Giving you a complete smile that you can be proud of.
At Angle House Specialist Dentistry we believe everyone deserves a beautiful set of teeth. So if you have lost teeth due to poor oral hygiene, accident or injury, we can replace them with dentures; restoring that complete smile you deserve.
What are dentures?
Dentures are a removable plate which carries the replacement teeth.
They are supported by your remaining teeth and gums and can provide an excellent aesthetic result, especially in cases where multiple teeth are missing and the gums have receded.
Dentures are precision made to each mouth and can be so discrete that no one will know that you’re wearing one.
The frame can be made from metal or high strength acrylics, depending on the individual scenario.
If you are missing a tooth or more, dentures can restore the appearance and function of your teeth. The team at Angle House Specialist Dentistry create natural-looking and comfortable dentures, custom-made to you. Dentures need to be looked after like normal teeth but there are a number of benefits to using dentures such as their durability, the fullness they give to your mouth and the fact they can be easily removed. Either way, you will leave with that natural look.
Types of dentures
At Angle House Specialist Dentistry, we offer two types of dentures:
- Complete dentures: this is when you require your full set of teeth to be replaced by a full set of dentures.
- Partial dentures: this is when you may only have one or a few teeth that need replacing. Where possible we try to retain as many of your natural teeth so our preference is for partial dentures. However, if circumstances require it, we will advise if you need complete dentures.
Who needs dentures?
We can lose teeth in a number of ways: gum disease, tooth decay, accidents, injuries, tooth erosion and old age. We can fit dentures for patients at any time in their life, ensuring your bespoke piece fits your jaw and mouth.
Caring for your dentures
It is important you look after your dentures and because they are removable, they are easier to keep clean. We recommend brushing your denture daily to reduce plaque build-up and to keep them looking clean. Wash them under cold or tepid water, not hot as the heat will cause them to change shape.
While they are easy to take out, they are also easy to drop and lose so be sure to take good care of them. Always take your dentures out while standing over a hand basin and put them in a safe place at night time.
Dentures won’t last forever and at some stage you will need a new set but the more you look after them, the longer they will look after you.
To find out more about dentures and how they may benefit your smile, book your consultation with Angle House Specialist Dentistry today.Book a consultation