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We can provide natural looking removable partial or full dentures. A partial denture fills in the spaces left by missing teeth; a full denture can provide a replacement when all the teeth have been lost.
There are a variety of different materials and techniques available when it comes to dentures, we will be able to guide you through the options to ensure we achieve the optimal result to complement your smile.
We can also help to determine whether the placement of dental implants will be possible to improve the stability and retention of your new denture.
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Here are answers to the most popular questions we get from patients interested in getting Dentures:
Is it necessary to replace missing teeth?
Leaving gaps between your natural teeth can affect your speech and your ability to eat and chew properly. Gaps between teeth can also make your smile look less attractive, which can affect your self confidence.
Replacing any missing teeth improves your smile, can make you look younger and more attractive and can also improve the variety of food you can eat. This can lead to an overall improvement in your health as you are able to have a more balanced diet.
What are the different types of dentures?
There are two main groups of dentures: complete or full dentures and partial dentures. Complete or full dentures replace all of your natural teeth in either your upper or lower jaw. Partial dentures are used to replace some of your teeth in either your upper or lower jaw.
There are a number of different types of dentures, including light alloy, flexible and plastic dentures; you can discuss the different types of denture with us, as some types may be more suitable for your individual needs than others. Immediate dentures are used to replace the teeth immediately after they have been lost or extracted; they are replaced once the permanent set of dentures has been manufactured and the gum tissue has healed.
How long will my dentures last?
It is impossible to give an exact length of time that dentures will last an individual and some individuals dentures may last a lot longer than other peoples.
Will new dentures affect my speech?
When adjusting to new dentures, some patients find their speech can alter slightly (especially pronouncing “s” and “f” sounds), whilst getting used to the new shape of their dentures (false teeth); this is only a short term inconvenience. We recommend reading aloud and to practice counting the numbers 65 up to 70 as these sounds can be the hardest to get used to.
It is also usual for denture wearers to produce more saliva, which can also affect speech, when getting used to a new set of dentures. This inconvenience is again short term, which will be resolved once your mouth becomes accustomed to the new dentures. We recommend swallowing more regularly and sipping water more often. Or alternatively, try sucking on a boiled sweet or mint.
Will my new dentures look like natural teeth?
Yes, we can you make you natural looking dentures that will not just replace the natural teeth you have lost, but they will look so natural they'll look part of you.
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