• There are two types of dentures that replace teeth: Partial dentures or complete dentures. Partial dentures can replace a few teeth or many teeth. They can be made from acrylic or metal and acrylic. Dentures help to aid chewing, appearance and speech.
  • A partial denture is probably the easiest way to replace a tooth or a few teeth, however patients can find them uncomfortable and may find that the clips to keep the denture in place are visible on smiling or opening their mouth.
  • Dentures also tend to exacerbate any underlying gum disease (periodontal disease)
  • Depending on bone levels, complete dentures can be difficult to make and may require denture fixative to remain in position.


Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Following the latest Government guidance, we are pleased to begin planning our return to practice.

We are committed to prioritising the safety of all patients and of our team, and as such there may be differences to how you are able to access dental services for the time being.

Please call us if you have an emergency or need to discuss an appointment.

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