Dentures

Dentures are a time-tested and reliable way of replacing missing teeth. Crowns, bridges and dental implants are also effective ways to replace missing teeth. We can cater for your denture needs including fabrication of new dentures, denture repair and maintenance. Risks and consequences may apply to any treatment. Always seek a second opinion when considering complex treatment. Quotations can only be given after assessment. Due to the differing materials and designs dentures can have, we cannot give quotations over the phone.  

Restore missing teeth at Marsfield Dental Care

Dentures are safe to use and require minimal preparation of teeth for fabrication. They are still a durable and excellent way to replace multiple teeth. There are still very few successfully tested methods to replace whole arches of teeth aside from full dentures. We are able to use all sorts of denture materials, from acrylic matching the colour of your gums and teeth, strong and long-lasting cobalt-chrome and even flexible and highly aesthetic Valplast™. We’ll carefully advise you on the best material suited to your needs and we’ll design a comfortable and stable denture tailored to your teeth and gums.

Natural or pink clasp
Note the differing appearance of the tooth clasps present on the same denture
Types of dentures
The 3 main types of dentures - variations in design and material used are possible

Your denture can be repaired and adjusted with care at Marsfield Dental Care

Often dentures require adjustments and repair after long-term use. We can do arrange quick relining of your dentures and some denture repairs may be done on the same day. Our care extends beyond the clinic as we’ll advise you how to keep your dentures clean. Visit our informative blog for further information regarding proper denture care.

"The information in this website may be simplified in nature and does not replace professional advice. Risks and consequences may apply to any treatment. Always seek a second opinion when considering complex treatment. A referral to a specialist may be required in certain situations. Quotations can only be given after proper clinical assessment and so pricing details cannot be given over the phone."