Dentures

Dentures

Tired of ill-fitting dentures? Do they rub and cause sore spots, drop while you are eating or feel too bulky so you can’t taste your food? Then you have come to the right place!

Dentures, or “false teeth”, are removable prosthesis which help replace all the teeth in one or both jaws. They can be a full or complete denture, or partial denture where some of the false teeth are fitted around the natural teeth. Here we use the latest techniques and technology in dentures which, look very natural, giving you back your smile and healthy appearance.

Your Options

At your consultation we will carry out a thorough assessment of your bite, your natural smile and how you chew. We discuss what is important to you and what you would love to achieve out of your denture. Taking this into consideration, we can prescribe the most suitable type of denture available on the market; including Precision Cobalt Chrome dentures (that don’t cover the palate) and dentures with extra strong acrylic if yours are prone to breaking.

If you’re thinking of ditching your dentures altogether, we have some more permanent solutions available to you, such as implant retained over-dentures or ‘all on four’. For more information on any of the above, please don’t hesitate to contact us

What's the Cost?

During your visit, your dentist will outline the options available to suit your needs and budget, as well as providing you with a bespoke treatment plan. We understand the importance of making our dental care available to everybody – that’s why we offer finance options, to spread the cost of your treatment and monthly plans, to cover the cost of your routine dental care.

For an indication of our prices, visit our treatment fees page or if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

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If you’d like to book and appointment, you can do so using our online booking portal using the button below. Or if you’d prefer, visit our contact us page.

IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION

We're pleased to announce that our practice has now reopened.

Despite this, strict disinfection and compliance guidelines mean that we’re restricted on the number of patients we can see and the type of treatments that we can provide.

We will contact you in due course if; while we were closed your dental treatment was disrupted, you are due a routine appointment or you had an appointment cancelled.

Please still call the practice if you have a dental emergency.

Your visit to us will look different to what you’re used to – please watch the video below for important information regarding your appointment.

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