What is a denture?
A denture is a removable appliance which can be used to replace a missing tooth to improve mouth function and give you a more confident smile. A denture may be a full one which will replace all the missing teeth, or it may be a partial one which replaces just one or a small number of teeth. Wearing a denture will help to prevent your remaining teeth from moving and can be more affordable than options such as bridges or implants. At Rectory House Dental Practice, we fit dentures made from acrylic or cobalt chromium - or a combination of these two materials.
Are dentures right for you?
Have you been considering having dentures for some time? Would you like some specialist advice about whether dentures would suit you? At Rectory House Dental Practice, we’re proud of our expertise in enhancing dental health through high quality dentures. At your initial consultation, our knowledgeable clinicians will assess your teeth and advise on the best dentures for you. Because we put our patients first, we’ll take the time to explain how to get the best from your dentures. Then we’ll provide ongoing care to keep your dentures - and your overall dental and oral health - at their best, for life.
Trust us to enhance your smile
If your smile is affected by missing teeth, dentures fitted by our caring team could be a good option for you. At Rectory House, we only ever recommend the treatment that is right for a specific patient. So you can be confident that you’re investing in the best possible dental treatment and care. With our long track record of working with patients, we understand that you may have some worries about making the move to using dentures. That’s why we take a sensitive approach to achieving the result you want – being able to get more out of life!
Thinking about dentures or wondering if they might be right for you? Get in touch to find out how we could help you enjoy a more confident smile!
Why not book your initial consultation today?
We offer a range of payment plans to help make it easier for our patients to access the dental treatments they need. For more information, please get in touch.