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We understand how the loss of all your natural teeth can impact on your life. As well as affecting daily activities, such as eating, talking and laughing, losing your teeth can also lower your self-esteem. The dentures we make will look like your natural teeth and fit precisely, helping to create definition to your mouth and smile. Your quality of life will be improved, and you will be able to eat, talk and laugh with confidence in your secure replacement teeth.
All our dentures are designed, made and fitted by Bill Sharpling, Clinical Dental Technician (CDT), who brings his extensive expertise in implant-stabilised and removable dentures to Elmsleigh House; click to read our blog welcoming Bill and find out more.
Your initial denture consultation with Bill Sharpling is complimentary; it gives you the chance to meet Bill, who will listen to your concerns, discuss your needs and make a thorough examination of your mouth. Bill will determine the best denture option for you, with consideration of your health, cosmetic and financial needs.
Bill offers a range of denture options to his patients in Farnham:
Bill will guide you in selecting the best denture for you, and will take time and care to ensure you will be completely happy with the look, fit and function of your replacement teeth.
We also have a dental implant team that offer a more permanent solution that ensures your jaw bone is preserved; dental implants look, feel and act like your natural teeth, and last.
Whatever you decide, the team at Elmsleigh House are experienced and dedicated to ensuring our patients are happy with their teeth and smile. We believe you will appreciate the difference.
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