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The team at The Fine Tooth Company are experts at creating lifelike dentures in Croydon that not only look good but feel great too.
A denture is a removable oral appliance that is used to replace several missing teeth. Dentures are made to look like natural teeth and may even improve the appearance of your smile. There are two types of dentures, partial dentures and complete dentures – a partial denture is used to fill in the gaps from missing teeth in order to improve functionality and prevent other teeth from moving. A complete denture, on the other hand, is used when all teeth are missing in the upper or lower jaw. Dentures can be very durable and may last several years although after some time they can require repair or replacement.
If you are missing several or all of your teeth, dentures can help improve appearance as well as functionality (such as chewing). In addition to this dentures help prevent problems that result from missing teeth such as a sunken face.
For patients who have had dentures for a long period of time, it is possible for implant supported overdentures. This is a quick, simple and safe procedure that will improve denture retention and quality of life overall.
Full dentures are removable plates that cover the entire upper or lower jaw for patients missing all of their teeth. They allow you to comfortably chew foods again, restore functionality, and improve your confidence.
Full dentures are made from a durable acrylic and can be fitted with the help of an oral adhesive or suction.
Partial dentures replace one or a few missing teeth. They fit snugly in your mouth and blend seamlessly to your existing teeth to match their colour and shade.
Partial dentures are generally made from acrylic and metal. They are easy to care for and give you confidence to smile, speak, eat, and laugh again in public.
This treatment involves placing a whole new set of teeth using titanium implants, eliminating the need for oral adhesives. These strong and durable implants support a fixed dental prosthesis with 10 to 14 teeth.