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Choosing your dentures: a guide to finding your perfect new teeth

August 31, 2016

If you need dentures, you will want new teeth that both look and act like their natural counterparts. Elmsleigh House Dental Clinic in Farnham offers a range of denture options, all designed to give you back both aesthetic appeal to your smile and the functionality of a healthy jaw. We welcome new patients for denture consultations.

The importance of replacing lost teeth

Any dentist will agree that missing teeth should always be replaced. When even one tooth is lost, you can experience problems with confidence if you become ashamed of your smile. If several teeth are missing you could struggle to eat anything but a soft food or liquid diet, could find your speech affected, and your social life could suffer, which can have a big negative impact on your state of mind.

Dentures have been used for many years as an effective tooth replacement option. They key to enjoying life with your new teeth is to find high-quality dentures that are made to fit your mouth perfectly.

Farnham dentures: your options

Elmsleigh House Dental Clinic in Farnham has a dedicated Clinical Dental Technician, Frank Johnson, who will work closely with you and your dentist to find the ideal denture solution to suit your needs.

We offer two denture options at our Farnham clinic:

1) Premier Dentures

Your new teeth will be carefully hand-crafted to accurately reproduce your smile. To do this, Frank will use a combination of modern digital imaging technology, old photographs, and a series of special measurements to ensure that your teeth look completely natural. Indeed, many people won’t even realise that you are wearing a denture.

2) Essential Dentures

Individually-constructed hard, plastic teeth are carefully attached to a strong acrylic base. Every tooth is made from three layers of resin for a natural look and for strength. Your new teeth will be resistant to both stains and accidental damage.

An increasing number of patients are turning to dental implants to stabilise their dentures. In this scenario, a series of titanium replacement tooth roots will be placed in your jaw under either local anaesthetic or conscious sedation. Your denture will then be attached on top.


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