Do you have missing teeth? Are you fed up with your dentures dropping, rubbing or stopping you from enjoying your favourite foods? Do you hide your smile because of gaps?

At Brixham Dental Practice, we consider the replacement of teeth to be critical in ensuring a high quality of life. Dentures are often an effective way of replacing multiple missing teeth.

Missing teeth can impact your self esteem and make it difficult for you to chew food. Gaps in your teeth can also affect the look of your cheeks, making you appear older than you are. Dentures help reduce frown lines surrounding your lips and cheeks giving a more youthful appearance.

Dentures are removable teeth that are a great way to replace missing teeth.

Whether you’ve worn dentures before that have now become worn and need replacing, or you have a lot of teeth missing and need your first set of dentures. They are a great alternative to implants if they aren't suitable for you, or, are too expensive.

Benefits of dentures

  • A natural, beautiful smile
  • You'll be able to eat all of your favourite foods
  • Improved self-esteem
  • Long lasting solution to missing teeth
  • Restore your appearance due to cheeks not sagging

We want to make sure that you have the most comfortable, stable and natural looking dentures; Dr Paul Richardson has been creating beautiful, natural looking dentures for over 40 years. Paul has a wealth of experience that will ensure he creates dentures that are comfortable and natural looking. When made well, dentures can make an amazing improvement to ensuring you can now enjoy eating your favourite foods, but can also make

Are you looking for a more stable solution to missing teeth?

Dental implants are now considered the most effective way of replacing one or multiple missing teeth. Unlike dentures, dental implants are permanently fixed into the jaw using a small titanium screw that replicates a root of a tooth; a dental crown or bridge is then fixed on to the top of the implant to achieve the next best thing to a natural tooth!