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Acrylic dentures

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Chrome dentures

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Flexible dentures

Nylon free and biocompatible, Myerson’s innovative dental materials enable us to produce removable prosthetics that are highly aesthetic and chameleon like. They are also bacteria and stain resistant and strong, yet flexible and lightweight, improving comfort and durability.

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True to Life Dentures

The “true-to-life” technique incorporates tissue colour mapping using digital photography and individual tooth and gum characterisation.

  • In your initial consultation visit, Roy will discuss your current dentures, your requirements for your new dentures, and explain to you the different materials available and which are best suited for you. Once a course of treatment has been agreed a Treatment Plan will be supplied to you, and then most patients will have the following appointments in the making of their new dentures:
  • Primary Impressions
  • Secondary Impressions, bite registration & shade taking
  • Denture Try in
  • Fit or Re-try as required
  • Review

    We work with the highest quality materials to construct your dentures, and can provide the following types of fixtures:

  • Acrylic dentures
  • Chrome dentures
  • Flexible dentures

    We also use a variety of different teeth manufactures and moulds, to ensure that the best suited for yourself are available.

Our “true-to-life” technique incorporates tissue colour mapping using digital photography and individual tooth and gum characterisation. Our innovative dental materials enable us to produce removable prosthetics that are highly aesthetic and chameleon like. They are also bacteria and stain resistant and strong, yet flexible and lightweight, improving comfort and durability.

WHAT IS A CDT

Clinical Dental Technicians are registered Dental Care Professionals, who are regulated by the General Dental Council.  Their position allows them to offer patients direct treatment for the construction, repairing and fitting of removable dental appliances.

If you do not have any natural teeth we can see you directly, however if you do have natural teeth we will require a referall from your existing dentist, and will work alongside them. Should you not currently have a dentist, we may be able to suggest a dentist local to you that you can visit. If you are unsure whether a referall is required, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss your denture requirements with you.

We accept patient referrals from dental practices and will give referrals if the nature of the work needed is more appropriate for a dental surgery.