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Replace your missing teeth and complete your smile with full or partial dentures at TG’s Dental Suite.
Replace missing teeth
Eat and speak easier
Prevent jaw shrinkage
Long-lasting and durable
0% APR interest-free monthly instalments
Dentures are a set of removable prosthetic teeth designed to replace missing teeth and the surrounding tissue. Dentures are typically made of acrylic resin and can be complete or partial, depending on the number of teeth that need to be replaced – complete dentures are an effective solution for people who have a full mouth of missing teeth, while partial dentures are useful when some natural teeth still remain in the jaw.
Restoring mouth function
Improving your appearance
Replacing damaged teeth
Maintaining facial structure
A natural-looking smile
Single arch dentures at TG’s Dental Suite start at £1,100, or £880 on our membership plan. We also offer 0% APR interest-free monthly instalments to help you spread the cost of your treatment. See our costs and membership page for more information.
If they’re properly taken care of, dentures can last up to 7 to 10 years (and sometimes more). However, they may need to be adjusted or replaced over time as the mouth changes shape or the denture material wears down.
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Dentures are a safe, effective, and long-lasting option for patients who have one or more missing teeth.
Restore mouth function: Dentures can restore your ability to speak and eat properly, allowing you to enjoy your favourite foods and talk without difficulty.
Improve your appearance: Dentures can improve the appearance of your smile by giving you a full set of teeth and restoring the natural shape of your face.
Maintain facial structure: When teeth are missing, the jawbone can begin to deteriorate and change the shape of the face and dentures help to maintain the structure of the jaw.
Long-lasting restoration: Dentures are custom-made of extremely durable material, and can last for many years with proper care and maintenance.
Convenient and lifestyle-friendly: Dentures are a removable option for replacing missing teeth, which means you can easily remove them for cleaning and maintenance.
Affordable option: In general, dentures are more affordable than other teeth replacement treatments like dental implants or bridges.
Overall, dentures can be a safe, effective, and affordable option for patients who have one or more missing teeth, but there are some things to know about dentures before choosing this as a treatment option.
Getting used to dentures can take time
It can take several weeks or even months to get used to wearing dentures, and some patients may experience soreness, irritation, or difficulty speaking or eating during the adjustment period.
Dentures require regular cleaning and maintenance
Like natural teeth, dentures require regular cleaning to prevent plaque buildup and gum disease. Dentures should be cleaned daily with a soft-bristled brush and denture cleaner, and should be stored in water or solution when you’re not wearing them.
Dentures may need to be adjusted or replaced over time
As the mouth changes shape over time, dentures may become loose or uncomfortable, and need to be adjusted or replaced to ensure a proper fit.
It's important to brush them daily with a soft-bristled brush and denture cleaner, and to store them in water or denture solution when you’re not wearing them. You should also avoid using hot water or harsh chemicals to clean them.
Yes, dentures can restore your ability to eat normally, although it may take some time to get used to wearing them. It's important to start with soft foods and gradually introduce harder, chewier foods over time.
It's common for dentures to affect your speech to begin with, but most patients adjust to wearing dentures over time and their speech clarity improves.
We usually recommend that you remove your dentures before going to sleep to allow the gums to rest and prevent gum irritation or infection. In some cases, your dentist may recommend leaving your dentures in overnight, but they’ll discuss this with you.