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You’re in Safe Hands for Dentures and Extractions in Blackburn


At our Blackburn North Dental and Facial Aesthetic Clinic, our focus is on preventative dentistry. It is far better to prevent teeth from going bad in the first place than dealing with the need to repair or remove them. A good oral hygiene routine at home, combined with regular dental check-ups and professional dental cleaning gives you your very best shot at avoiding any need for dentures or extractions.

But sometimes teeth need to go. Whether this is due to a crowded mouth, impacted wisdom teeth, infection, periodontal disease, or some other reason, you can rely on Relax Dental and Facial Care to help you through this with an experienced and caring touch.



Getting a tooth pulled out is not a lot of fun. If this is something you have to go through then it’s reassuring to know you’re in safe hands.  Our dentists have performed more than 2000 tooth extractions.

We know that a successful extraction is about more than just removing the tooth properly and safely. It’s about doing so in a way that causes you the least stress, pain and worry. It’s natural to be anxious about going to the dentist and having a tooth removed. For this reason it’s important to choose our dentist at Relax Dental and Facial Aesthetic Care that genuinely cares about you and can guarantee you are comfortable at all times.


Our denturist can make a range of dentures, including:

  • Complete dentures:Complete dentures are worn by patients missing all their upper or lower teeth.

  • Partial dentures: Partial dentures replace some missing teeth. These help support and maintain the position of your remaining teeth by preventing them from drifting into the space left behind by your missing teeth.

  • Immediate dentures: Immediate dentures provide an immediate replacement as soon as your extraction is complete. This means you don’t have to be without teeth during the healing period.

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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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