COVID-19 statement


During these unprecedented times we are unable to provide the normal care that patients are used to. Our practice will remain open during normal working hours to provide advice to patients and where necessary provide care in the form of prescriptions for analgesics and antibiotics. Practices are working together and face to face consultations and treatment, if necessary, will be provided for clinically urgent problems at one of these practices after telephone consultation with a dentist.


If you are calling outside of normal hours and have an urgent dental problem, please consider if this could wait until the following day or over the weekend rather than accessing the out of hours services.


If you have an urgent dental problem out of hours and the problem is extremely severe please contact the out of hours service through NHS111.


If your dental problem includes uncontrolled bleeding and a swelling that is causing breathing problems this is an emergency and you should go to A&E.


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Dentures

Dentures

Dentures are removable false teeth that offer a natural-looking and affordable solution to gaps in your smile. A partial denture can replace just a few lost teeth and a complete denture can be used to restore a whole set of missing teeth.

We provide highest quality acrylic, chrome cobalt and valplast dentures. Having the highest quality appliance means that you can join the functionality of having teeth while being comfortable. All our dentures are custom-made and made to match your natural teeth.

Treatment steps

  • Your soft tissues, gums and bone will be thoroughly assessed to ensure they are healthy.
  • Accurate impressions of your mouth will be taken so a model can be produced and checked for fit and comfort.
  • When the final set of dentures are ready, you will come in for your final fitting.
  • During a follow up appointment, we will check your dentures are settling in well.

It can take a little while to get used to new dentures as eating and speaking may be a little tricky at first. You may also notice an increase in saliva but this should soon subside as your mouth gets used to the replacement teeth.