Designer Smiles Dentistry

Partial Dentures Sydney

Welcome to DesignerSmiles, your premier destination for high-quality partial dentures in Sydney. Partial dentures offer a comfortable and natural-looking solution for individuals missing some of their natural teeth. Whether due to injury, decay, or other dental issues, partial dentures can restore functionality and aesthetics to your smile.

Partial Dentures

Failed aesthetics: failing partial dentures, crowns and bridgework affecting patients comfort, function and aesthetics. This is further compounded by the presence of high smile line.

Partial Dentures – Case Study

We understand that every patient is unique. That’s why we take a personalised approach to crafting your partial dentures. Our skilled technicians work closely with our dentists to design dentures that fit seamlessly into your mouth, ensuring optimal comfort and functionality.

With state-of-the-art technology and advanced materials, we create partial dentures that look great, feel comfortable, and are durable. Our goal is to provide you with a restoration that blends seamlessly with your natural teeth, allowing you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

We prioritise your comfort and satisfaction throughout the entire process. From the initial consultation to the final fitting of your dentures, our team is dedicated to providing compassionate care and exceptional results.

Don’t let missing teeth hold you back any longer. Contact DesignerSmiles today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our partial denture options in Sydney. Let us help you restore your smile and improve your quality of life with our expert dental solutions.

Partial Dentures – Case Study

Failed aesthetics: failing partial dentures, crowns and bridgework affecting patients comfort, function and aesthetics. This is further compounded by the presence of high smile line.

Treatment: reconstruction of maxilla (upper arch) and mandible (lower arch) using partial dentures with supporting crowns. Where teeth have failed that require removal.

This study will show:

  • Complexity of treatment
  • Treatment outcome
  • Patient’s assessment

Note patient unable to put the teeth together. Teeth do not meet.

Poor unnatural aesthetic appearance of denture. Poor worn partial dentures that have been repaired.

Chief concerns: improving the aesthetic apperance of her smile. The concern is to improve aesthetics and provide normative function. This lovely patient wants to smile and chew her food confidently.


Patient was referred by her dentist, seeking specialist’s opinion and treatment in relation to options for optimal outcome. Patient had minimal finances and treatment plan was tailored to her comfort function and aesthetics using combination of crowns and partial dentures.









The loss of teeth from failing bridgework has left considerable soft and hard tissue defect. We have unacceptable aesthetics and function. It’s surprising to see how much patients can tolerate with broken down dentition. I guess we all are busy in our lives, looking after the family and finally when everyone is ok, it time for us. In general, whenever possible we construct new dentures would like to replace, or at least get close to the original teeth and gum colour and optimal tooth position in the arch to create natural aesthetics.

Note Upper and lower arches: broken-down dentition, discoloured crown margins, worn teeth, poorly constructed partial dentures with unnatural teeth: colour, form, progression and gum line.

Lower arch: Missing molars and premolars on LRS.


Unacceptable dental aesthetics and fucntion due dissatisfaction with failing restorations and dentures creating an aesthetic and fucntional disturbance.

Our Aim: to improve the aesthetics of upper arch: tooth shape, display, tooth colour, length, symmetry and smile line in general, as well replacing missing teeth using cspecially constructed chrome-cobalt based partial Dentures that will be comfortable to enable chewing and confidence in smiling.

This was accomplished with minimal discomfort to the patient and Mrs. O. Never left the practice without missing teeth. The provisional crowns and partial dentures were both aesthetic and comfortable.


Following with discussion of all risks and treatment modalities with our patient that included:

  1. No treatment: this is not an option as the restorations are failing and affecting longevity of supporting teeth.
  2. Repair existing restorations and make removable partial denture: this is a temporary measure and not accepted by the patient.

Provision of new crowns and partial dentures: accepted by the patient. Laboratory: Reconstruction of upper arch: implant supported bridgework and tooth supported crowns. Clinical: Reconstruction of upper arch: implant supported bridgework and tooth supported crowns.


Improve lower smile line with restoration of worn lower six front teeth. Level the bite level-occlusal plane. Treatment – provisional aesthetic partial dentures. The work was completed in six months. Final treatment outcome: we have restored esthetics comfort and function and we have a happy patient.

Can you tell where the missing teeth are? As a specialist we need to add that artistic touch in creating not just functional restorations and partial dentures, but imitating nature. This is aesthetics. During normal speech and smiling the clasps are not showing. The clasps can be redesign not to show as well. If you want complete or partial dentures, you need to see a specialist prosthodontist. After all we are the specialists in these areas.


FAQs About Partial Dentures

What are partial dentures?

Partial dentures are removable dental appliances used to replace missing teeth. They consist of artificial teeth attached to a base that matches the color of your gums.

Who is a candidate for partial dentures?

Candidates for partial dentures are individuals who have lost some of their natural teeth but still have some remaining healthy teeth.

Are partial dentures comfortable to wear?

With advancements in dental technology and materials, modern partial dentures are designed to be comfortable and natural-feeling. However, it may take some time to adjust to wearing them initially.

How do I care for my partial dentures?

Proper care of partial dentures involves daily cleaning with a denture brush and soaking them in a denture cleaner overnight. It’s also essential to brush your remaining natural teeth and gums to maintain oral health.

How long do partial dentures last?

With proper care and maintenance, partial dentures can last several years. However, they may need adjustments or replacement over time due to changes in your mouth or wear and tear.

Are partial dentures covered by dental insurance?

Coverage for partial dentures varies depending on your dental insurance plan. It’s essential to check with your provider to understand your coverage options.

What should I do if my partial dentures feel loose?

If your partial dentures feel loose or uncomfortable, it’s essential to schedule an appointment with your dentist for adjustments. Ill-fitting dentures can cause irritation and may lead to oral health issues if not addressed promptly.

What our Clients Say!

I've been a customer of Designer Smiles for over 20 years and I cannot say enough good things about them! From the moment you walk into the office, you are greeted with a warm and friendly atmosphere that immediately puts you at ease. The staff is knowledgeable, professional, and caring. They use the latest technology and take the time to explain everything. I highly recommend them!

Ken Baumli

Dr Sarkis is the maestro of cosmetic dentistry….for years I suffered with 2 slightly darker front teeth due to a childhood accident. I’ve had composite veneers before but nothing compared to the composite veneers Dr Sarkis did……now I feel so confident smiling again……Dr Sarkis I can’t thank you enough…

Monica McKenzie

Quite literally the best dentist I’ve been to in a lifetime. Dr Natasha Koelmeyer specifically is just a wonderfully kind and gentle Doctor. Must also mention that the head specialist here is also second to none. Their knowledge (goodness they know their stuff) their approach, their kind and gentle manner - my daughter actually enjoys going to the dentist. They’ve got a really considered patient centric mentality. I wouldn’t go anywhere else, every single person there including the reception staff is a star. Thank you Designer Smiles!

Michelle Lacasse

My journey with Dr Sarkis began about 10 years ago. I did not realise that I had lacked self confidence and shone away from "my true smile". Dr Sarkis was honest, reassuring and professional throughout my process and not only was he able to achieve that perfect smile but achieve same without compromising the health of my teeth and gums.The ongoing care at Designer Smiles is 5 star whether it is a routine check, clean minor or major dentistry. Thank you Dr Sarkis and also your team.

Christina Vergotis

I found Designer Smiles from one of their YouTube videos showcasing the Icon treatment to fix white spots on teeth. Dr. Sarkis Nalbandian's consultation provided me with a thorough plan and showed me how their practise could give me predicable results for my concerns. I knew I was in safe hands. I had Kristy Gupta perform both of my procedures and she was very professional and so kind. I am very happy with my results!

Winsome Kain

I cannot express how grateful I am for Sarkis and the team at Designer Smiles. Around 11 years ago my life changed when Sarkis first transformed my smile with composite veneers. This month, with my original teeth in tact I returned to have my composite veneers upgraded to porcelain. I was amazed that Sarkis and his team could do this without an injections, no pain and whilst still keeping my original teeth in tact. I absolutely love the result and I would highly recommend that anyone that is unhappy with their smile in any way, must visit designer smiles

Matt Williams

Started my treatment with the team at Designer Smiles in 2019. Had other dental treatments including Maxillofacial, expanders, straightening and gum grafting but out of all the procedures and surgeries Dr. Sarkis was the key as he was applying the ‘finishing product’ which included composite veneers. I am gobsmacked by the incredible job done. He talks the talk and definitely walks the walk. And his support team there are simply incredible and make you feel part of a family not just another dental clinic to take your money. Can not recommend highly enough. Customer for life here!!

Shaun Meader
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