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Our Dental Treatments | Dental Prosthetics

Prosthetics is the artificial replacement of missing teeth and gum.   There are a number of different options for replacing teeth by using dentures, crowns or bridges.

  • Missing Teeth Options

    There are a number of different options for replacing teeth by using dentures, crowns or bridges. MORE INFO
  • Chrome Denture

    There are a number of different options for replacing teeth by using a type of denture. A chrome denture is a light, thin metal (cobalt chrome) which is less bulky in the mouth and often has clasp arms (clips) which fit snugly around a few of the remaining teeth to stabilise the denture. MORE INFO
  • Flexible Denture

    There are a number of different options for replacing teeth by using a type of denture. A denture which is made of a flexible plastic can sometimes offer a better fit. MORE INFO
  • Overdenture on Teeth

    There are a number of different options for replacing teeth by using a type of denture. An overdenture fits over healthy tooth roots which have been retained to help maintain the gum height. This often makes the denture more stable. The tooth roots are sealed with either tooth-coloured filling material or have metal studs to clip the denture into p MORE INFO
  • Precision Attachment

    Individual attachments designed to help retain a small denture against the adjacent teeth. MORE INFO
  • Denture Reline Procedure

    When a denture does not fit as well, this can be improved by relining with a similar acrylic material in the dental laboratory. MORE INFO
  • Dental Fixitive

    A type of powder or thick liquid which helps stop the denture moving about. MORE INFO