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Cosmetic Dentures

Cosmetic dentures are a great way to replace missing teeth, whether you have a total or partial tooth loss. Cosmetic dentures are growing in popularity, due to their more authentic appearance.

How do cosmetic dentures work?

Some people feel tooth loss makes your face sag; this can make you appear older. Cosmetic dentures help fill out your facial profile by using your existing jawbone as the base for the implants. This procedure can help you look healthy and youthful while giving you a beautiful smile

How do cosmetic dentures differ from regular dentures?

Cosmetic dentures undergo an in-depth design process to make them look more natural. They can be customised to your desires, which may include a slight misalignment or even a filling.

How does the process work?

The fitting procedure for cosmetic dentures is the same as conventional ones.

How long do cosmetic dentures last?

We recommend replacing your dentures every 5 to 8 years. Dentures can experience wear and tear due to regular use and your gums may change shape or shrink over the years. We recommend replacing your dentures every 5 to 8 years.

To schedule a FREE consultation, please call Etwall Dental Practice on 01283 733391.

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COVID-19 update

Covid-19 Update 19.07.21

The rules about mask wearing and distancing are being removed as from 19th July.
However, healthcare establishments including dental practices will still request that you wear a mask when you attend, as our regulations are not changing as yet.
Etwall Dental Practice team are working extremely hard to provide a great service, thank you for bearing with us so far.
Due to the increase in dental care and, restrictions have not been changed for dental practices, waiting times for appointments have become longer.
We understand this may cause frustration, but we are doing our very best to accommodate your dental care.

Etwall Dental Practice supports the government’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ campaign for Health Service Staff