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For new phone enquiries, you can call us between 08.00 and 22.00 on to speak to our treatment coordinator Monday to Sunday on 01580 848 171.

*Terms: We will provide you with an approximate estimate of costs and time frame by email. The actual cost with written treatment plan is subject to a dental examination at our practice in Staplehurst. We offer Free Consultations which you can book on 01580 848171.

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Staplehurst Dental Practice

4 Station Road

Staplehurst

Tonbridge

Kent

TN12 0QE

01580 848 171

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Having spent 14 or 15 years not being able to eat properly...and now I can just do everything! I’m just absolutely delighted.

If you have loose or ill-fitting dentures, your ability to eat and speak may become affected. Due to advances in dentistry, there is now a procedure whereby your denture can be fixed to your jaw with dental implants. This treatment, known as implant overdentures or denture stabilisation, offers patients with dentures a more permanent solution and can improve quality of life significantly. You will be able to enjoy your favourite foods again and feel comfortable smiling, safe in the knowledge that your dentures are staying put. Here is how it works:

  1. You will require surgery to have the implants placed into your jaw.

  2. Once the implants have integrated with the bone and surrounding tissues for a period of time, your dentures are placed on top of the implants through a range of special fixtures.

  3. This means your dentures can still be removed for cleaning, but will stay put once in place.

Life Benefits​
  • Enjoy a natural-looking smile and improved confidence in public.

  • Experience less irritation of your gums caused by dentures and you don't need to take your teeth out at night.

  • You can eat, chew and bite without your dentures falling out or having to stick to a soft food diet for the rest of your life.

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