Dentures done with care, using Manitoba’s leading denture technology.
Andy is a passionate Denturist who enjoys helping his patients to gain a beautiful smile. Whether it’s through a full denture, a repair or just giving them peace of mind with their future dental needs.
Andy began in the denturist field in 1996, working alongside other leaders in the industry. Andy has been operating Koster Denture Clinic with his brother Jamie since 2017 when they acquired the family business, operating since 1970. Andy specializes in Digital Dentures, the newest technology in the industry.
When Andy isn’t caring for patients, he enjoys spending time golfing and riding his motorcycle. He and his wife Tracy have two girls, Abby and Leah.
Have questions that aren’t listed here? Reach out for a Free Consultation.
There are two main types of dentures, and they’re the following:
You need to review the following factors before deciding which is the best option for you:
Here are the things you can expect while wearing dentures the first time:
You can reintroduce solid foods once your mouth starts to get comfortable with your dentures. Typically, it may take 3–4 weeks before it’s safe to eat solid or harder foods after getting dentures. But ensure to start slowly with bite-sized pieces and easy-to-chew foods.
You may feel pain wearing temporary dentures after having your teeth extracted. But painkillers will help alleviate the pain and make you feel comfortable during the early stages of the healing period.
Avoid making adjustments to your dentures on your own. Adjusting your dentures at home can cause false teeth to break. If you’re dealing with any issues with your dentures, have them adjusted by your dentist.