Who are we?
As we focus on treating patients who require dentures we have invested in specialist training and equipment to ensure we can achieve outstanding results. We can carry out other dental treatment such as the extraction of teeth or provision of crowns and other dental restorations if these are required as part of your overall care.
The clinical and laboratory aspects of your care are all carried out on the premises so as to ensure quality at all stages of your treatment.
A major benefit of having both the clinic and laboratory on site is that you get to see both the clinicians and the technicians who will actually make your dentures.
Our lead clinician is a registered specialist with the General Dental Council in Prosthodontics (The art and science of replacing missing teeth) and our senior technician is a registered Clinical Dental Technician who can carry out not only the laboratory but also the clinical aspects of your care.
Your Concerns Addressed
This is a tall order in denture care. A denture is after all an artificial replacement for your natural teeth and therefore is inherently inferior. We would find it strange to hear someone say that their prosthetic limb was as good as their missing arm or leg, but we on the whole, expect dentures to perform as well and in some cases even better than the teeth they replace.
Whether you have worn dentures for many years or are faced with denture wearing for the first time, you will have particular concerns which need to be addressed. We go to great lengths to answer any questions you may have and ensure you are involved in; and understand your treatment, at each stage.
In fact, in many cases, we are able to make your dentures in one day if that is what you require!
Complicated treatments take a little longer, but seldom is treatment extended over a long period. The art of a successful outcome is in the planning. We will provide you with a full treatment plan and costing before you proceed.