Replacing missing teeth in Bolton
If you have lost some, or even all, of your teeth, you may already wear dentures or have been advised that they would be the best solution for your budget. You may feel anxious about wearing dentures for the first time or have issues with the fit of an existing denture.
When you come to Harwood Dental Care for cosmetic dentures, you can rest assured that it’s our priority to create comfortable fitting and natural-looking dentures that you can wear with confidence. We provide superior quality cosmetic dentures that look incredibly realistic and provide a superior fit and comfort level.
Why have this treatment with us?
- Superior quality cosmetic dentures
- Accurate measurements & impressions ensure an excellent fit
- Your comfort and confidence are our priority
- Interest-free and low interest finance options
- Free, no-obligation initial consultation
Take a look through our patient gallery below to see real-life examples of cosmetic dentures that have transformed our patients’ smiles and restored their confidence.
Do I have to have dentures?
If you have a large number of missing teeth, then it is important that you choose a treatment to fill the gap as, without the support of teeth beneath behind them, you may find that your lips, cheeks and lower face begin to ‘cave in’. This can make you look much older than you are.
What are full and partial dentures?
When we talk about full cosmetic dentures, we mean dentures that feature all the teeth on your upper or lower jaw. If you still have some of your natural teeth, you will probably need a partial denture to fill in the gaps.
Will I be able to eat while wearing cosmetic dentures?
Eating with dentures can take a little practice at first but should soon become second-nature. You may want to start with softer foods cut into small pieces, and chew slowly so that you get used to the sensation of eating while wearing your dentures. Over time, you will gain the confidence to return to your usual healthy diet.
Why do dentures sometimes become looser?
One of the side effects of tooth loss is that, without a root to keep it strong, the underlying bone can lose strength and density. When this happens, you may find that your dentures become looser. This can be very uncomfortable and although the problem can be resolved by wearing a fixative at first, it’s important that you let us know so that we can fix your dentures or create a new, better fitting restoration.
Do I need to do anything special to take care of my mouth once I get cosmetic dentures?
Even if you have lost all of your teeth, it is important that you take care of the soft tissues within your mouth. This means that you should brush your tongue, gums and the roof of your mouth every morning and evening using a soft-bristled brush.
If you still have some natural teeth, you should look after them by brushing twice a day, flossing and attending regular dental check-ups and hygienist appointments.
When you come to us for cosmetic dentures, we will provide a thorough estimate of your proposed treatment, giving you complete visibility and choice before you commit to going ahead. If your cosmetic dental treatment is valued at £1,000 or more and you would like to spread the cost, we offer interest-free and low interest finance for up to 24 months.
|Full dentures||from £800|
|Partial dentures||from £400|