Are you looking to restore the natural beauty of your smile?
At New Cross Dental Practice, we specialise in expert denture services tailored to meet your unique needs.
Our dedicated team of professionals is here to guide you through a personalised journey to renewed confidence and oral health.
Why choose us?
Every smile is unique, and our experienced team crafts personalised denture solutions, ensuring a comfortable fit and a natural appearance.
Benefit from the latest advancements in denture technology. Our practice combines expertise with state-of-the-art techniques to deliver results that exceed expectations.
Beyond denture fittings, we prioritise your overall oral health. Our comprehensive approach includes regular check-ups, adjustments, and ongoing support to ensure lasting comfort and functionality.
What are dentures?
A denture is a removable dental prosthesis designed to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues.
It is custom-made to fit the individual's mouth and can be used to replace a few missing teeth (partial denture) or an entire set of teeth (complete denture).
Dentures are typically made from materials like acrylic or a combination of metals and acrylic. They are crafted to resemble natural teeth and gums, providing both functional and aesthetic benefits. Dentures are essential for restoring oral functionality, including chewing and speaking, while also improving the appearance of the smile.
They are removable for cleaning and maintenance, allowing individuals with missing teeth to regain confidence and quality of life.
How to take care of your dentures
Maintaining dentures is vital for a healthy, confident smile. Clean them thoroughly at least once a day, with extra cleaning after meals if needed. To prevent damage, clean them over a bowl of water or a towel. Use a non-abrasive denture cleaner for brushing, paying attention to all surfaces and areas against your gums.
Soak your dentures daily in a denture-cleaning solution, following the manufacturer's instructions. Avoid bleaching products and very hot water, as they can weaken and damage dentures. Consult our dental team for specialised dentures with soft linings or metal components.
Though keeping dentures in overnight may be convenient, it's generally recommended to remove them. Schedule regular dental check-ups for overall oral health, allowing your dental team to detect and address any issues early on.
Your healthy smile starts with proper denture care.