Most people never mention dentures and glamour in the same sentence, but I do all the time. I am a champion for denture wearers and have been seeking to break the taboo over this false teeth ‘Beauty and the Beast’ perception for decades.
Without cosmetic surgery, I have seen some of my patients lose ten years of ageing off their faces as I have replaced the natural framework for our features (teeth) with high-quality, hand-crafted, cosmetic dentures. Those ‘transformations’ have at times caught the imagination of the media and been central to building this landmark denture practice with a dedicated team, of which I’m fiercely proud.
We continue to attract patients from abroad – the ex-pats community from Spain and Portugal. Others from the Scottish Highlands, North Wales and the southern counties. Those who seek our help are as diverse as a former SAS mountain warfare specialist, medical professionals, a multi-millionaire with his jet, and ordinary salt-of-the-earth people from the Black Country.
People say I’m evangelical about cosmetic dentures. It’s true. And it’s because I know what denture excellence can achieve.
People have come to us with ill-fitting dentures, sunken cheeks and pinched lips. We have been privileged to transform their looks. Can dentures be glamorous? Emphatically, yes! Every week my clinic gives someone a brand new look, a recovered smile and often much more.
The creative power of dentistry
Some time ago Radio 4 highlighted some of the psychological difficulties denture wearers experience. Low self-esteem, embarrassment, fearful of forming new relationships. The list was comprehensive and, among my patients, some would have related to those powerful emotions.
I am driven by the creative force of modern dentistry to help bring new worth into some denture wearers’ lives. I ultimately aim to change the way they live by assisting them in embracing life.
The Denture Clinic formula is simple: From clinical assessment to denture provision, everything is in-house. This attention to detail allows me to be meticulous about the quality of the teeth we supply.