Dentures are a cost-effective solution to missing teeth that can cover gaps of any size, including full sets of false teeth. Due to advances in technology, dentures can now be either fixed with implants or removable, giving you the flexibility to choose a solution that works best for your lifestyle.

Modern dentures

Dentures have come a long way, meaning that we can offer you options that are lightweight, flexible and more realistic looking than ever before. In the past, dentures weren’t always able to be fixed very securely, causing discomfort and embarrassment, but we can offer you a much more reliable and attractive solution.

From the minute you pick up the phone to make an appointment, to the moment you leave the practice, our friendly, experienced team will be here for you.

Benefits of dentures

  • Tailored to meet your needs, whether that’s replacing a few teeth or a whole set
  • Cost-effective
  • Easy to clean
  • Makes eating and talking easier
  • Fills gaps in your teeth for a fuller, more youthful look
  • Restores confidence

The process

We’ll start by examining your teeth and decide whether you would be best suited to a partial or a complete denture (one that replaces a full arch of teeth). We’ll then take impressions of your mouth and a dental technician will make a denture out of metal and acrylic resin that is moulded to fit the exact shape of your mouth. Suction helps to hold the dentures in place, so that they stick to the surface of your gums and creates a strong bond.

Contact us to see how dentures could work for you.


Are there any alternatives to dentures?
We also offer both dental bridge and dental implant treatments, which can be alternatives to dentures. These are both permanent, fixed solutions to teeth loss, which some people prefer to removable dentures.
Are there any differences between full and partial dentures?
A full denture is made up of a removable acrylic base, which sits over the gums, and a set of crafted acrylic teeth. A partial denture is attached to the teeth on either side of the gap, using a base plate of either plastic or metal. Metal bases are stronger and lighter, but more expensive.
Will anything change once I have dentures put in?
It can take a little time to get used to eating and chewing using dentures, so we recommend eating soft food to begin with, to get used to them. We will usually invite you into the practice around a week after having your dentures fitted to ensure that you are happy and that they are fitting correctly. If you are concerned that your dentures aren’t fitting properly, then make an appointment and we will be able to help.
How should I take care of my dentures?
Aside from ensuring that you maintain good oral health overall with regular brushing, flossing and check-ups, we also recommend that you do the following:
  • Clean your dentures after every meal
  • Use the correct cleaning products, as the wrong ones can weaken your dentures (we will advise you on this)
  • Don’t let your dentures dry out
  • Avoid dropping your dentures, as this could damage them and cause you discomfort
  • Do not sleep in dentures to maintain oral health

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