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Dentures Are Not For Older People Only

teeth health smile dentistDentures are functional, budget-friendly, and will give you a natural smile — plus letting you chew and speak properly.

Dentures may be more common in older people but they are an effective replacement for missing teeth across all ages. It won’t matter the number of missing teeth, dentures allow people to get their smiles back.

Your dentist can tell if you are a good candiate for dentures as well as your options. Full and partial dentures can complete your smile irrespective of your age.

Nobody should have to go through life without a set of teeth. Therefore, anybody with missing teeth can get dentures to effectively replace their natural teeth.

What are your options?

Dentures are available as full or partial dentures. Full dentures help to replace an entire row or an entire set of missing teeth.

Partial dentures require that your dentist matches the colour of of your natural teeth. Partial dentures are used to replace a single missing tooth or a few missing teeth. Partial dentures are supported by a clasp to neighboring teeth.

Care for Your Dentures

Dentures need to be cared for on a daily basis. You will be brush them just as with your natural teeth. Dentures work best when they are cleaned regularly.

Dentures require replacement every five years owing to changes in the jaw bone that may loosen the fit.

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Dr Ashley Davenport BDS MFGDP(UK)

I qualified as a dentist in 1995 and can honestly say that I have been doing a job that I love for the past 20 plus years. Most people who know me well know that dentistry is a passion for me and that if I won the lottery I would still want to have some dentistry in my life. I get huge satisfaction from treating patients and making a difference to ...

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Dr Catherine Myatt BDS MFGDP(UK)

Cath joined the practice as a dentist in 2002.  She and Ashley met on their postgraduate Vocational Training course in Birmingham when they ended up working at the same practice in West Bromwich.  When Ashley was looking for an associate at Balsall Common Dental Practice, Cath came to take the role and she has been here ever since.  In 2017 Cath...

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