Dentures in Ewell

Revive your smile and get a natural-looking denture appliance designed with your comfort and convenience in mind.

What are Dental Dentures?

A denture is a removable appliance that replaces missing teeth so you can eat, drink, and smile confidently.

A natural, good-fitting denture is key to keeping your mouth comfortable and functional throughout the day. These appliances fit securely over the gums, and they are available as partial or complete dentures. Custom-made dentures also support the lips, cheeks, and facial muscles by enhancing the ability to talk, eat, and more. Connect with our team to find out if dentures are the best solution for you.

Types of Dentures

At The Parade Dental Practice, our patients can choose the denture that best meets their oral health needs with options such as:

Partial Dentures

A partial denture is an excellent solution for those with one or more missing teeth. Our expert dentists will create a custom-fit denture appliance from high-quality materials like acrylic or metal, depending on the strength and health of your adjacent teeth. Partial dentures are also used to support and brace your remaining teeth. Small clasps hold the partial denture in place during the day and are simple to remove for cleaning and before sleeping.

Complete Dentures

Complete dentures (or a full set) are recommended for patients who have lost all their original teeth in their upper or lower jaw. These dentures perform best by suctioning to the gums and roof of the mouth. With new dentures, it may take time for the gums and muscles to adjust, and tenderness is normal during this phase. Our team is here to ensure your dentures fit comfortably and perform optimally.

Ready for a Denture Consultation?

If you want flexible, natural-looking dentures to enhance your lifestyle, visit us at The Parade Dental Practice for an initial consultation. We’ll review the pros and cons of your options to find the ideal solution for your oral health needs.

How to Care for Your Dentures

Dentures are durable but require regular cleaning to ensure they last longer and maintain the correct fit. These appliances last up to ten years or more with proper and consistent care.

Follow these tips to care for your dentures on a daily basis at home:

Contact the friendly staff at our Ewell practice immediately if your dentures are chipped, cracked, or broken.

When to See a Dentist

Going to regular hygiene check-ups throughout the year is still important if you have partial or complete dentures. Our dentists can monitor your oral health and check for any new dental issues. Visit a dentist if you notice these signs:

When damaged or poor-fitting dentures aren’t replaced or repaired, other issues like infections, mouth sores, and increased difficulty with eating or speaking can form.