Having missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your smile and make eating and speaking difficult. It also has a negative impact on your oral health, so it is vital that they be replaced. Dentures are often the ideal solution for people who have missing teeth.

What are dentures?

Dentures are removable solution for missing teeth which can restore your smile and bite. They are hand-made by highly trained Clinical Dental Technicians.  The base is usually made from a special gum coloured plastic. The artificial teeth are created specifically for each patient to match their existing teeth. Dentures can be complete (replacing all teeth) or partial (replacing some teeth).

What does denture treatment involve?

Treatment will involve an initial consultation to discuss your denture history and requirements. Your mouth will also be examined and a medical history taken. X-rays may also be needed. Impressions of your mouth will be taken and your bite recorded. Your dentures will be tried in with the replacement teeth set on a wax base. Once you are happy with your new smile the acrylic denture bases will be added before the dentures are fitted.

More information

If you wish to know more about any particular type of denture, or problem you have experienced with a denture, please look at the drop-down menu above.  If your questions have not been answered to your satisfaction, please do contact us using the form below.


5 thoughts on “Dentures

  1. How much would i pay for full mouth dentures please? I have gum disease also and a few wobbly teeth.

  2. I need a new denture.
    My NHS dentist tells me it will be several months before I can have a mould taken.
    How do I go about getting an early appointment for speedy private treatment?
    My postcode is LL15 town Ruthin.

  3. my dog ate my denture. It was a partial denture as i still have 2 teeth. I am lost without teeth. I have refused to go to work as i work in a sales assistant career and face the general public as well as other staff. I would like to know how quickly you could help if possible. How much is the cost. Would there be any form of financial payment plans if treatment is costly.

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