Are you afraid of smiling? Do you want dentures that fit well, are comfortable, and appear natural?! We are capable of creating all types of natural-looking dentures that, when properly fitted, will restore your smile and improve your appearance, putting an end to denture shame and self-consciousness.

We can provide a variety of denture solutions in a range of materials, from a single tooth to a full set of upper and lower dentures!

Stable Dentures with Implants

Dentures, including partial dentures, can be made and attached into implants, which locks them in place and prevents them from moving around. This is a highly effective solution that yields immediate results. To explore your options, including veneers and crowns, contact us today. Dental implants are the single most effective treatment for ill-fitting and loose dentures, providing you with a healthy, attractive, and long-term option that makes your dentures feel more secure.

This is a quite common scenario that we use on a regular basis with amazing success, and it immediately changes the lives of many individuals! 

Two dental implants in the lower jaw are the minimum requirement for denture stabilisation. In some cases, we can repair and modify an existing denture, offering services in cosmetic denture repair and design.

So, what exactly are dentures?

Dentures are removable false or fake teeth made of a variety of materials such as nylon, acrylic, porcelain, and even metal. They are intended to fit securely over the gums, replacing missing teeth and assisting with eating, speech, and cosmetic appearance. When missing teeth leave a gap, the teeth on either side may grow into it at an angle, which can be prevented with a denture or dental implant.

When is it necessary to use dentures?

Dentures are usually needed when numerous teeth are missing; however, one or two lost teeth can be treated solely with replacement dental implants and/or bridges. Contact us for a consultation.

Are your dentures comfortable when worn?

Dentures have always been the target of jokes and fun, but current dentures are significantly more realistic and natural-looking, as well as far more comfortable than they have ever been.

One of the most important factors in ensuring dental comfort is that the dentures fit perfectly. Dentures that are loose or move are never comfortable and may affect speech.

Regular dental checkups are necessary since your gums and bones will change shape over time, causing your dentures to no longer fit properly. Your dentist can fix or modify your dentures, or you may need to get new ones.

Will my dentures eventually fall out?

Dentures that are fitted correctly and well cared for should stay in place, but there are some things you can do to make sure they fit properly.

  • Use denture adhesives such as pastes, powders, or adhesive pads. Adhesives may help fix dentures when gumlines or bone have decreased, and utilising them gives many denture wearers much more confidence
  • Keep your dentures clean on a regular basis
  • Choose foods carefully to avoid putting too much strain on the dentures
  • Speak gently and carefully
  • Do not wear dentures while you sleep
  • Soak dentures in warm water
  • Contact us today for advice on maintaining your dentures

Which dentures are the best?

Although each tooth is unique, snap-in dentures are often regarded as one of the most stable and user-friendly options available. If there are no existing teeth, these dentures are secured using dental implants, or they anchor to any remaining teeth in the jawline. For partial denture options, reach out to us today. The locator attachments inserted within the tissue side of the denture distinguish snap-in dentures from other types. The locator attachments snap onto dental implants or locator receptors. This makes them detachable, handy, and easy to clean. Snap-in dentures are typically utilised when a patient has no teeth but adequate bone to support a dental implant.

What are dentures made of?

Dentures can be made from a variety of materials, including composite resin, porcelain, acrylic resin, and acrylic. Acrylic and porcelain are the most frequent materials used to make personalised cosmetic denture teeth. Porcelain is significantly tougher than acrylic, making it more durable. It is better equipped to endure normal wear and tear. Acrylic degrades and wears down more quickly, but it is significantly less prone to breaking and splitting, making accidental breaking far less of an issue. Porcelain teeth exert extra pressure on the jawbone and gums, making them unsuitable for people who are losing bone mass. Typically, acrylic dentures are the best solution in this case. There isn’t a significant price difference between porcelain and acrylic dentures, therefore the decision is usually based on other reasons.

What kind of dentures are easy to clean?

Porcelain dentures are easy to clean since they have a firm surface that bacteria find difficult to grow on. They are, however, more prone to breakage, therefore cleaning them requires care. 

Acrylic dentures include small indentations that provide a perfect environment for mouth microorganisms, but our cosmetic denture designs can help improve hygiene. Acrylic dentures must be well-cared for on a daily basis, otherwise germs may multiply rapidly, causing bad breath and other health concerns.

For information on cosmetic dentures, contact us today. 

Should I remove my dentures before going to bed?

Because your dentures are new, your dentist may initially encourage you to continue wearing them at night. For adjustments or queries, contact us for cosmetic denture repair and design services. Later, it is recommended that you remove them so that your gums can rest while you sleep.

If you remove your dentures before going to bed, keep them moist. Some people use a glass of water mixed with a denture cleaning solution, while others use a polythene bag filled with damp cotton wool or denture cleaning solution. This prevents the denture material from drying out and altering shape. Make sure the dental solution is designed for overnight storage, as these products differ from those used to manually clean dentures after they have been removed from the mouth.

How do you clean your dentures?

Dentures, like ordinary teeth, may accumulate microscopic food particles and create plaque. This can lead to foul breath, gum disease, oral thrush, and deterioration in other teeth.

Dentures should be cleaned twice a day, once in the morning and once at night, when brushing your teeth. For professional advice on denture care, contact us today. Brush your dentures with toothpaste or soap and water, then soak to eliminate any food particles. For a deeper clean, consider our tooth whitening services. Use denture cleaning tablets to remove bacteria and any stains, and consider tooth whitening for a brighter smile. Brush them as you would your regular teeth, but don’t scrub too hard, and use a manual toothbrush rather than an electric toothbrush, which is prone to overpressure.

Dentures are easy to break, so always clean them over a bowl or sink of water or a folded towel to keep them safe if you drop them.