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Prosthetics

Welcome to Brooklands Dental Clinic, where we excel in dental care. Meet dental prosthetics, our solution for restoring and enhancing smiles. Our skilled team crafts custom devices, including dentures and bridges, tailored to your needs. Designed for a natural fit, our prosthetics address missing teeth and other concerns. At Brooklands, we prioritise the art and science of dental prosthetics for optimal smile restoration. Explore the transformative possibilities at Brooklands Dental Clinic, where your confident smile is our commitment.

Recapture The Health and Appearance of Your Smile After Tooth Loss With Prosthodontics

Prosthetic dentistry is the replacement of missing teeth with either fixed or removable dentures. Tooth loss is something that affects millions of people every year. Fortunately, prosthodontic dentistry can help.

Natural teeth may have been lost due for many reasons, such as caries (dental decay), periodontal (gum) disease, or trauma. For people who are already edentulous (i.e. have no natural teeth), the objectives of prosthetic treatment are generally to improve speech, appearance, chewing and biting, comfort and the ability to laugh, shout, kiss, etc., without the denture becoming dislodged.

Real Stories, Real Smiles

Discover What Our Patients Are Saying

Steve Paxman
Steve Paxman
07/12/2023
Great service and experience as usual from Wynand and the Brooklands team!
COLIN THOMAS
COLIN THOMAS
05/12/2023
Great service and friendly staff, especially for someone who suffers from white coat syndrome.
Denis Leask
Denis Leask
28/11/2023
Very time I visit Brooklands Dental clinic. I’m always made to feel welcome! and the professsionalism of the staff are second to none.
chris russell
chris russell
23/11/2023
I have a real phobia of dentists but needed a tooth extracted so very reluctantly made an appointment here. All I can say is from the time I stepped inside the reception area until the time all my treatment had finished - the service was excellent. The staff are all so caring and understanding and made me feel at ease. All very friendly too. I have recommended a friend who has already made an appointment. I will be back in 6 months for a check up - which I have never done before. I always wait for a problem before I go to the dentist.
Ashley Taylor
Ashley Taylor
18/11/2023
I’ve been registered here for many years and every time I visit the service is outstanding, as soon as you walk in your put at ease by the great staff on reception and it continues throughout. I don’t live local but I wouldn’t go anywhere else
Northampton HR
Northampton HR
15/11/2023
Skilful kind gentle professional

Exploring Options for Partial and Complete Dentures

Along with the latest state-of-the-art technologies, Dentures have also improved in comfort, stability and longevity. Dentures are classified as partial or full

Partial Dentures, a tailored dental solution designed to address the loss of a specific number of teeth, offer not just aesthetic benefits but functional support as well. Crafted with precision using cutting-edge dental technology, these dentures seamlessly integrate with adjacent natural teeth, providing stability and support. Beyond enhancing your smile, partial dentures contribute to the overall balance of your bite, allowing for improved chewing efficiency and maintaining the alignment of surrounding teeth.

With a commitment to both form and function, our skilled team at Brooklands Dental Clinic ensures that your partial dentures offer a natural and comfortable fit, restoring confidence in your daily activities.

A Complete Denture replaces all the teeth in one dental arch.

As with any kind of prosthesis, Dentures take time to get used to. Good prosthetic dentistry is a team effort involving patient, dental technician and dentist. We take time to ensure your dentures are a perfect fit. This is the case as we realise you will be wearing them for most of the day and it is imperative that they do not irritate your gums or cause problems eating. With some practice, most patients find their speech, appearance and confidence will be 100%.

In some cases, i.e. when the patient has a complete lower denture, implants may be recommended to hold the replacement teeth in position. This may be necessary as the complete lower denture is largely retained by the skill of the patient to hold it in place using the tongue, lips and cheek muscles.