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Traditional Dentures

Full Dentures - Traditionally Made

Utica Dental Lab offers 3 options for dentures: Traditional Dentures, 3D Printed Dentures, and Ivotion Monolithic Milled Dentures.

The removable department at Utica Dental Lab boasts a number of highly skilled and experienced technicians. While we’ve made ample efforts to retrofit the lab with digital technology, some things can’t quite be replaced.

Following a traditional analog process, your dentures will have a quality and durability that over 60 years of experience has taught.

Dentures are made with Lucitone 199 acrylic via press pack method and use Artic Teeth by Kulzer.

Close Up Dentures
Full Denture Upper and Lower

Full Dentures - Traditionally Made

Full Denture Upper and Lower

Utica Dental Lab offers 3 options for dentures: Traditional Dentures, 3D Printed Dentures, and Ivotion Monolithic Milled Dentures.

The removable department at Utica Dental Lab boasts a number of highly skilled and experienced technicians. While we’ve made ample efforts to retrofit the lab with digital technology, some things can’t quite be replaced.

Following a traditional analog process, your dentures will have a quality and durability that over 60 years of experience has taught.

Dentures are made with Lucitone 199 acrylic via press pack method and use Artic Teeth by Kulzer.

The Dentures Process

Traditional Models with Impressions

Step 1

Stone Models are poured using analog impression method.

Wax Rims/Bite Blocks

Step 2

Wax Rims are made to properl articulate the denture.

Wax Try-In

Step 3

A try-In is made of wax. All adjustments should be recorded.

Final Dentures on white background

Step 4

The final prosthesis is madevia press pack, polished, and delivered to the client.

An Introduction to Our Removable Dept.

The Elevator Pitch for Utica Dental Lab and the Removable Department.

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An Introduction to Our Removable Dept.

The Elevator Pitch for Utica Dental Lab and the Removable Department.

Utica Dental Lab Logo

Denture Did You Know?

The earliest record of dentures is from around 7th century BC, when Etruscans fashioned a denture from animal and human teeth. This art ended with their civilization, but re-emerged with the practice of making dentures in the 1700s.

In the 1700s, sugar was well-known and available throughout Europe. As a result, there was more tooth decay and tooth-saving techniques such as root canals were not yet developed. This meant that many people were missing teeth, and it was rare for someone to reach 50 with all their natural teeth. And so many people needed false teeth.