Afraid to smile because you don’t want to advertise your tooth loss? Perhaps you’re having trouble eating the foods you love or making yourself understood when you speak? Dentures can resolve all of these issues. The dentures we offer will provide you with a full, or partial, set of permanent replacement teeth that are anchored securely into your jaw.
Once they’re in place, your dentures won’t fall out. They won’t even move. This is the closest option to the look and feel of natural teeth, once tooth loss has occurred. They’ll give you the confidence to smile widely again.
Don’t let your confidence, speech, or eating habits suffer due to missing teeth. Dentures will restore all of these.
Our dentures offer a very secure fit. You should find them comfortable and snug. There’s minimal risk of them slipping.
Although dentures are a secure solution to tooth loss, they are still a prosthesis. There will be many foods you’ll be advised to avoid. These include very hard, crunchy foods like nuts, and sticky foods like toffee, boiled sweets, and crackling.
Your dentist will discuss the full fitting procedure and what to expect from your dentures treatment appointment when you visit us for your consultation.
Dentures can last for up to 30 years.
It takes 4-5 weeks to fit a denture from start to finish.
Psychologically dentures will make you feel more confident about your facial appearance. You’ll have a full set of teeth again, and a reason to smile! With replacement teeth in place, you can enjoy a wider range of food and nutrition.
The faster you visit us following tooth loss, the easier and less invasive the denture fitting procedure should be. Get in touch with us for a consultation in the first instance, and we’ll assess the best way to fit your dentures. Your first treatment appointment will follow. With your dentures in place, we’ll then give you thorough guidance on how to best look after them, and let you know when your final appointment is likely to be.
Dentures look and feel like natural teeth and are suitable for most people. Please get in touch with us as soon as you can following tooth loss to avoid the need for more invasive fitting procedures. We are a friendly team and we’ll be able to answer all your questions once you get in touch.