Missing teeth can impact your self-esteem and make it difficult for you to chew food. Gaps in your teeth can also affect the look of your cheeks, making you appear older than you are. Then dentures may be the solution for you.
Dentures are removable teeth that are a great way to replace missing teeth. Whether you’ve worn dentures before that have now become worn and need replacing, or you have a lot of teeth missing and need your first set of dentures. They are a great alternative to implants if they aren’t suitable for you, or, are too expensive.
Mike Gregory has been creating beautiful, natural looking dentures for over 40 years. Mike has a wealth of experience that will ensure he creates dentures that are comfortable and natural looking.
Benefits of dentures
Having new dentures will give you a confidence boost as you will have a new, natural looking smile. You’ll be able to eat a wide range of foods and know that your natural teeth are now being supported again.
You will meet with Mike for your initial consultation, which usually takes approximately 30 minutes. During this appointment Mike will carry out an examination and discuss your options with you.
At the following appointment, Mike will take impressions of your teeth, from which he will make models and a special tray to take further, more detailed impressions at your next appointment.
Prior to your next appointment, Mike will make mock-ups of your new dentures to ensure that you are completely happy with the fit, before your new dentures are hand-made. At your last appointment, Mike will fit your new dentures and you will leave with your beautiful new smile. A follow up appointment will be booked for you to return to allow Mike to check the fit of the dentures and ensure that you are completely happy with them.
You should not feel any pain during the process of having your new dentures fitted.
Plaque can build up on dentures in the same way as it can on natural teeth so it’s important to ensure you look after them as if they were your own teeth to avoid gum disease.
You should remove your dentures and clean them thoroughly with a soft brush, they should be rinsed and kept in an airtight container when you aren’t wearing them at night.
You must ensure that you keep your mouth clean too by gently brushing your gums and tongue with a soft brush.
You may find that you need a few days to get used to your new dentures, but, once you are used to them you should find that your speech isn’t affected, you’ll soon be back to speaking normally.
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