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Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth normally made out of plastic and or metal. There are two main types of dentures. Both Complete Dentures and Partial Dentures are finely crafted and custom-fitted. If you properly maintain your dentures they will appear natural and provide a perfect smile. If you've lost, or are losing some of your teeth a Denture is something to discuss with your cosmetic dentist. With today’s technology, they can look more natural and fit better than ever before.

Complete dentures

These replace all of your teeth, upper or lower. Their comfort depends on muscle, bones, tongue, and saliva.

Partial dentures

Designed to correct the gaps in your smile when only some of your teeth are missing. Attachments anchor the dentures to your natural teeth. Partial Dentures maintain tooth alignment by preventing your remaining teeth from shifting. Partial Dentures can also help prevent your loss of more teeth due to decay or gum disease.

Flexible dentures

Flexible dentures require no adhesives and will adjust to the shape of your mouth. Made from a puttylike material, Flexible dentures are basically a traditional denture with a flexible resin coating, this locks onto your jaw and acts as a buffer between your gums.

BPS dentures

This unique system uses continuous heat and injection pressure to produce dentures which are comfortable and functional. The result: a sturdy denture that requires less chair time, minimises the signs of premature ageing, restores suction, prevents "sore spots" caused by ill-fitting dentures and ensures the most natural smile available today.


Mini dental implants are precisely placed through the gum into the jawbones to provide secure connections for ‘false teeth’. The most effective use of this unique dental procedure is stabilisation of a lower denture. Some denture wearers suffer a great deal of discomfort as a result of loose or ill-fitting dentures. Successful placement of the Mini Dental Implant addresses and solves these problems.

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