You may have lost some or all of your teeth; an option for replacing lost teeth would be a denture. A denture is the oldest and conventional way of replacing missing teeth.
Dentures are removable devices that are not fixed to the mouth.
Being the oldest method of replacing teeth, technology in dentistry in the present day has allowed for the option of having rigid acrylic dentures, metal dentures, and dentures with clasps that attach to existing teeth for extra stability and there are also flexible dentures.
One of the most important aspects is that they are the cheapest solution for replacing missing teeth. A single tooth denture can be done in two visits, however requiring two or more teeth can take up to four visits but an express denture service is available to speed the whole process up for your convenience.
As well as being able to discuss with your dentist the various options when it comes to false teeth and what would be suitable to you in terms of the type of denture you would like and customising it to your requirements - you pick the shade and shape and we will do the rest.
Click on the links below to see the options available for dentures:
- Acrylic Dentures
- Metal Dentures
- Flexible Dentures
- Valplast Dentures
- Complete Dentures
- Denture Repairs
- No worry about brushing and flossing throughout the day, because you can take them out at night for cleaning
- No more toothaches
- Loss of your natural teeth
- Can be uncomfortable, and some people even gag on them
- Can look fake
- They are removable
- They may affect taste and limit what you can eat
- Bottom denture may not adhere well
- If your bone continues to diminish, false teeth in this form can become increasingly difficult to wear over time because there is nothing for it to hold on to and you may have to look at other options, such as dental implants.