There are many ways to restore missing teeth, including dentures. These removable false teeth fit snugly over your gums, and can replace either your top set or bottom set (partial dentures) or both sets of teeth (complete dentures).
With dentures, you’ll be able to eat, talk, smile and more once again, restoring your confidence as well as your teeth. They are comfortable, easy to care for and don’t need to be worn overnight, making them convenient, too.Book appointment
Dentures have a whole range of benefits, including:
Most patients are suitable, though it does depend on your oral health. Some may also prefer other methods, such as dental implants, which are permanent replacements for missing teeth.
Dentures can last several years, but may need replacing every 5-7 years. Having regular dental check-ups can help identify any problems with your dentures early, such as cracks or wear, and issues such as clicking, slipping or discomfort.
Yes, dentures are a safe and effective solution for tooth loss. If you do experience any problems with your dentures, book in with our dentists right away.
Most patients invest in dentures because they want to restore the appearance and function of their smile. Dentures are also less of a stigma than they were in the past, with tooth restoration and dental treatments in general becoming more popular.
We price our treatments fairly and competitively. Visit our pricing page for more information.
During your consultation, we’ll assess your suitability for dentures, then take any scans, moulds and impressions needed to create your set. Although we don’t have an onsite lab, we are associated with many specialists labs, one of which is situated very near to our clinic.
Dentures are crafted to your mouth to fit perfectly. They’re a custom-made solution for tooth loss which should last years. Our team will demonstrate how to wear, remove and care for them
If you need any further advice for your dentures, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our dentists happily provide any support, aftercare and advice needed to maintain your smile.