A complete denture that substitutes your natural teeth also provides support for cheeks and lips. Without it, unsupported facial muscles can increase the rate of ageing of your facial muscles and decrease your ability to eat and speak.
Your denture will be made to fit almost seamlessly to your gums and you will be able to remove it for cleaning.
Dentures often require an habituation period until patients get used to speak, eat and chew as they wear it. It is vital that you take extra care of your denture to avoid bad breath, decay and gum disease. Our hygienist will be able to demonstrate how to best look after your denture and gums.
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