Dentures & Partial Dentures
What Are Veneers?
Dentures are typically used on people who have had an accident, disease, or poor oral health. They’re an artificial solution to provide you with a full set of teeth, so you can live your life normally again. Dentures are made by taking impressions of your existing teeth and creating teeth and gum replacement for you.
Complete dentures are a full set of teeth, usually for people who are missing all of their natural teeth. Dentures can be taken out regularly as suction holds them in place, so the full set can be taken out for regular cleaning.
What Are Partial Dentures?
Dentures are designed to behave like regular teeth, so they also need to be cleaned regularly just like your regular teeth. Plaque can build up on your dentures if not regularly cleaned, which can cause damage to your dentures and in the case of partial dentures, can also cause damage to your remaining natural teeth too. Dentures should be removed overnight so your mouth and gums have a chance to recover. Dentures can be hard on the gums and can often feel uncomfortable so removing them whilst you sleep is a great respite.
Caring For Your Dentures
Veneers are most commonly used to improve the aesthetics of your smile, so this is likely the biggest benefit of using veneers. Feeling confident with your smile and your mouth shouldn’t need to be a luxury. If you have some teeth that you’re unhappy with or would just like a cohesive look for all of your teeth together, veneers would most likely benefit you.
Dentures By Love To Smile
Whether you want to determine your eligibility for dentures, want to book a fitting, or have an issue with existing dentures, our experienced dental technicians will always be completely honest with you about your needs. We will assess your individual case and discuss the options thoroughly with you, so you can always make an informed decision.
The Benefits Of Dentures
- Get A Full, Natural-Looking Smile
- Mitigate Jaw Decay That Can Be Caused By Missing Teeth
- Improve Your Chewing Ability And Your Speech Clarity
- Dentures Can Be Removed And Cleaned Easily
- Dentures Last For Years With Proper Care
- Your Insurance May Cover Some Or All Of The Costs