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Denture Studio

Our Denture Studio has a dedicated team of Clinical Dental Technicians with an on-site lab for the best possible dentures with fast and precise turnaround.

At our Denture Studio we don’t just prescribe dentures, we redefine looks and recover lost smiles in our mission to help transform lives and make a real difference to how you feel. For complex cases we refer to our Denture Studio in Chichester.

Our Clinical Dental Technicians are supported by an on-site lab and denture specialists. Patients will receive a full denture consultation before any work is agreed and our laboratory will help achieve the desired results. Our dentists are able to discuss a range of options including implant retained dentures, same-day teeth, suction dentures, partial dentures, cosmetic dentures, chrome dentures, copy dentures, immediate dentures, denture relines, stabilisation and denture repairs.

Our dental teams will listen to your needs and offer a treatment choice for clear results. Throughout the process, we will ensure we make you feel comfortable, in control, relaxed and at ease, with clear and transparent communication every step of the way.

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Denture Consultation

If you have missing teeth our denture consultation will form part of your Dental Health Check and you don’t need to be resigned to a life-time of wearing ill-fitting dentures that you can’t eat with and that look unnatural. Our dentist work with local laboratories to provide the highest quality solution for replacing missing teeth with dentures that have a superior fit and an exceptionally natural look.

Clinical Dental Technician

We have helped thousands of patients with their dentures and we know how much it means to get this right! To construct aesthetically pleasing dentures with comfort and function is one of hardest tasks in dentistry. We are not only replacing lost teeth, but also compensating for bone loss and very often sunken facial profiles which can age patients up to 10 years prematurely. In some complex cases and where complete dentures are needed, our dentist may work with a Clinical Dental Technician (CDT). The CDT is qualified to take impressions, make and fit the dentures – meaning an excellent result controlled by one person who has developed specific skills in this area.

Denture Repair

Are your dentures broken or cracked, missing a tooth or simply in need of a thorough clean? Dentures suffer from a lot of day-to-day wear and tear and can often break or become damaged when dropped. They can also be weakened as a result of tooth grinding or if they no longer fit your mouth properly.

If you are experiencing any of the above problems, our dentists can repair your dentures or give them a thorough clean or send them off for full repair with one of our technicians. Our dental team will of course be able to advise you if you have a more complex problem that may require the attention of a dentist.

Any damage to dentures identified during routine appointments at envisage dental will still be rectified as usual, wherever possible during the same appointment.

Implant Retained Dentures

An implant-retained denture is a type of over- denture that is supported by and attached to implants in the jaw. A regular denture rests on the gums, and is not supported by implants. The denture clips on to the implant to keep it in place. An implant-retained denture is used when a person doesn’t have any teeth in the jaw, but has enough bone in the jaw to support implants. It is usual that at least 2 implants are needed to support the denture, but that will be decided depending on your particular needs.

Complete Dentures

When we construct our complete dentures, we take impressions of the outside of the complete denture, the gum's surface, and the tongue and cheek areas in order to make sure that the dentures are created with a more accurate fit. In turn, patients with complete dentures constructed with this technique typically require little or no denture adhesive to keep their dentures in place.

There are so many benefits to having complete dentures made. First off, our complete dentures can help with increasing the lower face height. With other types of dentures, patients find that their face, lips, and cheeks physically change due to their missing teeth. Custom-made complete dentures by your dentist can help reduce this outcome.

If you are looking for a quality pair of complete dentures, call envisage dental today to learn more about how our custom complete dentures are the way to go!

Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are often considered by patients that are not missing an entire arch of teeth, but rather a tooth or several teeth within an arch. Traditional partial dentures are sometimes not as aesthetically pleasing due to clips and metal pieces that may show when you talk, smile, or eat. While many individuals would fare best with a bridge or dental implant when replacing a missing tooth, it is not always a viable option for every patient. This is why partial dentures are often considered for patients that are not candidates for alternative treatments.

Plastic Dentures

Traditional or conventional partial dentures can sometimes be bulky and uncomfortable to wear, but plastic dentures are made and designed to be thinner and look plus function like natural teeth. Each partial denture is custom-designed for the patient and we ensure your denture teeth look as natural as possible, through positioning them to match the shape, size and form of your missing teeth.

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Use our online referral form to submit your patient details and have one of our specialists contact you to discuss your case.

 


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Alton

Alton

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Basingstoke

Basingstoke

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Emsworth

Emsworth

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Ferndown

Ferndown

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