Advances in dental technology have meant that dentures can now not only be very comfortable but look incredibly natural.
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SmileOne can expertly fit and create high quality dentures that look like perfect versions of your own teeth.​

Treatment price: NHS (Band 3) £269.30 | Private from £345

Treatment time: between two to four, 20 - 60 minute appointments.

  • Fully removable
  • Comfortable
  • Feel and look natural

Will Dentures work for me?

Dentures can be ‘full’ or ‘partial’ depending on how many teeth need to be replaced. These differ from bridges because bridges are permanently adhered to neighbouring teeth, whereas dentures are fully removable. Full dentures are fitted when all of your teeth in one jaw have been removed.

Your dentist will be able to tell you about the alternative treatments available, including dental implants and bridges. These options may not be suitable, for example, if the bone in your jaw is not strong enough to support dental implants, or you have too few teeth remaining for bridges to work. On the other hand you may simply prefer the idea of dentures to the other treatment options.

What to expect at my appointment?

Over the course of your appointments, your Damira dentist will carefully and gently carry out any treatment that may be needed to make your mouth healthy enough for dentures to be fitted.

If your mouth is healthy to begin with and no extractions have been necessary, your dentist can take impressions at your first appointment.

Your dentist will use the impressions to make a trial set of dentures that you will try on at your next appointment. Any amendments to the fit will be made and a careful note will be taken of any alterations in size or shape of your teeth will be made so that your final set of dentures will look entirely natural.

At your final appointment, your bespoke dentures will be fitted and you will be given advice on how to take care of them.

How long do dentures last?

Dentures can last for many years if they are taken care of properly with good hygiene and care. They are however made of acrylic and with time can become brittle and worn, in addition to fitting less securely than they once did. When you attend regularly for your examinations your dentist will continually review your denture to ensure it fits you well.

Interested in dentures?

‍If you need replacement dentures or believe that you will need dentures in the near future, please  arrange an appointment to discuss all the available options.

Please also visit our page on dental implants in case these are of interest to you as an alternative to dentures.

Our dentists are highly experienced and adept at fitting dental implants, dentures and will ensure that you receive the best possible care whichever option you choose.