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  • How long does the whole process take for new dentures, from consultation to insertion?"
    Depending on the prodedure(s) about 3-4 weeks.
  • Do you offer direct billing to my insurance company?
    Yes! We offer direct billing to any insurance company, just make sure to bring your dental insurance card with you to your first appointment.
  • What type of payment methods do you accept?
    We accept Visa, Mastercard, Debit, Cash, Cheque, E-transfers, and offer direct billing to Insurance Providers.
  • Do I need a dentist before I come to the office?
    Having a dentist is not required but if you have remaining teeth and want to get a partial denture, all dental work and cleaning should be done before starting the denture.
  • How much do consultations cost?
    We offer FREE consultations!
  • Are you a dentist office?
    We are not a dentist office and cannot provide dental services. We are a denture clinic, providing denture fabrication and care.
  • COVID-19
    Marine Denture Clinic is open and accepting clients by appointment only. We ask that you do not come to the clinic if you are presenting any of the following symptoms: -Fever -Body aches -Cough -Difficulty breathing -Sore throat -Loss of tast or smell -Runny Nose or post-nasal drip -Sneezing We ask all clients to please wear a mask and sanitize hands when entering and exiting the clinic. The BC Ministry of Health has asked individuals to maintain social distancing of at least 2 meters (6 feet) and due to the characteristics of denture proceduers, it is not possible to maintain this distance and receieve denture treatment.
  • FNHA - First Nations Health Authority Denture Coverage
    As of September 2019, the FNHA (First Nations Health Authority) launched a new health benefits plan offers a more convenient and expand benefit coverage. This coverage includes: -Full Dentures -Partial Dentures -Repairs -Relines This up-to-date fee guide can allow for 100% coverage! Book a FREE consultation to see if you are eligible for FNHA Coverage If you received an estimate before September 2019, check again because that estimate may have changed.
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