Dentures in Milton Keynes
at The Hub Dental Practice

Same Day Denture Repair Service

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Same Day New Denture Service

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Implant Retained Dentures

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The Main Denture Problems
We Can Solve:

•Movement and Looseness
•Discomfort and Soreness
•Poor appearance

Broken Dentures

Lost Dentures


We provide dentures in 2 ways:

By a Dentist
By a Clinical Dental Technician

Main Types of Dentures

1. All Plastic Dentures
2. Flexible Plastic Dentures
3. Precious Metal Fabricated Precision Dentures
4. Denture Supported Mini Implants and Dentures

Time Scales for New Dentures

For smaller straight forward dentures, up to 3 teeth, it is possible to have a new denture the same day.

However for most new dentures it is usually between 1 week and 2 weeks.

For Chrome Cobalt dentures it is usually between 3 week and 4 weeks

Costs for New Dentures

ServiceFee
Full Upper and Full Lower Dentures £1000
Full Upper or Full Lower Dentures £800
Upper or Lower Chrome Cobalt Dentures £950
Upper or Lower Metal Free Dentures £750
Temporary Upper or Lower Dentures From £500
Denture additions From £125
Dentures Repairs From £125

Time Scales for Denture Repairs

For straight forward Repairs and additions: Between 1 and 2 Hours..

Allowing patients to avoid taking time off work and social embarrassment.

Costs for Denture Additions and Repairs

ServiceFee
Denture Additions From £125
Dentures Repairs From £125

Implant Retained Dentures

Introduction

The main reason patients come to us for implants is because they can't tolerate their dentures.

Patients then have two main options

1. To replace the denture altogether
with Implant retained crowns and/or bridges.

2. To make their denture more useable.


For many patients, specially with either no teeth or very few, the first option is either unaffordable or unattainable.

The vast majority of patients fit into the second group and we can offer them options that are good and affordable.

Full removable dentures can be an everyday pain in the neck. It makes normal chewing impossible, you cannot enjoy the taste of food due to its palatal plate.

Heat and cold sensations also get worse, moreover, it keeps moving which is really annoying. You can never get used to these inconveniences.

Neither denture adhesives work out: it is a real chore to clean that sticky material and it does not last too long...

More importantly, gum recession makes its yearly reline necessary, to keep its position in the mouth.

Modern Solution:

Over-Dentures Combined With Dental Implants

Denture Stabilisation with Dental Implants

You would not believe how much better you could use your dentures if they were stabilised with implants, even two or four of them.

This totally puts an end to denture movements. No need to use denture adhesives, no need for palatal plate, like in case of conventional dentures.

Thus, your taste, heat and cold sensations will improve. You wil be able to chew just as before losing your own teeth.

You are recommended this solution if you would like a good, yet economic solution for stabilising your conventional removable dentures.

There are two main options Implant Retained Dentures. The Removable dentures maybe supported by 2 or 4 implants.

1. Dentures with ball (push-button) and locator attachments

2. Bar-retained overdentures: with the insertion of 4 implants



Push-Button-retained overdentures

These are done with the insertion of 2 implants.


The Locators




Lower denture with ball attachment (push-button)




. Upper denture with locator attachment

This solution is suited for patients who have some residual ridge and the looseness of the denture is minimal

Where there is less ridge then the Bar Retained Denture is advised

But the choice will be made based on the extent of the improvement required and the patients budget

Bar-retained overdentures

These are done with the insertion of 4 implants.


Bar-retained denture, upper



Bar-retained denture, lower



Implant bar Bar-retained denture (bar cannot be seen)



Bar-retained denture, upper, no palatal plate