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Dentures Nottingham

At the Dental Suite we offer bespoke, high quality dentures, which are designed to improve and restore function, enhance facial aesthetics and give you a gorgeous, natural looking smile.

We understand how important it is to look and feel great so our dentures are lifelike, light and comfortable.

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One of the biggest complaints from denture-wearers or people who are thinking about getting dentures is that dentures look like false teeth, but modern dentures look very natural and they can create truly beautiful smiles. We provide hand-crafted dentures to mimic natural teeth to ensure that you feel confident when you smile.

Dentures at the Dental Suite

We achieve amazing aesthetics and optimal function by using the finest materials and the latest technology. Our dentures are bespoke and designed to fit the individual’s looks and personality, using the latest clinical methods to ensure that the dentures fit perfectly to enhance comfort and reduce the risk of loose dentures and irritation. We spend time getting to know our clients in Nottingham, which allows us to produce ‘drop dead gorgeous’ dentures.

A masculine form can be described as cuboidal and muscular, with a vigorous physical appearance. A basic tooth form, which expresses masculine characteristics, should be used to reflect these attributes. Denture teeth possess strong characteristics and are positioned boldly to provide a more masculine appearance.

Femininity is expressed by roundness, smoothness and softness that is typical of a women. Therefore, a selection of tooth shapes which have the soft lines and expression of the feminine form should be used. Denture teeth are delicately positioned to enhance femininity and blend perfectly with facial features.

 
"Ecstatic with my dentures"
 
"My dentures are top of the shop"

About Dentures

Dentures are a tooth replacement treatment. They are sets of false teeth, which restore function to the mouth, enabling you to chew and bite properly and speak clearly and produce a healthy looking smile.

Dentures have been around for many years and they have come on in leaps and bounds; gone are the days of large, bulky sets of false teeth. Today’s dentures are light, sleek and aesthetically pleasing.

We recommend implant retained dentures for a perfect fit and optimum tooth function; these are dentures that are held in place by dental implants. Implant-retained dentures eradicate the problem of loose-fitting dentures and give patients peace of mind that their denture will never slip or come loose.

Diane Age 63 with Changing Faces® Dentures

“My new dentures were perfect from day one”

Michael Age 69 with Changing Faces® Dentures

“I’ve not looked this good in years”

What is the Process for Getting Implant Retained Dentures?

At The Dental Suite, our implant retained dentures are custom-made to fit each patient perfectly. Here’s how we provide our patients with implant retained dentures:

We start by taking an X-ray and impressions of your teeth, noting how your upper and lower teeth bite together. A mould can then be made to check you’re happy with how it fits before we create your real dentures. Any adjustments are made at this stage.

To keep them looking as natural as possible, the dentist will also advise you on what they feel would be the best colour. They’ll take into consideration the colour of any remaining teeth and your skin tone.

The next stage is having your dentures fitted. After, your dentist will advise you on how to take care of them to keep them looking beautiful for years to come. A follow-up appointment may be needed in the future to check how you’re getting on with your new smile.

Changing Faces® dentures reverse the ageing effect of tooth loss

 

Looking After Dentures

Taking care of your dentures is a similar process to brushing your teeth. Make sure they’re brushed twice a day, and cleaned with a denture cleaning agent if necessary. Brushing your implant retained dentures should be done with a toothbrush, just as you would your natural teeth.

To keep them in good condition, make regular trips to the dentist and inform the clinic if you’re having any issues with them. 

Dentures in Nottingham

With over 20 years of experience in taking care of teeth, we understand how important it is to have a smile you can be proud of.

If you are interested in bespoke, natural looking dentures and you’re based Nottingham, contact us today to take the next step towards a more comfortable life. Call us on 0115 871 2563 to get started.

 

FAQ’s

Will dentures affect my speech?

Because your denture retained implants are fixed to your mouth with your tongue being able to move freely, they won’t affect your speech. Unlike dentures, you won’t have to worry about them slipping out mid-conversation. 

Are implant retained dentures painful?

Local anaesthesia will be used in the procedure, therefore, there is very little pain involved. After the dentures have been fitted, patients may feel some swelling, but this will soon subside and painkillers can be taken to help with the discomfort.

How much do dentures cost?

The cost of dentures depends on the number of teeth that need to be replaced, material chosen and the quality of replacement teeth. Once you’ve had your first consultation the dentist will be able to better advise you on the cost of the procedure. 

Will I be able to eat properly with implant retained dentures?

Your dentures will be fixed, so there’s no need to worry about them moving or slipping when eating as with traditional dentures. One of the main reasons patients opt for implant retained dentures is because of how easy they are to adjust to. 

How will my implant retained dentures feel?

Implant retained dentures act and feel just like natural teeth. Because they integrate with your jawbone, they stay strong and healthy while also slowing down bone loss.

How long will they last?

When looked after and cared for, denture implants can last a lifetime. Regular trips to the dentist will ensure the longevity of the implants.