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Effective, reliable and aesthetic

Designed to look just like real teeth, and made from modern, natural-looking materials, dentures offer a comfortable, functional, and affordable solution to tooth loss. Our partial dentures can replace a few missing teeth or our full dentures can be used to restore a whole set of lost teeth. Whatever you need, our dentures are carefully designed to fit you perfectly – restoring the look and function of your mouth, as well as helping to boost your confidence.

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What are the benefits of dentures?

  • Replace missing teeth to restore your full smile
  • Improve the way you eat and speak
  • Enhance facial shape and keep existing teeth in line
  • Custom made, comfortable and natural looking

What does having dentures involve?

The design and manufacture of well-fitting dentures is an intricate process and you will need to attend several appointments to ensure they fit as well as possible.

Initially, we discuss your ideal outcome from the treatment. We take impressions of your mouth so we can produce a model, which is then used to check the dentures for fit and comfort.

The final set of dentures are manufactured in a laboratory and, when ready, you will be invited in for a fitting appointment. If you are having complete dentures, these will be fitted in the top or bottom of your mouth and consist of a gum coloured arch with a set of prosthetic teeth attached. Partial dentures will be used if you only have one or a few missing teeth and may be held in place with metal hooks attached to your existing teeth.

A follow-up appointment a few weeks later allows us to check your new teeth are still comfortable and functioning as they should.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Dentures are designed to be hard-wearing, but they will last longer if you treat them with care. They should be removed before you go to bed so your gums can have a rest, but they must be stored in water or denture fluid as they could lose their shape if allowed to dry out. Clean your dentures with a toothbrush or a special denture brush and remember to keep your gums and any remaining teeth clean too. You will also need to attend regular check-ups so your dentist and hygienist can keep an eye on your oral health.

  • If you are concerned about loose or uncomfortable dentures, or they slip when you talk or eat, there is a solution. We can use dental implants to provide a solid foundation for dentures, which are fitted on top. Implant-retained dentures do not move and are a fantastic option for patients looking for a secure and durable restoration.

  • Your dentures may feel odd at first and eating can be tricky, but you will become accustomed to it over time. It is a good idea to start with softer foods cut into smaller pieces, and slowly introduce more challenging items. Chew slowly using both sides of your mouth at the same time to prevent dentures from tipping. You will be eating normally before long. The amount of saliva in your mouth may increase, but this should soon improve as your mouth gets used to your replacement teeth.

  • Dentures are usually made from acrylic, or a combination of acrylic and metal, and modern materials mean that partial dentures will blend in beautifully with existing teeth and complete dentures can pass for the real thing.

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