This type of dentures is used to fill in the gap caused by a missing tooth. They can also be supported by your natural teeth using a precision attachment.
This type of dentures is used to replace all the natural teeth in both your upper and lower jaw. They are made in such a way that they can fit comfortably over your gum. This makes it possible for you to eat with it and even speak comfortably with confidence and total ease.
How Dentures are Fitted
If you want to go for a partial or complete denture or you need an experienced dentist to decide the best treatment for you. Then visit Ryan Dental located on Harley Street, London, to start the process.
No need for you to panic as the denture fitting is an entirely safe process, and it is normal to feel nervous. One thing we always do is to make our patients comfortable first before starting the treatment.
We do not start the treatment until you are comfortable and ready. The entire procedure takes about 4 to 5 sessions.
The first thing we do is to take precise impressions of your teeth; this will be used to design your dentures. We will send the impression to a laboratory, and the amount of time it takes to create your dentures will depend on your unique case.
At Ryan dental, we have one of the modern microscopes made, especially for root canal procedures. This is used to see more expressively your root canal than we would be able to see when not using it. This microscope also has special cameras that help us to treat your condition accurately. It should give you great satisfaction in that we are prone to take good care of your smile in a professional way.
At each stage of the treatment, we will check the bite, fit, and overall appearance of your denture to assure us that you are happy with your new smile 100%.
Also, help our patients choose the right shade of teeth before we fit the denture. And we give professional advice on how best to take care of your dentures so they can last longer and serve you better.
What Is The Prices Of Dentures?
You can get full or partial dentures from £1,100.
Getting Used to your New Dentures
Here are some helpful tips and guides that will help you get used to your new dentures when you are experiencing:
You might experience a little minor irritation when we fit your new denture, this is normal and should clear away easily. Meanwhile, you can relieve this soreness and discomfort by adjusting the surface of your denture.
Do not fail to inform us if you are experiencing any pain, and we will make sure you are comfortable and feeling better in your new dentures.
You may need a bit of practice before getting used to the dentures while you eat. You can start by eating soft foods such as pasta, soups, and potatoes. Also, you can cut your meals into small pieces before putting it into your mouth where necessary.
Try and chew slowly using both sides of your mouth at the same time. Once you are used to eating with your dentures, you can start introducing more foods into your mouth.
Before you know it, you will be used to it and enjoy your usual diet.
It might feel funny when you start talking at first, and you would require a little bit of patience to pronounce some words. You can hasten this process by repeating tricky words and reading aloud.
If you do this often, you will find out that you will be able to speak normally within two weeks.
At Ryan Dental, we will give you lots of aftercare tips once we fit your new dentures. If you are looking for an effective solution to restore missing teeth, contact us today on Harley Street, London or call us on 02071833709 to book an appointment and we will be glad to bring happiness back to you through a perfect smile.
Make An Appointment
Here at Ryan Dental, we offer a no-obligation initial consultation for our new clients. We are always delighted to attend to new clients at our dental clinic on Harley Street.
We’ve been regarded as one of the best dental clinics in London and across the globe. Our clients are always recommending our excellent orthodontic treatments. Let us be your dental care provider in London.