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Stamford House 22 Victoria Road Hartlepool TS26 8DD

Denture Stabilisation

Loose or poorly fitting dentures could affect your ability to speak, eat and chew. Thanks to recent dentistry advances, you no longer need to rely on dental adhesives to keep dentures in place.

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I have been a patient here for 30 years and usually feel anxious on attending but I’m always given a wonderful warm welcome by the three lovely receptionists which alleviates my anxiety and Miss Mathieson and Laura put me at ease with their relaxed and pleasant manner, congratulations on your 5 star review.

If you’re fed up with losing and trying to find messy denture glue or don’t feel comfortable laughing or smiling for fear of your dentures slipping, look no further than Bentley Mathieson Dental Clinic. At our welcoming clinic, we have experienced staff and state-of-the-art equipment to help you achieve the smile of your dreams.

We can fix dentures in place using dental implants. Often called implant overdentures or implant-retained dentures, denture stabilisation is the most effective way of keeping dentures secured. 

You’ll be able to laugh and smile with confidence again. You’ll also be able to enjoy all of your favourite foods without worrying whether your dentures will stay put.

Getting Implanted Dentures in Hartlepool

The procedure is fast and straightforward. Our implantology experts will place a biocompatible titanium implant in the jaw bone. The implant fuses with its surrounding tissue to achieve a strong, permanent bond.

We’ll then affix your denture to the implant using a unique fixture. You can remove your dentures whenever you need to  – for example, for cleaning and hygiene purposes. However, implant-retained dentures only come out when you want them to. 

Patients love not having to wrestle with messy dental adhesives. And they love having a natural smile with improved confidence and no irritation.

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For more information about denture stabilisation, call us on 01429 221 353 or contact us.

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Denture Stabilisation FAQs

How much does denture stabilisation cost?

Prices can vary depending on different aspects of your case. You should contact our team today to find out what the best treatments options are for you.

Who can get denture stabilisation treatment?

Pretty much anyone can benefit from dental implants if you need them. You should contact our practice to arrange a consultation with us and find out how eligible you are.

How do I care for dental implants?

You should always keep up a regular and healthy oral hygiene routine. By looking after your dental implant with brushing the same way you would regular teeth, you can extend your dental implant’s longevity.

How long does denture stabilisation last?

Your dental implant could last you decades if you take good care of them. Following your treatment, our helpful team will advise you on all the preventative care you need to conduct to help your dental implants last longer. Usually, you can extend the longevity of your implants by simply keeping up a good oral hygiene routine that includes brushing and flossing regularly.

Does denture stabilisation hurt?

They shouldn’t. We always ensure the right amount of anaesthetic is used and ensure you’re the most comfortable you can be before beginning your treatment. We’ll give you all the aftercare advice you need to keep discomfort to a minimum too.

How can I get my dentures stabilised?

You should only be considering a dental implant once you’ve spoken to a professional who can offer you a comprehensive treatment plan after a thorough assessment of your smile.

How long does it take for dental implants to heal?

Depending on the health of your mouth and gums, dental implants can take anywhere between 6-8 months. It’s at this point your gums will have adequately healed, and you can continue with your life.

Do dental implants hurt?

You’ll be given all the appropriate anaesthetic before treatment commences, so you don’t have to worry about being in pain. We’ll also help you understand the best practices for aftercare at home for your implants.