Dentures are an effective means of replacing lost or damaged teeth, and have been used in dentistry for a number of years. They are a set of false teeth which look natural, fit comfortably and function well.

Why Would I Need Dentures?

Teeth can become lost for various reasons, including injury, decay and poor oral hygiene, and it is in such cases that dentures are an effective solution for missing teeth. This is highly beneficial to dental and general health, as gaps between the teeth can contribute to an increased risk of oral health diseases and impact on facial aesthetics. Missing teeth can also make it more difficult to eat properly and speech may be impaired.

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Types Of Dentures

There are different types of dentures available. Partial dentures are used to replace a small number of missing teeth, while complete dentures can replace full arches of missing teeth. It is also possible to choose immediate dentures, which is when dentures are placed immediately after the teeth have been extracted. Immediate dentures are advantageous because you will benefit from new teeth immediately and the function of the mouth restored.

The Denture Procedure

If you decide to go ahead with denture treatment we will outline what the procedure involves. Your dentures are custom-made, so they will fit the contours of your mouth perfectly. Initially, impressions of your teeth will be taken and used as a template for your dentures, which are then manufactured by highly trained dental technicians. When the dentures are ready and attached, we will take time to ensure you are happy with the look and fit of your new dentures. Regular check-ups are recommended to ensure the effectiveness of your dentures.

Taking Care Of Your Dentures

It is important to maintain your dentures through good oral health practise, in order to prevent dental health infection and illness. Information will be provided on how to care for your dentures, including details on cleaning and protecting your dentures. Maintenance is straightforward and mainly involves rinsing the dentures on a regular basis with soap and lukewarm water.
If you experience any discomfort with your dentures please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope you will be happy with your new smile.


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