Mobile Logo

Dentures

dentures

At Tooth Sparkler, we can offer dentures as an option to patients who have lost their natural teeth. More comfortable and natural looking than ever, today’s dentures can give you back the confidence to smile, eat and speak as before. Your comfort is our priority, and we’ll take the time to make sure that your new set of teeth feel right, look good and work well.

What are dentures?

Dentures are false teeth that are usually made from acrylic and replace missing teeth. They are designed to look like your natural teeth and they can be taken out for cleaning or when you sleep at night.

You can choose either full or partial dentures, depending on how many teeth need to be replaced.

Why chose dentures?

If they are not replaced, missing teeth can change the shape of your face, making you look older than you really are. However, with the support from dentures, you will retain a more youthful appearance and be able to enjoy your food and speak with as much ease as when you had your natural teeth.

Typically, your confidence returns and your ability to enjoy the company of others does too.

Are they for me?

More natural looking and more comfortable than ever before, today’s dentures are a great solution for patients who do not suit implants or a bridge to replace lost teeth, for whatever reason.

If most or all of your teeth are missing, a full denture may be for you. On the other hand, we may recommend a partial denture for those who still have some natural teeth remaining.

You can be any age to suit dentures, and there are not the same kind of limitations with health and bone density that some patients may experience with other solutions, such as implants.

Dentures are also one of the more cost effective solutions for replacing missing teeth. If you have health insurance, your provider may help you with the cost of dentures, so don’t forget to check first.

Book in today for a confidential chat about how dentures could change your life for the better.

Request an appointment

 

 

 
Wellsites