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Bridge the gap with Partial Dentures...


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Partial dentures replace one or several of your natural teeth. They are removable and in most cases rely on your remaining teeth for retention and support. Partial dentures can improve mastication and aesthetics as well as prevent remaining teeth from drifting or tilting from their current position. The most common types of partial dentures are made of acrylic, cast metal or a flexible resin.

Acrylic Base Partial Dentures

Acrylic Base partial dentures are often the most cost efficient. Most, but not all will rely on metal clasping on the remaining teeth for retention. Acrylic base dentures can be easily added to, or repaired, if you require further extractions later in the future.

Cast Metal Partial Dentures

Cast Metal partial dentures are most often made from Cobalt-Chrome; they consist of a metal framework and acrylic teeth. As the framework is metal based they are less bulky and a lot stronger than acrylic dentures.

Flexible Dentures

Flexible dentures are made from an injected thermoplastic nylon resin. The flexibility of this material allows for retention and therefore no metal clasps are required. In addition they are less likely to fracture due to their flexibility and can be made smaller in size than when compared to acrylic base dentures.



Dentures Clinic offer full dentures, partial dentures, immediate dentures, repairs, relines and assessments in a friendly and personable environment.