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A natural looking and secure smile

Dentures are used to replace missing teeth, giving you a natural looking smile you can be proud to show off.

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What does the treatment process involve?

Having dentures fitted can be quite an involved process, sometimes needing several appointments to make sure your dentures are stable, comfortable and look beautifully natural.

We begin with a full consultation, discussing the different types of dentures and coming to a mutual decision as to which would be best for you. We welcome you to ask any questions about the treatment, which we are very happy to help with.

We take impressions and photographs so a model of your mouth can be created. This is used to try your model dentures on throughout the stages of treatment, checking for fit, bite and comfort, and adjusting where necessary.

When you and your dentist are both happy, the final version is created. When ready, we check your dentures look, fit and feel completely right.

After around a week, we invite you back into the practice to check your dentures are still functional and fitting correctly. Please rest assured it can take a little while to get used to the feel of them in your mouth.

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What are dentures?

Commonly known as false teeth, dentures offer an effective way to restore your smile with natural looking removable and affordable replacements. Some patients are concerned that their dentures will become loose or uncomfortable, but modern techniques and procedures mean this is no longer the case.

At Stourbridge Dental & Implant Clinic, our partial dentures blend in beautifully with your existing teeth and complete dentures can pass for real teeth. We offer a variety of dentures to meet the needs of every patient.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I look after my dentures?

    It is important to treat your dentures with care, to ensure they last a long time. They can be cleaned with a toothbrush or special denture brush, and should be removed at night. Keep them in water or denture fluid overnight so they can’t dry out and lose their shape. At your regular check ups, your dentist will keep an eye on your dentures, gums and any remaining teeth.

  • Will I be able to talk normally?

    You may find speaking difficult at first, as you get used to the feel of the dentures in your mouth. This will be temporary, but you can improve it by speaking or reading aloud at home.

  • Will I be able to eat normally?

    You may find eating a bit tricky, especially if you have complete dentures. It can help to start with softer foods and introduce other items over time. You might find the amount of saliva in your mouth increases, but this will improve as you get used to your dentures.

Cobalt Chromium

Safe, strong and precise metal dentures.

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Immediate Dentures

Fast and reliable treatment to replace teeth directly after extraction.

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Complete Dentures

Replace a full arch of missing teeth and gain a beautiful confident smile.

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