Frequently Asked Questions
After 30 years practising at his Main Street Denture Clinic in Mornington, David Ayton is always asked many questions relating to dentures and denture care. Below you will find the answers to some of the more frequently asked questions.
What is a denture?
A denture is a replacement for a missing tooth or teeth.
How long does a denture last?
How much do dentures cost?
As there are many different types of dentures, the cost will depend on the type that you require. Making and fitting individual precision-made dentures is a very labour-intensive and specialised task. At your initial free consultation, we will assess your needs and discuss the options available to you along with answering any questions or concerns you may have. All costs will be advised before commencing any treatment.
Can I claim a health fund refund rebate on dentures?
If your dental cover is included in your current private health fund you should be able to claim a rebate.We offer Hicaps direct claiming, meaning if you have cover you simply pay the gap, we do the rest. We can also give accurate quotes from your health fund. You will find we can simplify understanding the way your health fund works.
Will dentures affect what I eat?
Will dentures affect how I speak?
At first, with new dentures you may have some minor difficulty saying some words, usually this is just for a few days. If enunciating is practised, most issues can be overcome in a few hours.
How do I clean my dentures?
Can you copy my old dentures or a photo?
Main Street Denture Clinic Opening Hours
173 Main Street, Mornington, Victoria
Monday & Tuesday 9:00am to 5:30pm
Wednesday 9:00am to 3:00pm
Thursday 9:00am to 5:30pm
Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm
After hours appointments available by pre-arrangement
Main Street Denture Clinic
Main Street Denture Clinic Mornington
173 Main Street Mornington
Ph: 5975 1675
David Ayton, with an unsurpassed reputation has been helping people with their denture needs for over 30 years at Main Street Denture Clinic Mornington.