Dentures

Welcome to Fryern Dental Practice in Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, where we offer a wide range of dental services, including dentures. Dentures are removable dental prostheses designed to replace missing teeth and restore your smile. At Fryern Dental Practice, our skilled dentists and technicians work closely with you to create custom dentures that fit comfortably and look natural.

We understand that losing teeth can be a challenging experience, so we are committed to providing you with high-quality dentures that meet your unique needs. Whether you need partial dentures to replace a few missing teeth or full dentures to replace all of your teeth, we have the expertise to ensure a comfortable and functional fit.

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However, sometimes dentures can become loose or ill-fitting over time, leading to discomfort and difficulty with eating and speaking. If you are experiencing wobbly or loose-fitting dentures, our team at Fryern Dental Practice can help. We offer denture relines, adjustments, and repairs to ensure your dentures fit properly and comfortably.

Don’t let poorly fitting dentures hold you back from enjoying your favourite foods and confidently smiling. Contact Fryern Dental Practice in Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, today to schedule a consultation with our dentists. We are committed to helping you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile you can be proud of.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dentures should be cleaned daily with a soft-bristled brush and denture cleaner. Rinse your dentures with warm water after meals to remove any food particles. Avoid using hot water, bleach or harsh chemicals, as these can damage your dentures.

The lifespan of dentures varies depending on several factors, including the type of denture, how well they are cared for, and the wearer’s oral health. With proper care, dentures can last up to 7-10 years before needing replacement.

Yes, you can eat normally with dentures, but it may take some time to get used to eating with them. Start with soft foods and gradually introduce harder foods as you become more comfortable with your dentures.

It is normal for dentures to affect speech initially, but with practice, most people adapt and regain their normal speech patterns. If speech problems persist, consult your dentist.

Implant-supported dentures are dentures that are attached to dental implants that are surgically placed into the jawbone. These dentures are more stable than traditional dentures and provide a more secure fit.

It is generally not recommended to sleep with dentures in as it can lead to increased bacteria buildup and oral health problems. Dentures should be removed and soaked in water or denture solution overnight to keep them clean and maintain their shape.