A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available at Caste Street Dental: complete and partial dentures.

NHS Dentures - only £210

Castle Street Dental offer removable complete and partial dentures which are available under the NHS. They fit snugly over the gums to replace missing teeth and eliminate potential problems caused by gaps.

Private Acrylic Denture - from £500

Many patients are unaware there are alternative options and have only ever experienced “plastic dentures”. At Castle Street Dental, we offer affordable acrylic dentures at an affordable price.

Flexible PEEK Partial Denture - £1000

PEEK has a high strength to weight ratio and is available in a natural, non-contrasting colour, meaning it looks more natural in the patient’s mouth. This lightweight material is designed and manufactured digitally, improving accuracy and fit.

Dentures FAQs

The most frequent questions, answered!

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As false teeth are tailor-made to fit your mouth, they should not hurt. They do take some getting used to, and may feel a bit uncomfortable during the first three months as your gums and jawbone adjust to their new shape (if you had some teeth extracted before getting your dentures fitted).

False teeth have a bad reputation for looking fake and making the wearer look older. In reality, modern dentures are produced using cutting-edge technology that results in very natural-looking teeth and gums. We take precise measurements of your mouth and jaw in order to make sure the fit is exactly right, so you don’t need to worry about ending up with an overbite or wobbly dentures.

If looked after well, your false teeth will last up to seven years. Since your jaw and gums are gradually changing shape as you get older, we will need take a new cast to make you a new set of dentures when this happens.

Can my dentures cause any difficulty with speaking?

Having new dentures should not change your speech at all, as long as they have been made with the correct dimensions and with facial movement taken into account. However, if you have not had dentures before, then it may take a week or two, to get used to them in your mouth.

Dentures cover the roof of the mouth, if this is new to you, it can take time to adjust to the change.