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Dentures in Witham & Seven Kings

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Why have removable dentures?

  • Improved Appearance – Dentures can restore lost facial volume caused by missing teeth, which may help you look younger and improve your overall appearance.
  • Easier Eating & Speaking – It can be difficult to eat and speak with missing teeth, but dentures can restore the natural bite alignment and help you eat a wider variety of foods with ease.
  • Improved Self-Esteem – Having a full set of teeth can improve your confidence and help you feel more comfortable in social situations.
  • Cheaper than Implants – Dentures are usually less expensive than dental implants, making them a more cost-effective option for replacing lost teeth.
  • Maintain Oral Health – Without dentures, the bones and gums can begin to atrophy due to lack of stimulation from missing teeth. By wearing dentures, you can help maintain your oral health by ensuring that your mouth is properly stimulated as you eat and speak. Additionally, dentures make it easier to clean your gums and teeth, which can help prevent gum disease.
Dentures in Witham and Seven Kings
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Dentures Before & After

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How Removable Dentures Work

Removable dentures are custom made prosthetic dental devices that replace missing teeth. They consist of a set of metal or acrylic base plates, which fit over the gums and are held in place by metal clasps or natural suction. The plates contain false teeth that match the patient’s existing teeth, providing a full set of natural-looking teeth.

Dentures should be removed at night for cleaning, and they should be taken out for a few hours each day to give the gums time to rest. It usually takes some time for patients to get used to wearing dentures, but once they do, it’s important that they take good care of them in order to prolong their lifespan. Proper cleaning and care of dentures can help ensure that they remain comfortable and functional for many years.

The difference between full and partial dentures

Full dentures are used when all the natural teeth have been lost, while partial dentures are used to replace one or more missing teeth in an otherwise healthy mouth. Full dentures are made up of a full set of false teeth mounted on top of a flesh-coloured plastic base, while partial dentures consist of one or more false teeth attached to a gum-coloured plastic base and clasps that fit around existing natural teeth.

Dentures Treatment Summary

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During your consultation, the dentist will evaluate your mouth and take impressions of your teeth in order to create a custom made denture.
2.
Over a number of visits various further measurements are made and sent to a dental laboratory where the final custom made denture is fabricated
3.
Once the dentures are finished, they will be fitted in your mouth to make sure they fit properly and feel comfortable.

Dentures Pricing

Acrylic Partial - from £275
£275
Metal Partial - from £900
£900
Complete Dentures - from £520
£520

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Dentures Frequently Asked Questions

Dentures typically last anywhere from 5 to 10 years. However, this depends on the specific clinical situation and how well they are cared for.
Yes, you can eat with dentures as long as they fit properly and are secure in your mouth. It may take some time to get used to eating with dentures, but you should eventually be able to eat just as you did before.
Yes, it is best to avoid hard or chewy foods such as popcorn, nuts, and sticky candy. Additionally, it is best to cut food into small pieces before attempting to eat.
It is important to remove your dentures every night and brush them with a soft toothbrush and non-abrasive soap or denture cleaner. Do not use regular toothpaste as it is too abrasive. Additionally, you should soak your dentures in a cleaning solution such as mouthwash or special denture cleaner to keep them clean and disinfected. Finally, be sure to visit your dentist regularly for checkups and adjustments if needed.
Yes, even if you have dentures it is important to brush your natural teeth every day. This will help keep them healthy and prevent decay or gum disease around the edges of the dentures.
If your dentures become loose or ill-fitting, you should contact your dentist to have them adjusted. Never attempt to adjust them yourself as this can cause damage and make the problem worse. Additionally, you can use a special adhesive when wearing removable dentures to help keep them secure in your mouth.
If you accidentally break or damage your dentures, contact your dentist right away to have them repaired or replaced. Trying to repair them yourself may cause further damage and make the problem worse. Your dentist will be able to determine the best course of action for repairing or replacing your dentures.
Yes, you may experience some discomfort and soreness when first wearing dentures as your mouth adjusts to them. Additionally, your gums may become irritated if the dentures do not fit properly. It is important to contact your dentist right away if you are experiencing pain or discomfort due to ill-fitting dentures. Lastly, there is a risk of tooth decay and gum disease around the edges of your dentures if they are not cleaned properly. Make sure to follow your dentist's instructions for cleaning and caring for your dentures in order to avoid these risks.

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Taking the initiative to enhance your smile is often a decision that can positively impact both your appearance and confidence. Embarking on this journey involves a multifaceted approach, beginning with consistent oral hygiene practices such as brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash. 

Regular dental check-ups play a crucial role in identifying and addressing any underlying issues. If you're considering cosmetic improvements, options like teeth whitening, orthodontic treatments, or dental veneers could be explored with the guidance of a dental professional. 

Remember, a genuine smile radiates not only from a well-cared-for mouth but also from the happiness within. So, let's take action to improve your smile and let your inner confidence shine through.

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