Surrey Dentures | Newton Village Dental Clinic Surrey
Surrey dentures. If you have several missing teeth, you may want to consider getting dentures.

Dentures are natural-looking artificial teeth that are designed to replace teeth that have been lost or removed. Dentures are removable and are designed to fit your mouth and match your natural teeth. There are two types of dentures: full and partial. Full dentures are given to patients who have no natural teeth. Partial dentures are attached to a metal frame connected to your natural teeth and are used to fill in the spaces where permanent teeth are missing.

When you get fitted for dentures in Surrey at Newton Village Dental Clinic, you can rest assured that your dentures will be made using premium quality materials. High-quality dentures will last longer and will provide a better match to your natural teeth and gum colour. We will also take the time to explain everything you need to know about dentures.

Before you get dentures, here are some things you should know:

Why wear dentures?

One obvious benefit of getting dentures is to improve your smile, but there are other benefits as well. Dentures will help to support the structures around your cheeks and lips and will make it easier to eat foods that you must chew. And if you have teeth that are causing pain and other dental health concerns, but you are hesitant to remove them because you are concerned about your appearance, dentures are a viable option.

What are dentures made of?

Modern Surrey dentures are typically made from a hard resin although the materials are still weaker than natural teeth. Usually, you will need to replace dentures every five years.

How to care for your dentures

Dentures, like natural teeth, must be cared for. To clean your dentures, you must use a gentle cleanser on a soft brush designed specifically for dentures. When not in use, you will need to keep them moist.

Schedule an appointment today with our Surrey dentures specialist!

If you are ready to be fitted for your dentures in Surrey or have questions about the procedure, call us today to schedule an appointment with our dentist.