If the missing tooth or teeth are hidden when smiling and don’t interfere with chewing, a person may not noticeably miss them. Daily activities like speaking, eating, and chewing food can become challenging for patients who are missing multiple or entire rows of teeth.

Dentures are a versatile and inexpensive option for restoring full facial aesthetics and bite. If this sounds like something you need for your smile, ask us how we can assist you at Gosford Dental Excellence.

Advantages of Dentures

Restore damaged or lost teeth

When teeth are lost, dentures can fill the gap. They help people keep their jaws from shrinking any further, which is important for their oral health. If a person loses teeth, they risk losing facial contours if they don’t get them replaced.

Superior comfort due to individualisation

Your dentist can adjust your dentures for a perfect fit and maximum comfort. You will feel at ease while eating and conversing normally. A duplicate of your real teeth can be created by casting your mouth. Our dentist can adjust your dentures to account for the natural growth and shrinkage of your jawbone.

Bring back the ability to talk

Dentures are removable dental prosthesis used to replace lost teeth, allowing the wearer to eat normally and speak clearly once more. Dentures are a great way to boost your confidence in public by restoring your smile and your confidence in your pronunciation.


Whether temporary or permanent, dentures make it simple to continue good dental hygiene.  Keeping your denture clean and free of plaque and germs that lead to gum disease is easy. All that’s required is brushing them with a soft-bristled toothbrush and denture cleaner.

Increase your self-assurance

When teeth are gone, they can ruin smiles. Dentures can restore your self-esteem if you lost it due to missing teeth. Now that you have these replacement teeth, you can laugh and grin without self-consciousness. Dentures have the added benefit of preventing facial drooping, making you look years younger.

Take better care of your teeth and mouth

You may be more susceptible to cavities and gum disease if you have missing teeth. Dentures that mimic the form and function of natural teeth lessen the likelihood of these issues occurring.

Process of

Examine your mouth and discuss the denture type

Custom trays based on mouth measurements 

Tried in the mouth to determine the overall aesthetic

Perform an extraction and fit you for dentures

Follow up with regular dental check


Make appointments to maintain good oral health and prevent potential dental problems.