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Dental implants are a more permanent solution to denture alternatives in London because, they are fixed teeth on full jaw implants providing complete and functional rehabilitation of either an entire jaw or both jaws in just one day. Once they are fitted, they are built to last with proper aftercare, such as with regular flossing and brushing.

At EvoDental, we have made it our life’s work to provide denture alternatives in London, in the form of the advanced alternative to all-on-four dental implants – the EvoSolution – full jaw prosthetic bridge, secured in place by 4 or 6 implants.

As a unique rehabilitative treatment, our specialist team can use pterygoid implants to support the full jaw dental implants – eliminating the need for bone grafts or sinus lifts.

Our experts use advanced technology and materials to design and mill completely bespoke smile in a day dental implants in our state-of-the-art on-site laboratories.

So, why choose dental implants as denture alternatives in London? Let’s take a look more closely at dentures and the potential problems you may face.


What are Dentutres?

Dentures are removable prosthetics – artificial teeth and gums made from acrylic, nylon or metal – used to replace missing teeth and are supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavities in the mouth. They can be partial or full dentures.

Common problems with dentures

Transitioning from having natural teeth, even if they are failing or missing, to dentures can be quite challenging:

  • Discomfort

Dentures can be quite uncomfortable, especially in the beginning, when you’ve had your remaining teeth extracted. The dentures can rub on the gums, causing irritation and soreness, which can only be resolved by removing the dentures and rinsing the mouth with salt water.

  • Slipping

Unlike natural teeth that are naturally anchored in your gums, dentures are kept in place by the muscles in your mouth.

This means that they can easily dislodge and slip, particularly in the first few days and weeks, or when you are eating or talking.

You will need to constantly keep repositioning them to get them into the correct place.

If it doesn’t resolve itself, then you may need to start using adhesives, or you will need to speak to a dental professional.

  • Problems with speaking

Having dentures can affect the way you speak, especially in the early days, as your mouth will initially feel a bit strange once the dentures are in!

You will need to learn how to use your tongue and different muscles within your mouth – something which can take a bit of time for you to get used to.

Speaking often, or singing, will help.

  • Excess saliva

As dentures are a ‘foreign body’ in your mouth, this can lead to the body’s natural saliva production to increase, as it will think that you have food in your mouth. Time will resolve this, as eventually the excess saliva production will return to normal levels.

  • Difficulty eating

Sore gums and the feeling of the dentures in your mouth can actually hinder you when it comes to eating.

Dentures can constantly slip out when you’re eating and you may find that certain foods, such as seeded breads or hard toffee, will be impossible to eat or will end up underneath the dentures and rubbing against your gums.

You may have to start on soft foods and liquids initially, before moving up to more solid foods after a few weeks

If you have been told by your dentist that dentures are your only option for replacing your missing or failing teeth but you would prefer same day dental implants that will give you your self confidence back, then EvoDental are here to help.

We can help

If you want to find out if you’re suitable for our smile in a day dental implants, you can book your completely FREE, 90-minute consultation with us at one of our four clinics located in Liverpool, Heathrow, Solihull and Harley Street (London).

We will take a detailed medical and dental history from you, and will perform a Cone beam CT scan, which will provide us with an accurate picture of your dental situation. You can still be suitable for dental implants if you:

  • have been told that your only option is dentures
  • have been told that they don’t have enough healthy bone for implants
  • have failing teeth
  • suffer with gum disease

have undergone extensive dental work such as bridges and crowns.

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