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Living with missing teeth is a nightmare to eat and speak. Not only that, but it usually results in self-consciousness and the urge to constantly keep your mouth shut so that people won’t notice.


  • Replaces rows of missing teeth
  • Helps make chewing and speaking easier
  • With proper care each set will last several years
  • Costs around £200

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The Benefits of Dentures

Dentures are a safe and easy way to gain a full set of teeth and bring back your confidence. Dentures are one of the most cost effective solutions to missing teeth. If you’re considering getting dentures, book a consultation with a local dentist to get you on track to having more enjoyable teeth.

So how do dentures work?


Full dentures will be fitted after all teeth are removed, never leaving you toothless. However, if you are only missing a couple teeth, partial dentures will be formed and be attached to metal wiring that can clip to already existing teeth. Partial dentures are removable and are fit to match your teeth perfectly. Full dentures are removable as well but can be fixed to your gums with adhesive if they are struggling to stay in place.

At your consultation, your dentist will decide which teeth need to be removed and then fit you for dentures. Clinical dental technicians will be able to craft the dentures the same day as your appointment, while dentists will have to send for the dentures to be made. Both will measure your mouth and jaw to ensure that the dentures fit perfectly ensuring they don’t cause discomfort or constantly fall out.

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Preparation

At your consultation, your dentist will decide which teeth need to be removed and then fit you for dentures. Clinical dental technicians will be able to craft the dentures the same day as your appointment, while dentists will have to send for the dentures to be made. Both will measure your mouth and jaw to ensure that the dentures fit perfectly ensuring they don’t cause discomfort or constantly fall out.

Procedure

Getting dentures is a fairly easy and simple procedure. If you’re planning on receiving a full set of dentures your dentist will remove any teeth that remain and prepare your gums for a set of immediate dentures. Immediate dentures will have been pre made and chosen to best fit your mouth. Your dentist would give you permanent dentures at this time because your gums and jaw will shrink causing new measurements to be needed. After 3 to 6 months you will return to your dentist and have your gums and jaws measured, and finally presented with a permanent pair of dentures.

Aftercare

Dentures need to be treated like a normal set of teeth. It is important to brush your dentures twice a day in order to remove unwanted food and keep them from deteriorating. Also, you will need to brush your gums to ensure that you don’t get gum infections and other serious diseases. Finally, it is vital to keep your dentures in water or dental solution to keep the dentures from dying out and changing shape.

Cost

Dentures are a reasonably cheap way of fixing dental issues. Dentures are cheaper than dental implants costing around £200. They can be financed over several payments depending on the dentist.

Benefits

Dentures allow someone who has lost most of, if not all of their teeth gain a new set. Dentures will allow you to eat solid food after properly fitted. Also, they will get rid of any lisps that may have been affecting your speech. Finally, dentures give people the confidence that they would have if they still had their own teeth.

Results

Dentures provide a safe and easy way to replace rows of missing teeth. Even though they require similar maintenance to real teeth, people will never know they’re fake. Therefore, people who use dentures admit to being happier than before they received them.

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FAQ's

Your questions - answered.

Dentures are a safe and reliable from of dental replacement. They provide a set of solid teeth were there used to be either rotting teeth or none at all. It is imported to care for your dentures and personal hygiene to ensure that no problems arise while using dentures.

You’re suitable for dentures if you are missing rows of teeth or have multiple decaying teeth. Dentures are a recommended solution for teeth decay in order to prevent gum disease.

At first, it is recommended to eat softer foods and to stay away from foods that are sharp and hard. It is also best to chew slowly at first and stay away from gum and sticky candy. It is important to never use toothpicks while having dentures.

It is recommended that you take your dentures out to sleep at night in order to clean your gums and dentures and allow for your gums to rest. However, at first your dentist may advise you to keep your dentures in at night in order for you to adjust to having them in your mouth. If your dentures do begin to slip adhesive material can be used to keep them in place.

You will be provided with temporary dentures on the same day of your appointment. However, after a couple months you will need to schedule another appointment to get fitted for a permanent set of dentures. These dentures will either be ready that day or in a week or two.

Unfortunately, after several years you will need to get a new pair of dentures. However, this is in your best interest as your gums and jaws will continue to move causing your old dentures to shift around. Also, fresh dentures will help in avoiding gum disease and tooth decay.

Dentures are a reasonably cheap way of fixing dental issues. Dentures are cheaper than dental implants and can be financed over several payments depending on the dentist.

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