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To restore your smile, dentures are built to order. For many years, dentures have aided people, and they have advanced significantly since then. These are no longer the removable artificial teeth from the past that you keep next to your bed in a glass of water. Using dental implants, dentures can now be simply fixed in place for greater stability. They are more comfortable and fit better in your mouth since they cover less tissue and allow you to taste food better

How do dentures work?

When a person’s own teeth are gone, dentures can help restore their smile. Don’t worry; getting dentures is not something to be ashamed of. They are not simply for elderly people who have part or all of their teeth missing.

One more tooth is often extracted to start the denture process. Your dentist will fit your dentures, which might be one of several types, including full, partial, or instant dentures after your gums have healed.

Dentures have a number of advantages, including bettering your overall health and boosting the appearance of your smile. Also, your speech and eating will both improve. Dentures have historically been detachable, however, they can now be fixed in place with the help of attachments like dental implants.

Keen to find out more? At your free consultation session, our dentures dentists can provide you with all the information you need to know and assess whether dentures would be a good option for you.

Simply fill out the form below with your details to get started.

Are dentures right for you?

Have you had any tooth loss? Do you want to make your smile look better? Are you looking for a practical and affordable solution for missing teeth that will enhance your ability to eat and speak?

For many years, people have used dentures to help replace lost teeth.

Here are just a few of the many benefits that wearing dentures has revealed to our patients:

    • Better looks — they can help you get a brand-new grin.
    • Improved function: Dentures can help you speak more clearly and restore function to your mouth, which makes eating simpler.
    • More self-assurance — Dentures can give you a brand-new grin, enhancing your confidence.
    • Long-lasting: Dentures can last for many years with proper care and upkeep.
    • Improved oral health: they can aid in preventing the dental issues that tooth loss might cause.

Why choose us for dentures?

We have experienced denture specialist dentist
  • Patients trust us – we have 100% patient satisfaction history.
  • We’re affordable – we’re proud to offer dentures at a competitive price and a range of payment options to suit your needs
  • We’re experienced – our dentures are specially designed for you by our highly-trained lab technicians
We give our patients options
  • Happy patients – our goal is to give you choices and make your experience a positive one
  • We understand your needs – our experienced and qualified dentists listen to your concerns
  • Choose how you pay – we offer a range of pay now or pay later options
  • Visit us when it suits you – We are open extended hours for your convenience


01. How much do dentures cost?
The cost of dentures can depend on a few different factors. The price may depend on the scale of the treatment and the condition of your teeth. Each situation can be unique. We recommend booking a consultation with a dentist. At the consultation appointment, they will examine your teeth and be able to give you an estimate of the price.
02. Does it hurt to get dentures?
Our experienced dental team are experts at providing you the best care when getting your dentures placed. Making sure you feel comfortable during and after the procedure is a high priority. However, it’s normal to experience some pain and discomfort with your dentures, particularly after the procedure as it takes time to get used to your new dentures. Pain and swelling can be common following extraction and fitting. The pain will go away once the healing is complete and you have adjusted to your dentures. We recommend regular visits to the dentist following the fitting, as you adjust to your new dentures.
03. Is it difficult to eat once you get dentures?
It will usually take you a bit of time to adjust to your new dentures and eating may be a bit uncomfortable for a few weeks. We recommend eating soft foods and small pieces of food to start off with. Once you become used to your new dentures you will be able to return to your normal diet. You should continue to be careful when eating hard, hot or sticky foods.
04. What is the best way to clean dentures?
It’s important to keep your dentures clean as they’re prone to stains, plaque and tartar build-up. Just like brushing your teeth cleaning dentures is an easy and necessary process. A recommended cleaning process for full or partial dentures involves, using a denture-cleaning tablet in warm water (make sure it’s not too hot and enough to cover the denture). The next step is to use a soft brush and gently brush your dentures just like you would brush your teeth. Once you’ve brushed your dentures, rinse it thoroughly underwater.
05. Appointment overview
At least 4 appointments are needed for dentures At the first consultation visit your dentist will examine your teeth and make a recommendation. You will also have an impression taken of your mouth If you need teeth extracted your dentist will remove your teeth and fit your dentures immediately using immediate dentures After the fitting of your dentures you will need to have another appointment during the first week so your dentist can review the healing process You will usually need your dentures adjusted within the first 3 to 6 months of having them fitted You will usually need your dentures re-lined within the first 6 to 12 months Further appointments may be needed if you have any problems or issues with your dentures.
06. Before your appointment
No special preparation is needed but be prepared to discuss your medical and dental history at your first appointment
07. After your appointment
  • Eat soft and easy-to-chew foods in the first few weeks following your denture fitting
  • Rinse with warm salt water to help with healing
  • Use pain relief medication if you need it
  • Use a cold compress to help control and limit swelling
  • From 2 days after your surgery remove and carefully clean your dentures twice a day using a denture brush and denture cleanser
  • Don’t smoke for at least 48 hours after denture surgery With proper care dentures can last for years. Take good care of your oral health by flossing daily, brushing twice daily and regularly visiting the dentist and hygienist.

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