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Flexible Dentures


Flexible dentures could be the perfect solution for patients who have lost one or more of their natural teeth and who cannot tolerate the traditional type of denture or implant.

Full sets of Dentures


Full sets of dentures are used when there are no natural teeth left in the mouth on either the upper or lower jaw. There are two main reasons missing teeth should be replaced.

Hybrid Dentures


Hybrid dentures are used to replace teeth when all or a high proportion of the teeth are missing. They are used most when there is a lot of bone loss and the patient has difficulty wearing a conventional denture.

Immediate Dentures


When replacing your missing teeth with dentures the Clinical Dental Technician will go through the process of making them specifically for the individual so they look great and fit perfectly. This takes time, so what do you do in the meantime following tooth extraction?

Implant Support Dentures

Implant supported denture

Dentures on implants are a suitable option for patients whose jawline is too weak for traditional false teeth, or for people who can’t wear dentures.



Mouth guards are a protective device for the mouth that covers the teeth and gums to help prevent and reduce injury to the teeth, arches, lips and gums.

Orthodontic Appliances

Orthodontic Appliance

Orthodontics is concerned with the growth of the teeth, jaws and face. Orthodontic treatment is about making the best of your teeth; it’s about improving the harmony of your mouth and jaws.



Overdentures are dentures that fit over natural teeth or implants. They are supported by and attached to either dental implants or root filled tooth roots. These are used to support and retain the overdenture.

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