Smiles For You L Ziman and Associates Ltd
  020 8692 2425   020 8692 6345   020 8692 6756
  349-351 Brockley Road, Crofton Park, London SE4 2AQ


A denture, is a removable prosthetic device, most commonly known as false teeth. It can be worn on the top or bottom of your mouth, and can be partial or full depending on the number of teeth that need to be replaced.

A denture will help to successfully return function to your mouth whilst also restoring structure to your face- by ‘padding out’ sunken facial features such as cheeks and lips- which would otherwise be supported by your natural teeth.

Today, dentures are very natural looking and fit much more comfortably and securely without the need for denture adhesives.

Making your denture:

It is likely to take several appointments to produce your denture. With around a week between appointments the process from start to finish should take around 4-6 weeks.

At an initial consultation, photos and x-rays will be taken and used to produce a provisional denture which is made from wax. This will be checked for comfort and fit and then used to make your final denture.

Following the fit of your denture you will need to return for a check-up appointment around a week later so that we can check you are happy.

How to get used to your dentures

It can take time to get used to your new dentures

Caring for your dentures:

With good care your dentures should last for many years.

Here are some tips to help keep your dentures in top condition:

If you do have any problems with your dentures please contact us immediately. It’s important for issues to be investigated early in order to prevent them developing.
These could include:

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