Posts Tagged ‘dentures’

Missing out on life. Replacing Your Missing Teeth

Posted on: November 5th, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

It is a fact of life, if we are missing teeth, we can miss out on life.  We can lose our confidence and become self-conscious, even around close friends and colleagues. It feels like a downward spiral. The Same Day Teeth Suite will create your new smile and restore not only your teeth but your self-esteem.  No longer will you want to hide but can once again be the centre of attention, ready to take on everything life has to offer. If you are missing teeth, either as a result of an accident or through ageing, there is light at the end of the tunnel. No longer do dentures, bridges and implants need to look, and feel, alien but are made specifically for you to look as natural as your original teeth, or even better.

The replacement of missing teeth consists of a variety of different techniques, including using dentures, bridges or implants, not only to improve your good looks but your overall dental health. If you have gaps between your teeth where you have lost one or more teeth, it may disturb the way the rest of your teeth come together and function. Eating may be awkward and uncomfortable; you can no longer bite into a crisp apple and you can no longer whistle a happy tune. The remaining teeth in the mouth may, over time, tilt or move into undesirable positions causing food to get trapped in the spaces, increasing your risk of decay, cavities and gum disease. If this isn’t depressing enough, if several of your teeth are missing, your facial muscles can become slack, prematurely ageing your appearance and possibly affecting your speech.

But, as you become the advanced generation, there is now an advanced generation of dentures, bridges and dental implants to compensate.  We no longer have to fear we are going to become the archetypal senior citizen with dentures in a glass by the bed. Modern treatment options have put an end to this image.

If you are considering replacing missing teeth, your treatment options include:

  • Dentures (false teeth) – removable frames, made of metal or plastic, that hold false teeth.
  • Bridges – false teeth that are secured to neighbouring natural teeth.
  • Dental implants – metal ‘pegs’ that are surgically fixed in your jawbone as a foundation for dentures, crowns or bridges which are clipped or screwed securely onto this structure.

Every patient is different and has a different set of needs. The most appropriate treatment for you will depend on the number of teeth you have missing, the position of the missing teeth and the condition of any remaining teeth.

Why not book a consultation at The Same Day Teeth Suite to see which option is most suitable for you. We offer a FREE consultation where you can discuss your options in full with one of our experienced dentists.

No More Denture-Related Issues for Patients!

Posted on: October 31st, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

Are you tired of:

  • Having poor fitting dentures?
  • Having dentures which look fake and unrealistic?
  • Being embarrassed by your smile?
  • Looking older because you feel you have a “sunken look”?
  • Being unable to eat your food?
  • Constantly having your dentures move?

Same Day Teeth Suite offers a variety of dentures that can help resolve your issues! Without wasting anymore time, here are our top range dentures!

  1. BPS Dentures

    BPS dentures allow us to use the highest quality available (both teeth and plastic) and we have a wide array of shapes and colours of teeth to suit every profile. The BPS dentures use the SR Ivocap processing system, which uses continuous heat and injection-moulding that allows us to produce dentures that fit comfortably.

    What is more, Ivoclar teeth create a realistic smile; therefore, no one will be able to tell you are wearing dentures. Moreover, compared to the cheaper acrylic teeth, Ivoclar teeth are significantly longer-lasting.

    That being said; we use a STRATOS 300 IVOCALR articulator which allow us to position the teeth in an accurate way to achieve good stability for the dentures. By using this device, we can study your jaw movements accurately from front to back and from side to side. The advantage of this is that this will reduce the movements of your dentures as you eat.

    In short, we not only use high-end materials and techniques, but also ensure your comfort, while you are wearing extremely durable and life-like dentures.

    Steps to Make a BPS Denture
    First and foremost, you will need to book a consultation and have us examine your mouth. Then, we will:

    • Take preliminary impressions utilising the Accu-Dent system-the latest in dentistry.
    • Once we have the final impressions, we use UTS (Universal Transfer System) to implement a Face Bow transfer.
    • Use an intraoral tracking device to have bite registrations. Usually, we use Ivoclar Gnathometer.
    • Finalizing the wax set up
    • Process Ivocap.
    • Insert the dentures.
  2. Swiss Dentures

    The Swiss technique allows us to create a very stable and comfortable denture, especially when incorporated with dental implants. The Swiss dentures use the highest quality material and all the gum and teeth work is made by the leading Swiss dental manufacturer, Candulor. At Same Day Teeth Suite, we also use PHYSIOSTAR NFC Anterior teeth and CONDYLOFORM NFC Posterior teeth. Of course, needless to say, our technician is certified in the construction of the Swiss denture technique.

It has become apparent that denture-related problems are a thing of the past, here at Same Day Teeth Suite! If you want to taste how living a perfectly worry-free life while having dentures is like, please do not hesitate to book your first FREE consultation by Contacting Us here! And, don’t forget to get your FREE Missing Teeth Guide, with valuable and useful information, so you know everything about dentures and implants!

Worse Case Scenario, Happy Ending. Why Teeth Are Extracted

Posted on: October 17th, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

“Oh, I lost a tooth, Whatever shall I do?”

You may remember the rhyme from the playground and some of you may remember the visits from the tooth fairy. We all go through the experience of losing milk teeth as children but as adults we hope to keep all our teeth for life.  A few people ignore their teeth until it is too late but others, unfortunately, despite regular visits to the dentists and taking good care of their teeth, may need a tooth extracted and although this is no fairytale, it can have a happy ending. Same Day Teeth Suite will minimise your loss and restore your smile in no time at all.

Losing a tooth, or teeth may seem like the worse case scenario and indeed dentists will do everything they can to save a tooth, but there is a variety of reasons why a tooth may need to be extracted;

  • An extensively decayed or damaged tooth may become infected. With root canal treatment, the inflamed or infected pulp is removed and the inside of the tooth is carefully cleaned and disinfected before being filled or crowned.  It is important to treat an infected tooth as a matter of urgency to save the tooth and to prevent the spread of infection.  However, occasionally a tooth cannot be salvaged by root canal as treatment can be only be performed if the root canals are accessible and can be adequately cleaned and sealed and the tooth has sufficient bone support.  In cases where a tooth cannot be salvaged, it will have to be extracted.
  • Periodontal disease, commonly known as gum disease, infects the gum tissue and jaw bone and, if left untreated, results in loosening and eventual loss of teeth.
  • Some patients have crowded teeth that need straightening for both aesthetic reasons and to improve the bite. In some cases, braces will be effective in solving the problem but in the most severe cases extraction is required to align the teeth correctly.
  • Occasionally we see patients with extra teeth, known as supernumerary teeth. Not only can the extra teeth look unsightly, diminishing your smile but they can cause problems with your other teeth.
  • Medication, specifically immunosuppressive medications prescribed after an organ transplant, can increase the possibility of infections associated with the teeth.  Doctors may well recommend the removal of some teeth prior to surgery.

If extraction of a tooth can’t be avoided, do not fear an appointment with the dentist. What may sound like a worse case scenario will be the best thing you can do in the circumstances.  Whatever the reason for the extraction, your dentist will explain the procedure, discuss your fears and suppress any pain. Modern dentists have lots of ways of seeing you do not suffer at all. In no time, the problem will be solved and you can begin planning restorative treatment, fixing your smile. Crowns, dental implants and bridges are made and fitted to replace your lost tooth as naturally as if they are your own.

If you know, or fear, you may need a tooth extracted, call Same Day Teeth Suite to make an appointment.

All-on-Four: a radical solution to the problem of traditional dental implants

Posted on: October 3rd, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

Missing teeth can be unsightly and lead to dental pain. Dentures are one option, but for many people removable dentures don’t meet all their needs. Permanent replacement teeth in the form of implants are a definite solution but can be a long-drawn out and painful process.
The traditional route to implants was to undergo a series of operations; first to remove teeth, then possibly a sinus lift to augment the bone of the upper jaw and even if that wasn’t necessary, there was always an interim period in which dentures must be worn: an annoying and often frustrating temporary arrangement. The time, effort and costs of such treatment can all be daunting and the loss of confidence and enjoyment in life that results from temporary denture wear can be truly distressing.

Same Day Replacement Teeth

New technology and ground-breaking surgical procedures have led to markedly better approaches to the creation of new permanent teeth – in fact, it is now possible to have permanent teeth fitted in 24 hours.
“All-on-Four” is an innovative technological system which, in the hands of an experienced surgeon, can deliver painless permanent teeth the very same day. Structured around just four dental implants per jaw, a highly individual set of replacement teeth is crafted. The whole process takes place under sedation so the patient has a painless and relaxed procedure and 24 hours later, a complete set of permanent teeth.

All-on-Four: how it works

Because the “All-on-Four” system rarely requires the sinus lift procedure that is commonplace for traditional implants it can be more cost-effective as well as simpler and quicker. An initial dental consultation and full jaw radiograph launch the process. A CT scan may be required to assess jaw bone density in order to anchor implants and a comprehensive examination is always undertaken to ensure there are no hidden problems that could inhibit the success of the permanent teeth.
While the placement of the implants is broadly similar to traditional implants, being carried out under local anaesthetic, the location of the implants offers a radical improvement in dental stability. Two implants located in the front of the mouth benefit from maximum jaw bone density while two at the rear of the mouth are placed at a forty-five degree angle which provides optimum stability and anchorage and has the added benefit – in the upper jaw – of averting any maxillary sinus problems which traditionally required a sinus lift.

All-on-Four: the benefits

As a result of these advances in dental care and implant technology, there is no waiting time to allow healing. The “All-on-Four” implant system allows the client to go home with their new permanent teeth in place within 24 hours. Life returns to normal for the dental patient who can dine out, smile for photographs and relax into their daily routine, confident that their new permanent teeth will allow them to enjoy their work, hobbies and social life to the full.
For a free consultation and to explore how “All-on-Four” permanent teeth could change your life, contact our surgeries.

3 Great Choices For Missing Teeth

Posted on: September 13th, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

If you have lost a tooth, or a few teeth, either through decay or accident, you may choose to live with the gap.  Alternatively, as with most of our patients, you will want to replace them, and you will want to know what your choices are.  In these simple steps, the SameDay Teeth Suite will explain your options so you can make your decision and restore your smile.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is a titanium post surgically implanted into your jawbone. After the healing period of several months, when the implant has fused in place a false tooth is secured to the implant. Where a number of teeth are missing, dentures or bridges can be screwed or clipped onto the implant. Implants are considered the gold-standard restoration in modern day dentistry as they are the strongest, longest lasting, and life-like restorative option available to you.


If only one or two of your teeth are missing, your dentist may recommend a bridge. This consists of two crowns, which are placed on your natural teeth either side of the space, with an artificial tooth in the middle. Bridges are made of porcelain and metal, and there are many designs.

Your dentist will prepare your natural teeth on either side of the space for the crowns to fit on top. The crowns are permanently attached to an artificial tooth in the centre. The biggest advantage, in comparison to dentures, is enhanced aesthetics and a fixed solution.


It is sometimes necessary to extract teeth due to ill health and decay.  After you have teeth removed, it can take several months for your jawbone and gums to heal completely. During this time, your dentist may fit a temporary denture. Your dentist can usually fit this on the same day that your teeth are removed so you can wear it immediately.

As your jaw heals, the temporary denture may become loose and need adjusting. It can take up to six months for your jawbone and gums to become stable. Your dentist will then be able to fit your long-term denture or bridge.

The benefits of dentures are that they are the most economical and non-invasive restorative option. However, the biggest drawback is that they are not fixed and need to be removed to clean. In addition, they have reduced retention, in comparison to other restorative options.

Which Option To Choose

The most appropriate treatment for you will depend on the number of teeth you have missing. It will also depend on where teeth are missing in your mouth and the condition of any remaining teeth. Your general and oral health status will be a determining factor. Your dentist will help you decide which option is best for you.

Your New Teeth

Whichever option you and your dentist decide upon, rest assured you will have natural looking and fully functioning new teeth.  Made by the skilled clinical dental technician at our laboratory, with the assistance of cad-cam technology, each tooth is made individually to not only look good but to work well.  Whether you choose implants, bridges or dentures, your new teeth will be both strong and natural looking.

Are you missing teeth? Are you thinking about your options? If you have any further questions that you would like answering, please post your questions below and we will be happy to answer them.

Essential Postscript: Avoid Infection to Dental Implants

Posted on: September 12th, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

Perhaps you are an existing patient of the Same Day Teeth Suite, or you had your implants fitted elsewhere.  No Matter. What does matter, however, is how you care for your dental implants in the future.  Not an afterthought but an essential postscript to your treatment to avoid infection, failure or complications, going forward.  You need your implants to last a long time and the Same Day Teeth Suiteare here to see you prevent any problems.

The quality of the dental implants and how well you care for them dictates their longevity and whether you have a trouble-free experience.  We use high-quality implants made by well-established companies who have invested in research and technology to provide dentists with an excellent and trusted product.  We don’t use anything less than the best as dental implants need to integrate and heal well in the jaw bone for a long lifespan.

The implant abutment, or prop, is an important factor in ensuring the dental implant will not get infected and fail. There are various types of abutments available, but we use cad cam abutments for our patients wherever possible.  CAD-CAM abutments are milled using computer technology to make a precision fit.  With such an accurate fit, there are no micro gaps, avoiding the risk of failure. By using good quality, strong abutments, they can withstand the bite force, a potential risk in lesser props. The bite force on a dental implant is increased, as opposed to the bite force on a natural tooth. Experienced technicians using computer technology take this into account when engineering our implants to make sure they last as long as possible.

Not only do the abutments have to be well made and precision engineered but the design of the crown and the bridge is of no less magnitude.  The choice of quality materials and the experience of the technician play a vital role in the superiority of the finished bridge and crown.  The best workmanship not only ensures the longevity of the finished product but makes sure it does not feel alien in your mouth.  Ill-fitting crowns and bridges not only feel uncomfortable but are difficult to clean, leading to infections.  We only use crowns and bridges that are made using advanced technology giving you natural-looking crowns and bridges that fit well.  You deserve the best, and we only fit the best.

Predominantly, in caring for your dental implants, it is important to visit the hygienist every six months.  The hygienist will be able to clean all plaque from your implants and clean those inaccessible areas below the gum line. They will also be able to check how well you clean your teeth at home and advise you, spotting problem areas before any infection sets in. Brushing, flossing and using mouthwash at home is an essential part of your care routine but is only half as effective as including regular visits to the hygienist in prolonging the life of your dental implants. Not all hygienists have the necessary skills or equipment to look after implants.  Be sure to check their experience and qualifications. At our Nottingham clinic, we have a qualified hygienist who will look after your implants expertly.

If you need dental implants, would like your old implants replaced or need to see a hygienist, book an initial consultation.

What is the cheapest way to replace a missing tooth?

Posted on: August 22nd, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

When a patient presents with a missing tooth, we offer them three options: a removable denture, a bridge, or a dental implant.
The cheapest options are removable dentures and dental bridges.

1. Removable Dentures

What are the advantages of a removable denture?
Dentures are more economical than dental implants or bridges. You can use high-quality teeth which can make a denture look like a natural tooth. Therefore, meaning, it will improve the look of your smile. Modern dentures are more comfortable and look more like natural teeth than those made with previous technologies and poor-quality materials in the past.

What are the low downs of removable dentures?
Disadvantages of dentures are that there is a period where it takes time to get used to. Initially, they will feel strange in the mouth and may even cause a bit of soreness and excess saliva. You will feel as if sometimes there are certain letters which you can’t pronounce but you will adapt to this.

Another disadvantage is that you will have to learn how to eat with a denture. Chewing feels a bit different initially, but then you will adapt.

It is very important that dentures are cared for. They are very fragile if not handled properly. Dentures will eventually need adjustment or replacement as they wear out and as your mouth and jaw will change during the years.

2. Dental Bridges

Another option to replace a missing tooth is a dental bridge.

What are the advantages of dental bridges?
One of the main advantages of having a dental bridge is that it can look great aesthetically. By using high-quality materials, modern techniques, and high-quality technicians, you can make a bridge look like a tooth.

Another advantage is that a bridge is not removable. It is fixed in your mouth, so you don’t have to worry about taking it out to clean like a denture.

It is still very important to look after the bridge, and this is done with good oral hygiene but also seeing a hygienist regularly. Studies have shown that fixed bridges, like individual crowns, are very predictable and also last a long time if looked after properly.

Another advantage of having a dental bridge is that it requires a relatively quick procedure. For the majority of cases for a dental bridge, it can take 2 appointments from start to finish, which is a much quicker procedure than having an implant or a partial denture.

Dental bridges are sometimes known to be less invasive than dental implants, and sometimes when you require dental implants, you may require a bone graft if you don’t have enough bone. For anyone who can’t have implants due to inadequate bone or for medical reason, a dental bridge is a great fixed alternative.

What are the disadvantages of having a dental bridge?
Each case is different; but of course if you have adjacent teeth which have had no filings, and are known as virgin teeth, then of course it would be highly destructive to cut them down for a dental bridge.

Not all types of bridges are destructive. For example, resin-retained bridges or composite bridges are much more conservative though not as predictable and long-lasting than a fixed bridge.

Another disadvantage of having a bridge is that when a tooth is prepared for a full crown as a part of a bridge, there is a risk that that tooth may require a root canal treatment in the future if the nerve dies.

Another disadvantage is that you have to adapt your cleaning habits around a bridge. Since the fake tooth is joined to the teeth either side, it is not possible to use floss in between the teeth. Therefore, you may have to use something called superfloss underneath the bridge to keep it clean regularly.

To learn what would be the best and the cheapest option for your specific case, give us a call on 01509 323420 to book your free initial consultation.

Get Your Smile Back With Dentures

Posted on: August 7th, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

Watch this video to hear about the experience of this lady who had all her teeth taken out and replaced with implants and Swiss dentures at the Same Day Teeth Suite:

Losing all your teeth can be a traumatic and life changing experience. It can happen when you have gum disease that has progressed so far that the only solution is to remove any remaining teeth and insert a denture. Fortunately, replacing those damaged teeth has taken a significant leap forward in recent years with the development of technologies that create a far better fit for dentures, almost indistinguishable from your normal teeth.

At the Same Day Teeth Suite, we’ve treated many happy people who now have their smile back. As one of our recent patients told us: “I’ve had all my teeth taken out because I had a few loose teeth left and I’ve had Swiss dentures put in and implants. The care has been wonderful and I can’t complain. They’ve never hurt me.”

Dentists have long known that we all eat and chew in different ways. The problem with average NHS dentures is that they are not made to fit a particular individual to the degree is needed. There are certain variables to take into account including the shape and size of the jaw and the way the upper and lower set of teeth interact with each other when chewing.

Badly fitting dentures can be as troublesome as damaged teeth, causing problems with eating and destroying confidence. Looseness is another problem that normal denture wearers habitually suffer from that causes problems on a day to day basis. The Swiss denture is designed to fit perfectly and installed by a qualified dentist can give patients a new set of teeth that actually behave like their real ones.

Swiss dentures are also known as BPS or Biofunctional Prosthetic System and are designed using a variety of moulds and shapes to fit the patient’s mouth almost perfectly. Basically they are a bespoke design for each individual patient and they fit with a combination of denture and implant that means they don’t move around like normal dentures.

If you have been suffering from gum disease and have lost a number of teeth or had to suffer ill-fitting dentures for a while and want something better, Swiss dentures may be the perfect answer for you. They mean that you can move your teeth normally, chew safely and not worry about dentures coming loose at that vital moment.

Putting in Swiss dentures is a fairly quick and easy process under the expert gaze of a qualified dentist. As our recent patient epitomised, the problem some patients have is they think it is going to be a painful process having the remaining teeth removed and the denture put in place. He was impressed by how pain free the process was and would certainly recommend us to his friends and family.

Replacing teeth that have been irreparably damaged through gum disease has never been more hi-tech and affordable. At the Same Day Teeth Suite, we pride ourselves in the personal service that we provide patients, talking them through the process and providing them with a healthy, fully functioning set of teeth that look natural and feel natural. Contact us today to find out more.

Drama or Crisis: Proven Methods To Reconstruct Your Smile

Posted on: July 3rd, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

A major accident or minor trauma can cause significant injury to your teeth.  Following something as traumatic as a car crash or as trivial as biting on a toffee, missing, dislodged or chipped teeth need immediate attention. The Same Day Teeth Suite will give you a free consultation and a prompt dental examination as it is vital the problem is diagnosed, and appropriate treatment is carried out, without delay before the remaining and adjacent teeth are potentially affected. The dentists have the technology and techniques to skillfully repair your teeth and prevent further problems.

Dental problems take many shapes and forms. Every case is different. You may have lost or cracked your incisors by being hit in the face accidentally with a cricket bat or fractured a tooth the day before your wedding.  The type of treatment required will vary from case to case, but help is at hand.

Tooth Loss Accidents

If you have fractured a large piece from one or more of your teeth, the dentist may decide a crown is the best form of treatment.  A tooth-shaped cap made from a variety of materials, including porcelain, metal, resin or ceramic, is created to fit permanently over your natural, damaged tooth.  Metal crowns are the strongest but porcelain or resin crowns are made to look as natural as your existing teeth.  If the damage is extensive, and most of the tooth has broken off, the dentist may decide to place a pin in the root and create a strong foundation for a crown, holding it permanently in place so it does not cause problems with adjacent teeth, and you can eat and speak normally.

If for any reason, you have accidentally knocked out one of your teeth, or possibly more, it is important to know how to protect the tooth in the event your dentist can re-implant it.  Firstly, make an emergency appointment with your dentist without delay.  Protect the loose tooth until your appointment by rinsing it with milk or salt water and keeping your tooth in your mouth if possible, either in its socket or between your cheek and gum.  Do not handle the tooth by the root, only by the crown. Do not rinse the tooth with plain water or alcohol and, if you can’t keep it in your mouth, put it in a clean container covered with milk or your own saliva.  If you can get to the dentist ideally within an hour of the accident or injury, and the tooth is healthy and properly protected, you have a good chance of saving the tooth.  If the dentist considers it prudent to re-implant, a splint of clear plastic or wire will be fitted to the abutting teeth to hold the implanted tooth in place whilst it heals.

Replacing Teeth

If it is not possible to re-implant your tooth, or you have lost a number of teeth, your dentist may advise an implant, a bridge or dentures. Implants consist of a titanium post, to replace the root, to which a carefully constructed crown is fixed.  This is the favoured method of replacing lost teeth as it is permanent, looks and feels natural and prevents further problems. A bridge may be recommended when more than one tooth needs replacing. A bridge, made of a row of natural looking ceramic teeth, is fixed into place by cementing the bridge to the adjacent remaining teeth.  Dentures, or false teeth, fit into the mouth with a removable frame holding the artificial teeth. Patients with complex or traumatic dental problems can now benefit from a new, simplified procedure known as the all-on-4 system that makes full-arch rehabilitation possible. A fixed bridge, supported by just four dental implants, can be undertaken painlessly in just one day.

Whether you are facing a drama or a crisis, The Same Day Teeth Suite have the solution.  Our sympathetic team will advise the correct treatment and restore your smile, helping you to feel a whole lot better in no time at all.


Unhappy with your denture?

Posted on: May 22nd, 2018 by freshadmin No Comments

Dentures. It’s a word that conjures up images of a set of complete teeth, along with their gums, fizzing away in water during the night. However, the world of prosthetic teeth is actually quite different to how many people imagine it to be, and dentures can come in many forms. So if you’re unhappy or frustrated with your removable dentures then there are solutions available to you.

Dentures – no longer the only option for prosthetic teeth

Whilst the majority of people are still under the impression that removable dentures make for the only option when it comes to prosthetic teeth, there are in fact other solutions that may be far more suitable. Common solutions for tooth loss include a fixed partial denture (commonly known as a ‘bridge’), the removable partial denture and the removable full denture (which is the ‘traditional’ denture). You may also be a suitable patient for a full set of dentures which are securely fixed in the mouth.

The problems with dentures

Whilst dentures are used by millions around the world each and every day, they’re not without their problems and at the Same Day Teeth Suite we regularly hear about how they affect our patient’s day to day lives. One of the most reported issues is that the wearer must contend with their dentures moving in their mouth, and very often have to choose between the food they want and the food that’s suitable for their dentures (which usually means opting for softer foods). Additionally, many find that once they’ve become used to their dentures, the wearer‘s mouth shape has changed and they must be refitted for a new set. This occurs because dentures place a strain on the bones that lie underneath the gum, and daily denture use means that the user suffers bone loss in their jaw which changes the shape of the person’s mouth. These exact problems also occur when the wearer uses removable partial dentures, as the mechanics of the fit are exactly the same.

The alternative to the problems of dentures

With all the problems that denture wearers experience, dentures make for an imperfect solution for those that need prosthetic teeth. So if you find yourself in this situation, whether you’re a wearer of full or partial dentures, then you’ll probably want to know what the other options are. In this instance, a promising option may be a supported full upper denture, where a series of dental implants help support the denture, ensuring that it’s held firmly in place. This solution is perfect for those that are looking for a denture that is free from needing a palate (the guard that sits on the roof of your mouth). It also provides the wearer with teeth that look far more natural than the look that traditional dentures provide. They also protect against bone loss as the fixed denture fuses with the jawline.
Additionally, SameDay Teeth Suite patients that opt for full or partially fixed dentures frequently say that this solution feels far more like their own natural teeth and make for a stable and comfortable solution to an age-old problem.

The Same Day Teeth Suite stay at the very forefront of dental knowledge and technology. With centres in Leicester, Nottingham and Loughborough in the Midlands they help dental care patients find the solution that right for them. If you want to know what your options are when it comes to your prosthetic teeth contact the SameDay Teeth Suite to find out.