Get the most comfortable and natural looking dentures in Chelsea, London
Losing your natural teeth can be big problem; not only it distorts your overall face appearance and smile, it also become a hindrance to your eating and speech. Dentures are excellent way to resolve this problem and provide a comfortable, attractive and efficient means to getting natural looking teeth that help to restore your normal oral functions.
Dentures are the last and most effective option to replace teeth that are causing pain and oral health issues such as rotting roots and severe damage. They are removable dental appliances that that fit snugly over the gums to replace missing teeth and reduce the risk of problems resulting from gaps and lost teeth. With help of dentures, the problem causing teeth are eliminated and replaced with strong, beautiful and natural looking teeth. If you are also seeking the right way to replace missing and lost teeth, contact Dr. Shenas Dental Clinic for best consultation regarding dentures.
What are Dentures?
Dentures are artificial teeth and gums that are created by the dentist to replace lost or missing teeth. They not only improve your overall face appearance but also help to preserve the structure of the mouth by supporting lip and cheek area. With right dentures, you can bite and chew food easily and enjoy a healthy diet, without fear of pain or dental issues.
The best thing about dentures is that they can be taken out and put back in the mouth. They look and feel exactly the same as natural teeth and are very comfortable to use too. Dr. Shenas is an expert dentist with vast experience of restoring his patients’ smiles with the perfect set of dentures.
Dentures can be either full or partial; it means you can replace all the teeth on either the top or bottom gum line or just a few missing teeth. The dentures are custom designed to fit your mouth and carefully matched to your existing teeth to give you a bright and shining smile.
How dentures work?
In case of full dentures, a flesh-colored acrylic base fits over the gums. The base of the upper dentures covers the palate while the base of lower denture is shaped like a horseshoe to accommodate the tongue.
Dentures are made only after the dentist has taken impressions from your mouth and know which type of dentures will suit you most. There are two main types of dentures; full and partial.
Full denture – a full denture consists of both upper and lower sets and it is placed in your mouth when all the natural teeth are gone. You can also get a full denture after removing decayed teeth, once the tissues have healed.
Partial dentures – they are recommended when one or more natural teeth have to be replaced. A partial denture rests on a metal framework that is attached to the natural teeth
Your dentist will help to choose the type of dentures that will suit you best based on your teeth condition and requirement.
How long can dentures last?
With proper care, dentures can last several years but with wear and tear they will need to be relined, remade or rebased. Rebasing means getting a new base while keeping the exiting denture teeth.
With age, your mouth changes and gums too shrink over the years that might loosen the dentures. It is important to keep the dentures clean and visit your dentist for routine checkup to keep the dentures in good condition and enjoy them for a long time.
At Dr. Shenas Dental Clinic, we will design the best dentures for you that are comfortable, strong and can be worn with confidence. We offer complete denture design, adjustment and repair services in our Chelsea clinic to provide the best solution for all your dental needs.
Do you have any question about dentures in Chelsea and surrounding areas? To get a free quote, and appointment with the best rated denture services in Sloane Square SW1 and SW3 please feel free to call us at: 020 7589 2319. Our trained staff will walk you through the best possible treatment type.
Dr Shenas Dental Clinic
51 Cadogan Gardens
London SW3 2TH
020 7589 2319
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