Removable options for replacing missing teeth

Are some or all of your teeth missing or decayed? Do you have dentures that don’t fit well or don’t look natural? Well-crafted and properly fitted dentures can boost your confidence, help you smile, speak and even eat your favourite foods without pain or embarrassment, and restore the facial contour around your mouth.

  • Hand-crafted & bespoke

    At 543 Dental, we’re proud to offer a wide range of denture solutions, designed to suit your needs and budget. With every option, your dentures will be hand-finished and you will be given a choice for the colour of your new teeth. The amount of personalisation possible increases with the higher-end denture options, with our Deluxe range being specially crafted by our very own clinical dental technician (CDT).

  • Dedicated skill & artistry

    Our in-house CDT, Dave Emery, has undertaken special training to combine the skills of a dentist with those of a technician, meaning patients can benefit from his in-depth knowledge of teeth shape and structure, resulting in highly personalised dentures that are far more lifelike and comfortable than dentures made by conventional methods. Because of his special training, David can see patients directly, take impressions and even carry out home visits for your convenience.

Depending on how many of your teeth are missing, you’ll need either a complete denture or a partial denture.

  • Complete denture
    This replaces all your upper and lower teeth, and fits over your gums and jawbone.
  • Partial denture
    This replaces one or a couple of missing or decayed teeth. It’s made up of a plastic or metal plate with false teeth attached, and sometimes use clasps to clip onto your nearby natural teeth.
Your dentures will be guaranteed for 1-2 years, depending on the model (see table below), but should last longer. Typically, they will need replacing after about five years. But you should have your dentist check them and your mouth once a year.
You might be able to have dental implants as an alternative to dentures, or as part of your treatment. Even a simple procedure involving the fitting of two implants can ‘lock’ the denture into position and stop it moving.

Want to find out more?

Book a consultation today to learn more about your options.


Did you know?

On both our Dencare Safe and Dencare Secure payment plans you could save up to 20% off the cost of private fees.

Now that’s something to smile about…