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Beautiful dentures in Edinburgh

Boosting your confidence and quality of life

What are dentures?

If you have missing teeth it is likely that you are experiencing a variety of problems such as an inability to eat certain foods, issues with speech, and damage to self-confidence.

Sometimes the teeth on either side of a gap can grow into the space at an angle, which can create further problems.

At Scottish Denture Clinic in Edinburgh, we understand the impact that gaps in your teeth can have, which is why we are dedicated to creating beautiful dentures to give you back the smile you deserve.

Dentures are removable false teeth that fit over the gums to replace missing teeth and eliminate potential problems caused by gaps in your smile. We offer a range of denture solutions in Scotland to ensure you get the dentures that are best suited to you in terms of functionality and aesthetics. All of our dentures are of the very best quality, crafted using only the finest materials available, so you can trust us to provide you with a new smile to be proud of.

Quality care and comfort is at the heart of everything we do at Scottish Denture Clinic in Edinburgh; we will always ensure your dentures have the best fit and function possible. We make the dentures in our dental laboratory on site, which allows us to reduce production time while ensuring quality, using the best materials and techniques available, every single time.

We provide a range of denture options that offer our patients a wider choice of materials and a higher level of naturalness and aesthetics

Digital Dentures

Digital Dentures offer a fast and predictable treatment choice for patients who require dentures.

At Scottish Denture Clinic we like to remain at the forefront of new technologies and have invested in enhanced equipment to bring our patients the advantage of Digital Dentures.

Your Digital Dentures journey begins with our clinical dental technician, Rob, taking a scan of your mouth. Using advanced software, we will then use this scan to begin planning your custom dentures. 

The fantastic IvoSmile software allows us to show you a simulated image of how your new dentures will look. Not only is this great for helping you to envisage your potential new smile, it is also an excellent communication tool as it allows us to work together to discuss what you like and dislike, ultimately resulting in the creation of your dream smile.

The digital process means that your dentures will be ready in a much quicker timeframe than traditional dentures. Your final dentures will be digitally crafted from high-quality PMMA material to ensure a long-lasting restoration that is strong, functional, and beautiful.

Why choose Digital Dentures?

Advanced technology allows us to create highly precise dentures that result in a superb fit and, of course, exceptional aesthetics

Patients at Scottish Denture Clinic love our Digital Dentures because of the accuracy that ensures a supreme fit, and the faster creation process that means they can enjoy their new dentures within a quicker timeframe.

The traditional method of making dentures can sometimes result in errors due to inevitable variables throughout the process. Impression material shrinks by about 2% and the plaster used to create the denture model also contracts. The acrylic used for the denture can decrease by as much as 5%. Even when each phase has been performed to perfection, those variables can create issues, which is why we offer a try-in option with our Premier Dentures.

The fit of Digital Dentures is unrivalled because the accuracy is unsurpassed. Instead of physical impressions, the mouth is scanned using our 3shape Trios scanner, creating a detailed 3D digital model. Then the technician uses a specialist computer program to design your personalised dentures.

The design is then sent to a computerised milling machine on site, where your denture is meticulously carved from a solid block of acrylic material. With this technique, there is no shrinkage or distortion – the denture turns out precisely as designed.

Custom Dentures

Our Custom Dentures are our most natural-looking denture where we create the best teeth on the market using high impact acrylic.

This advanced quality material provides you with teeth that are strong with an excellent wear rate, ensuring your smile and bite is maintained as long as possible. 

Custom Dentures allow us to use a wide range of natural-looking, gender-specific tooth shapes and colours. This helps create the smile you have always wanted, or replicate the one you once had. At Scottish Denture Clinic in Edinburgh, we invite patients to bring in photos, if they are able, of their natural teeth. This helps us to understand your smile and, where possible, allows us to match the moulds and colours to recreate your natural smile. 

Full dentures start from £1,600. Finance plans are available*

Partial Dentures

If you have one or a few missing teeth, a partial denture could be the most cost-effective solution to help you enjoy a full smile once again.

Partial dentures are fitted to the part of the gum line that they will sit on, and they fasten to natural teeth to hold them in place. They are not permanent and can be easily taken out at any time for cleaning and sleeping.

We offer a range of partial dentures designed to suit each patient’s unique needs, including metal, flexible, and acrylic. We will discuss the differences between each material and how they could benefit you so that you can make an informed decision about the right solution for your individual needs.   

Whichever option you choose, the team at Scottish Denture Clinic will ensure the final result is customised for you, for dentures that provide a beautiful, natural look.

Prices start from £250-£1500 depending on materials. Finance plans are available*.

*0% Interest on finance plans up to 12 months.

Your treatment journey with dentures

If you have experienced total tooth loss you will be treated by a clinical dental technician (CDT) directly who will make and fit your complete dentures.

However, if you need partial dentures, you have dental implants or some of your own natural teeth remaining, you must first be seen by a dentist before a CDT can begin your treatment. Your CDT will advise you at your initial consultation. 

During your consultation, your CDT will describe the different types of dentures available and the technical procedures involved so you can make an informed choice about the treatment you receive. Together, you and your CDT can then decide on the right solution for you. 

In order to create a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs, your CDT will undertake a detailed clinical evaluation and may refer you to a dentist or implant dentist. The CDT may undertake one or all of the following:

  • Investigate your dental and medical history in full

  • Take X-rays and photographic images of your mouth

  • Distinguish between normal and abnormal effects of aging, especially relating to tooth loss

  • Make referrals to other dental professionals where necessary

  • Advise you on how to take care of your dentures and achieve optimum oral health

Once you have decided on the best type of dentures for you, we will book your appointments for treatment. During your initial consultation, your CDT will explain what will happen at each appointment, depending on the treatment you have chosen. 

Commonly asked questions about Dentures

Do I need complete or partial dentures?

At Scottish Denture Clinic, we provide complete and partial dentures, depending on your individual needs.

Complete dentures are required when all teeth need to be removed. You may need to replace all of your upper teeth or all of your lower teeth, or both. Partial dentures replace just one tooth or a few missing teeth.

Who will make my dentures?

Your dentures will be made in our bespoke lab by a clinical dental technician (CDT). CDTs are registered dental care professionals who are trained and qualified to provide a range of denture services directly to patients. With many years’ experience working as dental technicians, CDTs have the advanced technical and clinical skills needed to carefully design and handcraft every denture to the individual requirements of each patient.

How much do dentures cost?

The price of dentures varies depending on your individual needs. This will be discussed with you at your consultation appointment. We offer interest-free finance over 12 months.