Types of Dentures
In order to give our patients the best denture possible, we have many types and options available, from full dentures to partial dentures, flexible dentures and cobalt chrome dentures (metal).
Cobalt chrome removable partial dentures
These have several advantages over acrylic dentures; they are thinner stronger and more retentive than acrylic dentures.
They are also supported by the natural teeth making them much more stable.
We also make complete chrome dentures, for patients with no remaining natural teeth
we make from the toughest materials on the market today; we make both full and removable partial acrylic dentures.
We offer a basic range of dentures, right up to fully cosmetic beautiful natural looking dentures, that are so life like, it’s almost impossible to tell that they are dentures.
These are one of the solutions we offer to our patients, they are beautifully aesthetic, very comfortable and functional and we have spent many years perfecting our flexible dentures.
The advantage of a flexible partial denture is that it retains around the natural teeth and when in the mouth are virtually invisible, it is very difficult to notice a flexible denture in the mouth, because of the flexible materials translucency and colour, it picks up the natural colour of the pink soft tissues and blends in.
For patients that can’t bear the thought of being seen with metal clasps or ‘wires’ on their dentures, a flexible might be the best solution for them. Metal and acrylic dentures are prone to bending or breakage; where as flexible dentures are practically indestructible under normal use.
We are a certified Valplast laboratory, but we also offer other flexible denture options in order to cater for all partial flexible denture needs.
If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation where your denture is lost or broken beyond repair, we are here to help.
We have emergency denture appointments available, and because we make all the dentures onsite, we are able to fabricate a new temporary denture in a very short time, in a few hours rather than weeks.
Depending on the situation, however, this may only be a temporary solution while your permanent new denture is being constructed.