Plenty of reasons to smile about our dentures

The way you eat and speak are just a couple

Far too many people put up with discomfort and embarrassment for years, simply because of poorly-made or ill-fitting dentures.

We think it’s essential that your dentures allow you to talk, laugh and eat in complete confidence. Modern dentures offer a better fit and improved performance, and as well as looking natural.

Careful measurement, construction and fitting make an enormous difference to the performance of your dentures and can really improve your quality of life if you’ve previously lacked confidence when talking, laughing or eating.

Your dentists will advise you on the benefits of different denture materials and whether one should be fixed or removable.

Dental Implants may also be an excellent alternative to partial dentures because they look and feel just like natural teeth.

Dentures don’t just help people to feel better about themselves, by replacing missing teeth, they can also help with:

  • Eating
  • Speech
  • Stress placed on other teeth
  • The appearance of your smile
  • By filling out your face

Patient Testimonial

  • I, like many others, have always been very nervous about going to the dentist. Paula and her team have always taken the greatest care and had incredible patience with me.
     Alison Hill Alison HillPatient

A well made, properly fitted denture, whether it’s a partial or full mouth device, can bring you renewed freedom from soreness or discomfort, together with all the benefits of a natural-looking smile.

We can also help you with guidance on your denture care regime to further improve its performance. If you wear a denture but it feels uncomfortable, or you’d like to discuss getting your first one, or find out more about other options like dental implants to replace lost teeth, book an appointment and we’d love to talk you through your options.

We offer a full range of partial and full dentures in acrylic and chrome. The advantage of using metal is the base may be smaller, covering less of the soft tissue in your mouth, and so the denture feels more comfortable to wear and eat with.

As well as improving appearance and chewing, a partial denture may also prevent the remaining teeth from drifting out of position in the mouth, which can lead to further tooth loss.

If you’ve lost all your teeth, full dentures are an affordable solution that will give you freedom to talk and eat what you want without feeling self conscious, which can mean a great deal if you had resigned yourself to missing out on important social occasions for years through embarrassment. Better materials mean you’ll feel confident and comfortable, two words that never used to be associated with dentures.

Treatment Guarantees

Treatment Guarantees up to 5 Years!

Find out how you can benefit

“You can trust WeLoveTeeth to provide the best dental care with materials that really last.” Dr Paula Brennan BDS

Ways To Pay Including 0% APR Finance.

High quality dental care should be affordable for everyone.

Although WeLoveTeeth accepts most popular debit and credit cards you may wish to spread the cost of paying for more complex treatment. Finance, subject to an application and approval, means the price of an Implant or Invisible brace can be as little as £35 a month. And you will enjoy the benefits of a healthier mouth or beautiful smile long after
you have paid for the treatment. Just ask our receptionist or dentist for further details.

 We accept a wide range of payment cards

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WHAT DO YOU THINK OF WE LOVE TEETH

  • “I haven’t been to the dentist in over ten years and naturally I was very nervous making the appointment. Dr Paula Brennan and her team made me feel very relaxed and their professional but approachable style was much appreciated. I ended up needing a filling and I can honestly say I felt no pain. Everything was explained in advance and communication skills were second to none. Facilities are spotless and modern. I will be a regular return client and I will recommend We Love Teeth to my colleagues and friends. Dentists are no longer to be feared!”

    Mr S MonkhouseMr S MonkhouseSurgeon