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We have a range of denture treatments on offer including both full and partial dentures, whatever you need to get your smile back!
We assess each patient individually to find the perfect blend of discreet, natural appearance and comfort.
You’ll be amazed how natural your dentures feel, you’ll forget you’re even wearing them.
In addition to making and fitting your perfect dentures, we also advise on cleaning and storage, repair broken dentures and can “trouble shoot” issues with existing dentures such as pain, change in fit, looseness etc.
What are Dentures?
Dentures are artificial teeth and gums that replace your natural teeth when they’re lost or removed. Your dentist creates the dentures with the help of a dental technician, customising them to your specific needs. They may recommend a particular type of denture based on the number of teeth that need to be replaced and where in the mouth the denture will need to go.
What Types of Dentures do you do?
There are several types of dentures, each made from different materials and serving different purposes. Your dentist will discuss the options and help you choose the right one for you
- Full Dentures
- Partial Dentures
- Flexible Dentures
- Implant Supported Dentures
What are the Alternatives to Dentures?
There are several ways to replace your missing teeth. Your dentist will be able to recommend the best option for you. The alternatives to a denture include a bridge or dental implant
How Long do Dentures Last?
Dentures are pretty tough, but they’re not indestructible and they are softer than natural teeth. A proper denture care routine will help keep them looking their best. From time to time, you will need to replace your denture due to wear and tear or changing needs.
Are Dentures Comfortable?
Experiences will vary from person to person but understanding how to adjust to your new dentures during your first few weeks is important. When you first wear dentures, you may find changes with the way you eat and speak as well as some initial discomfort. However, these hurdles can be overcome with perseverance and simple adjustments.