What are they?
A removable denture replaces missing teeth. 'Partial' dentures replace a few missing teeth and 'full' or 'complete' dentures are needed if all the natural teeth are missing.
Full dentures are best made of acrylic (plastic). Partial dentures can also be made entirely of acrylic. Alternatively, they can consists of acrylic teeth on a light metal alloy base.
Many patients wear dentures, but wish to keep it a secret between them and their dentist. This can now be achieved by using the highest quality teeth and dentures bases available.
Very accurate impressions can be taken of your mouth for the best possible fit. White coloured clasps can be used around your teeth if necessary to reduce denture movement. A clear palate can be placed into your upper denture.
And most importantly higher quality teeth made using modern techniques for a natural appearance can be placed on your denture to create a smile to be proud of.
Natural, Great Looking Teeth
Natural teeth darken with age, modern techniques can lighten them. So too with your denture teeth – light or dark, there are many shades to choose from.
All teeth contain a wide range of shades and translucencies, mimicked by your denture teeth. Tooth shapes are carefully chosen to look natural, having colour changes from the neck to the tip /body of the tooth. These teeth can be added to quality pink acrylic denture bases, or to minimal metal denture frameworks, even top of the range, extra light titanium frameworks – for the ultimate denture.
So whether you have a complete denture, or just a few teeth missing, why must anyone else know?