We understand that losing your teeth can be a challenging experience, but with our range of denture options, we can help you find a solution that meets your unique needs. Whether you need full or partial dentures, our experienced team will work with you to ensure that you get the perfect fit and look you desire.
Our dentures are made from high-quality materials that are both durable and comfortable. We take the time to ensure that each denture is crafted to your exact specifications, resulting in a comfortable and secure fit that you can rely on.
VALPLAST® Flexible Partials
Valplast® flexible partials could be the solution for you to replace one or more teeth. Unlike more traditional ridged, bulky and unstable dental materials, Valplast flexible partial dentures are made from a flexible plastic material which fits neatly into your mouth and is virtually invisible. They do NOT require any unsightly metal clasps to keep them in place.
Modern dentures differ from traditional ones in several ways. They are often more lightweight and natural-looking, thanks to improved materials and technology. Additionally, modern dentures are custom-fitted to your mouth, offering a more secure and comfortable fit. They can also be supported by dental implants for increased stability.
Yes, modern dentures are designed with comfort in mind. They are custom-made to fit the contours of your mouth, reducing irritation and discomfort. Many patients find them much more comfortable than older, ill-fitting dentures. The use of advanced materials also contributes to a more pleasant wearing experience.
Absolutely. Modern dentures are crafted to restore your ability to eat and speak with confidence. Their secure fit and improved design make it easier to enjoy a wide variety of foods without worrying about discomfort or slipping. Your speech may also improve, as modern dentures are less likely to cause speech impediments.
Proper care is essential to maintain the longevity and appearance of modern dentures. Here are some tips:
- Remove and rinse dentures after meals.
- Brush dentures daily with a soft-bristle brush and denture cleaner.
- Soak dentures in a denture-cleaning solution overnight.
- Handle dentures with care to avoid damage.
- Regularly visit your dentist for check-ups and adjustments.
By following these guidelines and maintaining good oral hygiene, you can ensure that your modern dentures stay in excellent condition for years to come.
While it’s generally recommended to remove your dentures at night before sleeping, some people choose to sleep with them in their mouths. However, it’s essential to understand the potential benefits and risks.
Sleeping without dentures allows your oral tissues to rest and recover, promoting better oral health. It also reduces the risk of accidentally damaging the dentures during sleep. However, if you decide to sleep with your dentures, ensure they are well-maintained and cleaned daily to prevent oral health issues.
It’s best to consult your dentist for personalised advice on whether sleeping with dentures is suitable for your specific situation. They can provide guidance based on your oral health needs and preferences.