Dental Dentures
One of the most common ways of replacing teeth is with a removable partial denture. Dentures are supported by the soft tissues and sometimes teeth.

Acrylic Dentures

These are primarily supported by the soft tissues of the mouth and work by creating a suction to ensure that they do not move during eating. The advantage of them is that they do not cause harm or damage to existing teeth. However, in order to create a good suction, they require maximum extension quite far back in the mouth to ensure that food does not get trapped under the denture whilst eating.

Easy to add on teeth at a later date
Natural look
Doesn’t harm existing teeth
+ Large

Valplast Flexi Dentures
We also offer flexible dentures. These are able to achieve good suction by locking in between the teeth. The type of acrylic used ensures good strength in very thin sections. This allows our technicians to create an extremely thin denture, with less coverage of your mouth. Benefits include lighter weight, smaller denture and flexibility.

 Light weight
+Can not add teeth
+ Required good gum health​​​​​​​

Cobalt Chrome Dentures
These dentures achieve a lot of support from existing teeth. A metal material is used to ensure maximum strength with the smallest thickness. Due to support being achieved from the teeth, a very minimal amount of coverage in the mouth is required. Our dentists would assess the teeth to ensure they are strong enough to support a denture of this type.

Smallest possible denture
Thinnest possible denture
Do not move
+Heavier than acrylic
+Require healthy teeth for support
+More difficult to add on to​​​​​​​

.We work closely with some of the UK’s leading denture technologists to ensure that we can achieve a comfortable and natural result with your dentures. You also have the option of using teeth containing porcelain, rather than plastic to achieve a very natural look for your teeth. Clinicians may ask for photos of your younger years to ensure we can replicate a natural smile.