Modern Denture Solutions

Whether you’re replacing one, a few or a full set of missing teeth, there’s a few denture options to explore

What you need to know about dentures first

Dentures, traditionally, are false teeth made of plastic, which rely on suction to keep them in place. For patients looking for something more stable (and palateless), metal dentures (cobalt chrome) might be the preferred option. 

However, with advancements in missing teeth dentistry, patients also have the option to make their denture experience even better with integrated implant dentures, which come in removable and fixed options that offer less degree of movement, better speech and chewing capabilities and more of a natural look. 

But before we explore your options, you need first to learn which type of denture is best for your condition.

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Types of dentures

  • Conventional or complete dentures are most applicable to patients with no teeth in their upper or lower jaws. Typically these dentures rely on suction to stay in place.
  • Partial dentures are prescribed in cases where patients are missing one or more missing teeth (but not a full jaw) and have some natural teeth remaining. These dentures will use clasps to hook onto the remaining teeth.
  • Removable implant dentures, known as implant retained dentures, snap in and out of the mouth and are hooked onto implants.
  • Fixed implant dentures, or implant-supported dentures, replace an entire jaw of missing teeth and do not rely on suction.
  • Hybrid implant dentures or All on 4, or Teeth in a Day, fix an entire arch of fake teeth to four or six implants without the need for an abundance of bone.
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Partial Dentures

  • From £350
  • Affect healthy teeth
  • Some discomfort
  • Least invasive
  • Supports the jaw
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Plastic Dentures

  • From £650
  • Bulkier and bigger
  • Easier to break
  • Least retention
  • Covers the roof of the mouth
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Metal Dentures

  • From £750
  • Take up less room
  • Longer to fabricate
  • Clasps can be visible
  • More comfortable than platic
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Implant-Retained Dentures

  • From £4,900
  • Requires bone in areas
  • Removable to clean
  • Limited chewing
  • Full jaw replacement
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Implant-Supported Dentures

  • From £3,000
  • Requires abundance of bone
  • Fixed to the jaw
  • Better chewing
  • Prevents bone atrophy
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All on 4 Dentures (Teeth in a Day)

  • From £15,500
  • Doesn’t need bone
  • Placed in a day
  • One piece / not individual
  • 97.8% success rate

Missing Teeth Consult

Not sure which missing teeth option is right for you? Not sure if dentures will be the right fit? Visit our practice in Surrey for a free consultation so we can look at your smile and see what is possible to repair it.

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