Still the most cost effective way to replace missing teeth, 
dentures are removable false teeth and can be used to
replace just a few teeth (a partial denture) or all the teeth
(a full or complete denture).



Partial Dentures

These are made when some teeth are missing but some natural teeth remain. Partial dentures
can be either acrylic (plastic) or chrome (metal). Your dentist will discuss with you in detail which
would be most suitable for you.

Full Dentures

These are made when all of the teeth are missing. They can be either conventional dentures, immediate dentures or implant supported dentures.

Conventional Dentures

These are used when all the teeth are missing and the gums have already healed. These take four to six weeks to complete.

Immediate Dentures

These are made in advance and inserted the same day the teeth are removed. In this way, you are not left without teeth during the healing process. However, once the gums heal and shrink, adjustments will have to be made to refit the denture, usually 6 months after the teeth were removed.

Implant Supported Dentures

Several implants are placed in the jaw giving the dentures something to attach to.

Dentures are very durable appliances and will last many years but may have to be remade, repaired, relined or readjusted due to normal wear.

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