Demand for a Denture Dentist in Kanata
There is a relatively high demand for a denture dentist in Kanata. The city has a population of about 117,000 people. As with the rest of Canada (and the world), the population of Kanata is aging. Currently, there are about 21,600 over the age of 60, around 18% of the population. This is slightly less than the proportion in the greater Ottawa area, where about 21% of the population is age 60 and over.
Nonetheless, the Canadian Dental Association estimates that 22% of people age 60 and over have lost all their natural teeth. This means that nearly 5000 people in Kanata rely on complete dentures to have a functional, attractive smile. While that’s a lot, it’s still a small proportion of the overall population, less than 5%.
With such a small proportion of the population using dentures, the standards for fit, appearance, and function are high. People don’t want to look like they have dentures, and they don’t want to live a life limited by dentures.