Dentures in SUTTON

  • Oral Bioengineering EXPERTS
  • Dedicated Denture Clinic
  • Denture Technician and Laboratory on site
  • Digital Dentures
  • Trusted by local dentists
  • 50 years + combined experience
  • Top Rated and Top Reviewed


Complete Dentures

Complete dentures are used to restore missing teeth in patients who have lost all their teeth and therefore have no remaining teeth left.

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What Are 3D Dentures?

What sets 3D dentures apart from the traditional forms of dentures is the way that they are created. Instead of just taking one impression…

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Partial dentures are constructed when you have natural teeth of your own. Partial dentures are made from an alloy of Cobalt and Chrome…

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Digital dentures involve a CAE (computer-aided engineering)workflow that puts the dentist in full control of quality. The process usually…

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Why we are different for dentures in Sutton

We use the absolute very best impression materials available to ensure the fit of your denture is precise. If your dentures don’t precisely fit the anatomy of your mouth, they will not be ideal.

Use fancy equipment and techniques to give you the best dentures

Spend hours with you perfecting the cosmetics

Use the most expensive acrylic teeth on the market

Finance Available

Master dental technician on site

We are a dedicated denture clinic

3D Dentures, Extremely well trained team

Combined Team experience of hundreds of years treating denture patients only

Offer general dental services including cosmetics & implants

For more information on our services or to request an appointment, please call 020 8629 1226 or fill in the form and one of our team will be in touch.

Stages of denture construction at The Denture & Implant Clinic in Sutton

Planning of Your Denture


Free Consultation (1 hour visit)

In this free consultation you will have the opportunity to discuss any dental concerns you have, tell us about your past experiences, what your expectations are and what you are hoping we can do to help you achieve them.

This consultation allows you to experience our relaxed, calm environment in a consultation room, with our experienced treatment coordinator, rather than in the dental chair.

It is very important to understand a dental situation right from the start, as many people want to achieve different things from their dentures, some want a perfect smile, while others wish to have a more natural look.

We will explain the techniques we use here at “The Denture and implant Clinic” to construct new dentures.

Before commencing any new dentures, you will need to have an examination with the dentist to advise on your treatment options, to provide you with a personal treatment plan.


Examination of mouth/teeth (30minutes)

If you have some remaining teeth, we will need to book in an examination so that everything can be assessed thoroughly before we start treatment.

After these initial appointments we will send you a detailed written treatment plan along with the fees involved.

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Denture Construction in Sutton

First denture Impressions (45minutes)

The first impressions are a "rough" set of impressions which helps us to plan your case. These impressions are taken using alginate impression material that is placed in an impression tray. The problem with these trays is that they only come in a few sizes – extra small, small, medium, large, extra large. Most dentists will think this is acceptable but we believe that this is simply not good enough.

That’s why we custom make you a bespoke tray that fits perfectly inside your mouth so that we can record all the little nooks and crannies in your mouth to ensure your dentures are the very best fit possible.

If you have your own natural teeth – this first impression is used to examine the arrangement of teeth. The team will closely look at every tooth and plan your denture out for you so that you get the best functional and cosmetic denture possible.

Second denture Impression and Bite( 1hour 30minutes)

Second Impressions are taken using an extremely accurate silicone impression material. Most dentists understand that they need absolute accuracy for doing crowns/bridges but fail to use the silicone impressions for denture construction due to the high cost / inadequate training. This means that they stick to alginate, which will never pick up all the details required.

At The Denture & Implant clinic, we never cut corners and that’s why we use the best materials around to ensure you get the best fitting dentures. Secondary impressions are taken using different layers of silicone, which get more accurate with each layer. We start of with a heavy viscosity which picks up outline and then get more and more accurate with each layer until we finish off with the very light runny material that flows into all the little nooks and crannies of your mouth.

After the very best impressions are taken we then go on to take the bite with a gnathometer. This is another major difference between our clinic and other dentists. 99% of dentists will not use this device as they simply don’t have the expert training required to understand how to use it and why it’s so beneficial to their patients. If they do – everyone would be using it.

This device is an easy, comfortable way of accurately recording the patients bite and we will tell you why it’s so important further down.


Denture Try-In – (1hour 30minutes)

We refer to this stage as the ‘Dressed Rehersal’ and it the first chance we get to see what the finished result is before we give you the dentures. At this stage we check things like the bite, fit and most importantly the cosmetics. The important aspect of this visit is that we can make changes on the dentures and check them instantly. We always ensure that you’re 100% happy at this stage before we finish the dentures so that you know what result you’re getting before we fit the dentures.

We normally spend at least 1hour and a half at this stage to ensure we get the perfect bite and cosmetics.

Denture Fit – (1 hour)

This visit is normally an easy straightforward procedure where we ensure the denture fits well and is comfortable to wear. We also make very fine adjustments to balance the bite to ensure that your teeth meet together at the same time when biting. This ensures stability of the denture when eating as if one side meets before the other, tipping of the denture can occur. Another few visits will be required which are minor adjustments visits.

Common problems you may have with poorly fitting dentures

My dentures make me gag

My dentures affect my speech & cause me to lisp

ico-no-3Dentures don’t stay in

Poor cosmetics of dentures


I can’t eat with my denture

Unstable dentures which tend to move around when eating

My dentures affect my speech & cause me to lisp

I can’t wear my dentures

Only the very best teeth used… beautifully crafted natural looking tooth moulds for sophisticated needs

A Range of tooth moulds designed to match the Age and characteristics of the individual patient

Gum-work upgrade for a truly bespoke denture…

What Are 3D Dentures?

What sets 3D dentures apart from the traditional forms of dentures is the way that they are created. Instead of just taking one impression to mold the dentures and create a final restorative product, 3D dentures require four different impressions. Impressions are taken of the tooth surface, the gum surface, the inside surface (where the tongue rests) and the outside surface (that touches the lips and cheeks). By taking these additional impressions, dentists at The Denture Clinic can create a fully custom set of dentures.

Impression materials are placed inside of the patient’s mouth while the patient completes several different movements of the mouth as requested by the dentist. While the patient moves their mouth, tongue, and cheeks in certain ways, it helps mold the impression to the way their own muscles and mouth functions. These impressions are then used to create a custom denture that has the optimum fit for the patient.

There are so many benefits to customizing your dentures with additional impressions. 3D dentures will feel like a part of the patient’s mouth, and will hold in place better than traditional dentures. Food particles trapped underneath the denture will be drastically reduced, as well as the speech and chewing efficiency of the patient. Additionally, a better fitting denture will greatly change the appearance of the patient’s face and give the patient a more youthful appearance.