) and do not stick toothpicks or other objects into the socket.
- Rinsing: one teaspoon of salt in an eight ounce glass of warm water. Rinse your mouth gently six to eight times per day.
- Pain Control: Use the pain medication recommended by the Dentist. An ice pack applied to your face (20 minutes on, 20 minutes off) will help decrease the swelling.