Dentures (Full/Partial)

Do you eat the food you choose or eat the food you have to?

Dentures should fit comfortably and provide functionality. If your dentures are loose, uncomfortable or make you self- conscious.

Complete dentures

A complete or full denture to replace all the lost natural teeth and adjacent tissues in either the upper or lower jaw. As well as restoring sunken features especially around the mouth, lips and cheeks, complete dentures will help you eat well, speak more clearly and look younger.

Partial dentures

A partial denture is for patients who require a number of replacement teeth for functional or aesthetic reasons, and who cannot have a bridge due to limited supporting teeth. The partial denture is produced using acrylic material or a mixture of acrylic and chrome.

Immediate dentures

Immediate dentures are fitted on the same day as the tooth extraction. The most obvious benefit of a partial or full immediate dentures, is that you will never appear in public without teeth. Immediate dentures ensure your mouth functions as normal, enabling you to chew food and minimise facial distortion which can occur over time when teeth are removed.