|Acrylic Denture (1-3 teeth)||from £350|
|Acrylic Denture (4-8 teeth)||from £500|
|Acrylic Denture (8+ teeth)||from £695|
|Flexible Denture (1-3 teeth)||from £550|
|Flexible Denture (4-8 teeth)||from £675|
|Flexible Denture (8+ teeth)||from £900|
|Chrome Metal Denture (1-3 teeth)||from £600|
|Chrome Metal Denture (4-8 teeth)||from £725|
|Chrome Metal Denture (8+ teeth)||from £950|
Our dentures are very ethically priced. That typically results in our prices being very competitive.
Dr. Deepa and Dr. Xenia are experienced dentists, with over 20 years of dental experience between the two of them.
Our prices are typically the same as those listed above. However, in certain cases, prices could vary depending on material and complexity.
Please call us or email us for a same day appointment.
Dentures are used to replace missing teeth; Acrylic Dentures can replace any number of missing teeth. It’s worth noting however that acrylic dentures can be a little cumbersome and oral hygiene can often be more difficult. If a patients teeth are generally in poor condition or if they have very few natural teeth remaining, Acrylic Dentures are often the treatment of choice. Also, if several teeth need replacing, Acrylic dentures can be used.
Flexible dentures are usually made of thin thermoplastics (e.g. nylon), as compared to the thicker and often more rigid acrylic used in Acrylic Dentures. Patients often find Flexible Dentures a more comfortable fit than other removable dentures, especially so if the patient is still relatively new to wearing dentures. It is ideal for patients who have lost several but not all of their teeth.
In addition, partial dentures are usually made with metal parts, which can often be visible. Most Flexible Dentures do not use metal parts or frame, but instead use a durable plastic that snaps securely and comfortably into place around the patients existing teeth. The denture therefore looks and feels a lot more natural. Valplast Flexible partial dentures are increasing gaining popularity with our patients as a result. Unlike traditional bulky and ridged dental materials, Valplast dentures are made from a much more flexible plastic, fits neatly into the patient’s mouth and is virtually invisible to the eye. No unsightly metal clasps are required to keep them in place.
Chrome Metal Dentures
Chrome metal dentures can be used to replace any number of missing teeth. The framework used behind the teeth is a lot thinner than that used in Acrylic Dentures. Also, clasps are typically used to anchor the denture to the patient’s natural teeth. Chrome Dentures therefore tend to be more comfortable and also more secure than Acrylic Dentures. The benefits of Chrome Dentures are most noticeable when a patient has several natural teeth in good condition present. Oral hygiene is easier that Acrylic Dentures due to the minimal design of Chrome Dentures. Our patients who have used Chrome Dentures insist they would not want to use any other kind.
Please visit our Whites Dental website at www.whitesdental.co.uk for more details about the dentures we provide. We can typically offer same day appointments; our experienced dentists will endeavour to assist as best we can.