Dentures are made of a plastic base that is colored in order to replicate gum tissue and supports a full or partial set of plastic or porcelain teeth.
To replace all your missing teeth. Complete dentures are made of a plastic base that is colored in order to replicate gum tissue and supports a full set of plastic or porcelain teeth. The traditional full denture is held in the mouth by forming a seal with the gums.
Complete tooth loss can impact on your life on a daily basis, causing confidence issues, low self esteem, the ability to chew and bite, have difficulty talking or forming sounds, make laughing and smiling an embarrassment and cause facial muscles to sag and sink affecting your whole face and making you look older.
At Designer-Smiles we can create a natural set of full dentures that look just like your own, you will feel rejuvenated and smile like never before, you can eat more of the foods you enjoy, speak clearly and provide the crucial support to muscles and features that will help you look younger.
To replace your existing denture. Over time, the shape of your mouth and gums can change causing your old dentures wobble, tilt and rub. Ill-fitting dentures not only cause soreness but they can break more easily. If you find that you repeatedly have to cover the cost of a denture repair service, it could be time to consider new dentures.
Designer-Smiles can improve the look, feel and function of old your dentures to provide you with a better result than ever before. Combining the beneficial features of your old Dentures with the minor adjustments that reflect how your mouth and gums have changed.
Designer-Smiles will create and fit beautiful handcrafted replacement dentures for your lower or your upper jaw, replacing your existing dentures or providing you with a spare in case your old dentures break. Offering you the most natural appearance and a more comfortable fit, you will enjoy new freedom to smile, laugh and eat more than ever before.
To replace one or more of your missing teeth. Partial dentures can either be made with a plastic base or a metal framework that supports the number of teeth that need to be replaced. It is held in the mouth by using clasps and rests that are carefully adapted around the natural teeth. The partial denture that uses a metal framework is the traditional design, due to the rigidity and strength of the metal. Plastic partial dentures have normally been used as emergency or temporary replacements of missing teeth, allowing the gums and bone to heal before a definitive restorative solution is obtained.
Designer-Smiles we know that losing one or several of your teeth can result in problems for your remaining teeth. Left uncared for, healthy teeth can rotate or tilt. In fact, even one or two missing teeth can affect your life on a daily basis in a number of ways:
- Cause surrounding teeth to tilt or rotate
- Limit your ability to chew and bite
- Add difficulty to talking and forming sounds
- Make laughing and even smiling an embarrassment
Designer-Smiles partial dentures will prevent any of the surrounding remaining teeth from moving into awkward and unsightly positions, and resolve the other issues associated with partial tooth loss.
To reline your existing dentures for better retention.
Do your existing dentures feel uncomfortable? Do they wobble, tilt or rub? If you are suffering the discomfort and embarrassment that comes with dentures that wobble, tilt or rub, Designer-Smiles can undertake the small alterations that make a big difference to the way your dentures feel, look and fit. Designer-Smiles provide several relining options to help your Dentures feel more stable and more secure:
- Hard reline for improved stability
- Soft reline for improved comfort
As well as proving unsightly, ill-fitting dentures can cause soreness and tender gums. Overtime, they can also damage your mouth. A Reline can make your dentures more comfortable, reduce your need for adhesive and look after the future health of your mouth.
Alternatively, if you have been wearing your dentures for several years, it may be time to consider replacing them with Copy, new Complete or Partial Dentures.