If you're looking for some of the best long lasting and affordable full, partial or same day cosmetic dentures near you in Edinburgh, our modern and friendly clinic can help.
Removable dentures are one of the most common ways of replacing missing teeth. Dentures can replace either a few teeth - a partial denture - or a whole set - complete dentures.
You will benefit from the knowledge of our highly skilled dentist Dr Vipul Pawar (GDC - 116995), who has over 16 years of dentistry experience in the UK.
Dr Pawar is passionate about maintaining standards and quality in dentistry. He is highly respected within the industry and has successfully helped patients from all parts of Scotland including Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Are you looking for 'dentures near me' from a trusted dentist? You've come to the right place. All our dentists are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) so you can rest assured you're in safe hands here at Marchmont.
To help keep this treatment as affordable as possible, we ensure our denture clinic has some of the best prices compared to other dentists near us in Edinburgh.
The cost depends on the type of dentures you need:
Cobalt Chrome Partial Dentures cost - £660
Full Dentures cost - £1200
Please talk to us about the 0% interest-free finance and low-cost finance options, which are available with a minimum spend of £1,000.
With our 0% facility, you pay the costs of your treatment - no more and no less. Interest free means just that! In terms of the low cost facilities, we provide you with a quotation that shows the monthly payment and the total interest payable over the term of the loan. There are no hidden costs and no deposit required.
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Dentures (also more commonly known as false teeth), are worn by patients that need to replace lost teeth or missing teeth so that they're able to function and eat as they'd expect to. Although dentures are a general dental treatment, their cosmetic benefits are obvious, because they give the appearance of a full set of teeth.
Without them vital support is lost to the cheeks and lips and facial muscles may sag, making the patient look older.
Some people are worried that others will be able to tell they have dentures, but the quality and appearance of today's acrylic dentures is far better than ever before.
We offer two types of dentures – Partial and Full. Partial dentures are used to fill space left by missing teeth and may be fastened to your natural teeth. Full dentures replace an entire row of teeth on the upper or lower jaw.
Our dental team here at Marchmont Dental Care may ask you to wear your dentures most of the time for the first few days, including when you sleep. Once your mouth adjusts to having dentures we may ask you to remove them whilst you sleep.
Doing so will relieve your gums and will help keep your mouth healthy. To stop your dentures from warping, you will need to keep your dentures in a glass of water.
We will give you all the information you need to look after your new appliance during your first visit. Doing so will mean your dentures last several years. It is still important to book several visits at Marchmont Dental Care so that your dentures can be relined or even re-made.
A loose fit can be uncomfortable and will affect your ability to eat and talk.
Under normal circumstances, we can fit immediate stunning and natural looking dentures the same day that your teeth are removed. The benefit of having an immediate brace is that you do not need to be without teeth whilst your gums are healing.
Our dental team will need to take measurements and impressions of your mouth, so you will need to visit our practice beforehand. Your bone and gums are likely to shrink during the following six months after having teeth removed, so you'll be asked to make visits if your dentures need adjusting or replacing.
Immediate dentures may not be suitable for everyone and you may be asked to wait until your gums heal, but we will assess this during your consultation.