partial dentures


Our natural looking, comfortable dentures are expertly constructed from a variety of durable materials and offer an affordable solution for missing teeth. These fully functional replacement teeth can help improve how you eat and speak, and boost your confidence by restoring your smile.

Our partial dentures are designed to blend in with existing teeth and our full sets of dentures look so realistic, no one will guess they aren’t the real thing.

The Treatment Process

  1. Your first visit will include a thorough assessment of your soft tissues, gums and areas of bone to make sure they are suitably healthy.
  2. We will take accurate impressions of your mouth to create a model that can then be checked for fit and comfort.
  3. A final set of dentures is produced and you will return for the final fitting.
  4. During a follow up appointment we will check your dentures are settling in well.


New dentures will take a little while to ‘bed in’ and may need a little adjustment when they have settled into their new home.

It may feel a little strange when you first eat with new dentures, so it’s a good idea to start off with softer foods and gradually introduce more tricky items. Your saliva flow may increase but this will soon ease off. Your speech may also be affected, but just keep on talking and you’ll soon get used to speaking normally.

You will need to remove your dentures at bedtime to give your gums a rest. They will also need cleaning when you take them out so use a toothbrush or denture brush to keep them fresh. Store them in water or denture fluid overnight so they don’t dry out and lose their shape.

Make sure you attend regular check-ups so we can make sure your dentures are still fitting properly and remain comfortable.

partial dentures

Frequently Asked Questions

Dentures are prosthetic devices designed to replace missing teeth and restore the functionality and appearance of your mouth. Dentures are made by taking impressions of your mouth and creating a mould. This mould is used to create the denture base, which is then fitted with the artificial teeth.

This will then improve your ability to speak, eat, and smile confidently.

Yes, there are several types of dentures available, including full dentures, partial dentures, immediate dentures, and implant-supported dentures. Your dentist will help you determine the best type of denture for your needs.
The lifespan of dentures can vary depending on various factors, such as the type of denture, your oral hygiene habits, and the amount of wear and tear. Typically, dentures can last between 5-10 years.

The lifespan of dentures varies depending on the type of material they are made from, the care they receive, and the frequency of dental checkups. Typically, dentures can last between 5-10 years, but some may last longer.

The process of getting dentures usually takes several weeks, including multiple dental appointments. This time frame may vary depending on the type of denture you need and your individual circumstances.
Dentures should be brushed daily with a soft-bristled brush and denture cleaner to remove food particles and bacteria. It’s also essential to remove them before sleeping and soaking them overnight in a denture solution to keep them moist.
Initially, it may take some time to adjust to wearing dentures, and you may experience some difficulty eating and speaking. However, with practice and patience, most people are able to adapt to wearing dentures and resume their normal activities.
It is generally recommended that you remove your dentures while sleeping to give your gums and mouth a chance to rest and to prevent bacterial build-up.
Yes, in most cases, dentures can be repaired if they become damaged. However, it’s important to have them evaluated by a dentist as soon as possible to prevent further damage and to ensure that they continue to fit properly.
It is important to visit your dentist regularly after getting dentures to ensure that they continue to fit properly and to check for any potential problems or complications. Your dentist will recommend a schedule of regular checkups based on your individual needs.
Yes, there are several alternatives to dentures, including dental implants and dental bridges. Your dentist can help you determine the best treatment option for your needs and preferences.