About Gaetz Avenue Denture Clinic
To Restore Your Beautiful Smile, Visit Our Denturist in Red Deer
Since 2001, we have strived to help each client feel as comfortable as possible throughout the denture treatment process. Come in for a one-on-one consultation. We hope to gain and maintain every patient’s trust. In fact, many of our current patients visit regularly, and we appreciate and value their loyalty. We look forward to getting to know you better as well.
As a company, we value honesty, respect, and equal treatment for every client. If you need denture treatment, rely on our team for all of your dental care needs. We want every person that walks through our doors to feel welcomed and appreciated.
Katherine Pich, denturist and business owner is a graduate of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and is a licensed member of the College of Alberta Denturists as well as a member of the Denturist Association of Alberta. After spending time in Medicine Hat for her practicum and working is Spruce Grove, Katherine is very excited to be living and practicing in the city of Red Deer with her Fiancé.
I am passionate about helping others and I know how much a smile can change a person’s life. I love how rewarding it is to see an individual’s confidence and health increase after receiving treatment here at Gaetz Avenue Denture Clinic. I strive to be as personable as possible and love listening to each patient, making sure every patient I treat is happy and satisfied under my care. I love to learn and I’m always finding new and improved ways to benefit my patients through continued education. Come say hello and I’m sure you’ll leave with a smile!
Frequently Asked Questions
Over time, dentures will need to be relined, rebased, or remade due to normal wear. To reline or rebase a denture, the denturist uses the existing denture teeth and refits the denture base or makes a new denture base. Dentures may need to be replaced if they become loose and the teeth show signs of significant wear. Dentures become loose because a mouth naturally changes with age. Bone and gum ridges can recede or shrink.