If you have lost all of your natural teeth, for whatever reason, then full dentures (or “complete dentures”) are one of the options that act as a replacement. Dental Implants are also an option for missing teeth. A complete denture replaces all the lost natural teeth and the adjacent tissues in the upper or lower jaws. A complete upper denture usually stays in position using suction, whereas the complete lower denture is kept in place by correctly fitting it to your gums and muscles. FOR A FREE DENTURE CONSULTATION CALL TODAY ON 01423 565432 OR CONTACT US HERE
Full denturesWhen you lose all your natural teeth, your jaw bone naturally shrinks to a lower level, especially in the lower half of your face. This can cause a problem for the stability and retention of full dentures, particularly when you’re eating. Fortunately, most edentulous patients are suitable for the Bio Functional Prosthetics System (BPS), a well researched technique that offers numerous benefits to patients who have experienced total tooth loss.
BPSBPS stands for;
- Biofunctional: The most important demand on your full denture is to mimic the functions of natural teeth during chewing and speaking.
- Prosthetic: BPS promotes the fabrication of quality full dentures.Only certified dental technicians are authorized to fabricate BPS dentures after thorough analysis of your individual situation.
- System: The excellent collaboration between clinician and certified dental technician enables optimum results during the creation of your personal bespoke BPS dentures.