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Airport Dental Cork
Airport Dental Cork

Dentures in Cork

Restore Your Smile and Boost Your Confidence

Tooth decay, gum disease and injury can all lead to the devastation of losing our natural teeth. This loss can affect your looks, confidence, well-being and, in time, your overall health.

Replacing missing teeth with dentures helps restore your smile, they can aid eating and speaking, help support sagging facial muscle for a younger appearance, and protect any remaining natural teeth from unusual wear and tear.

Modern dentures contain a wide range of shades and translucencies which can be custom made to look more like natural teeth- which is perfect not only for a full denture but for partials as well.

Have a chat with Dr Eoin Mills
about your denture options

Dr Eoin Mills

Types of Dentures

At Airport Dental we offer several denture treatments including:

Full Dentures

For those who are missing a whole set of teeth.

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Partial Dentures

If you only need to replace a few teeth.

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Implant Supported Dentures

For those missing all their teeth but find full dentures uncomfortable or impractical.

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Which Kind Of Denture Should I Get?

The type of denture that’s right for you depends on the number of teeth needing replacement and the overall health of your mouth.

If you have had all your teeth removed and the tissue is healthy we will fit you with Full Dentures.

However, if you are only missing a few teeth, Partial Dentures may be a better solution.

For those who have lost all their teeth and find full dentures uncomfortable, our implant professional, Dr Mills can determine whether the cutting-edge Implant Supported Dentures are right for you.

Can I Eat Normally With Dentures?

It can take some time to adjust and adapt to a life with dentures and you may need to be careful with hard or sticky food. Using a small amount of denture adhesive will stabilise your dentures which will help speed along the learning process.

Are Dentures Comfortable?

Sometimes we need to perform new extractions before fitting your new dentures. In this case, your mouth may be tender and the dentures might cause some discomfort for a time, but generally no longer than a few weeks. However, as your mouth heals and gets used to the new dentures, they should start to feel more comfortable.

How Do I Take Care Of My Dentures?

Every night, before you go to sleep, you will need to remove, clean and store your dentures to allow your gums and jaw bone a chance to ‘breathe’ and relax.

We will also show you an easy daily morning routine which includes gently brushing your gums, tongue and palate with a soft-bristled toothbrush to stimulate circulation in your mouth tissue and prevent plaque buildup before you put your dentures in for the day.