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Dental Dentures in Enniskillen


Tooth loss can occur for many reasons. You could have a tooth knocked out in an accident, or they may be lost due to old age. Whatever the reason we recommend that you get your teeth replaced as it can lead to a wide range of problems including eating, speech, swallowing, and may cause further wear and tear on your remaining teeth.

Tooth loss also has many adverse effects on your self-conscious. Your teeth give structure and support to the cheeks, and when teeth are lost sagging of your cheeks can occur giving an aging effect.

If you can answer yes to one or more of the following, then you might benefit from visiting our expert team at Belmore Dental Implant Clinic and discuss the range of denture options available to you.

Cosmetic Dentures Available at Belmore Dental Implant Clinic

At Belmore Dental Implant Clinic we use only the highest quality materials to create your denture and ensure the best results with a comfortable fit. Each case we see is a unique challenge for our dentist and we offer a wide variety of denture designs which gives our dentists the flexibility to tackle any situations and create a denture specifically for your needs.

We take the time throughout your treatment to ensure you get the look you want, should it be a cosmetic makeover giving you straight white teeth or a more natural look with some worn or uneven edges. Whatever you think looks good, we can create it. And if you’re not sure we will happily advise you on what we think will work best.

Dentures can be made from an acrylic plate or a metal framework which sits over the soft tissues of the mouth. You can also replace all the teeth using a full denture or just some of them using a partial denture.

Here are some consequences of tooth loss:

Types of dentures

How are dentures held in place?

Upper dentures are held in place by suction, saliva acts as a seal and along with the muscles of the cheeks help to hold the denture in place.

Lower dentures are mainly held in place by gravity along with the muscles of the cheeks and tongue.

How do I look after my denture?

All dentures whether partial or full dentures require proper care to ensure they remain clean, free from staining and look their best.