Denture Repairs

Dentures are an important part of many people’s lives, allowing them to eat and speak normally. However, dentures can be easily damaged, and when they break, it can be difficult to repair them on your own. That’s where our denture repair service comes in. Whether you have a broken full denture or a partial denture that needs to be fixed or relined, we can help. No matter what type of denture repair you need, we’re here to help.
We aim to carry out denture repairs while you wait. It is recommended you make an appointment to help minimise your waiting time. We provide no guarantees on denture repairs, particularly as many patients who bring in broken dentures are really in need of new dentures. If this is the case we will advise you on the cost for new dentures while you wait for your repair.
If your dentures break please DO NOT super glue them back together. The glue melts the edges of the acrylic (the denture base material) and means it is a lot harder for us to repair, if we can repair them at all. The glue is also very harmful to you and could make you unwell. If you have glued your denture we do not guarantee we can repair them for the standard price, as further work may be necessary.
We always aim to give you the best service we can. We offer a free consultation service while you wait for your denture to be repaired. Should you decide to have something new, we even start the process same day, while you wait for your repair.

Relines:

Denture reline refers to resurfacing of the side of your denture that touches the soft tissues in your mouth.
This helps the dentures fit more comfortably. This process is very useful when your denture is loose. If you're experiencing something similar then don't hesitate to book an appointment with us to get this service timely. But, if you are looking for soft reline, we might request to retain your dentures for several days. Read More...

Addition:

Losing a tooth naturally can be distressing, but we can help you out by attaching a new tooth to your existing denture
which matches the old one perfectly. Read More...

Home Visits:

We do provide home visits along with consultancy service for the ease of our clients. A final
recommendation will be provided after a full assessment and evaluation of your needs. The availability of this service is limited and it will be provided only at a private residence. Read More...

Anti-Snoring Device:

Snoring can be neutralized even if you fall asleep. If it is not taken into account, then it can become a major problem
because it can seriously impact your life and relationships as well as being a sign of a medical condition called 'sleep apnoea'. Our anti-snoring device is specially designed to minimise restrictions in breathing. It is placed in the mouth at night time, so it can hold the lower jaw while keeping the airway open. This allows the natural flow of air and reduces your chances of snoring. Read More...

More Services

Denture Relines

Relines:

Denture reline refers to resurfacing of the side of your denture that touches the soft tissues in your mouth.
This helps the dentures fit more comfortably. This process is very useful when your denture is loose. If you're experiencing something similar then don't hesitate to book an appointment with us to get this service timely. But, if you are looking for soft reline, we might request to retain your dentures for several days. Read More...
Additions to Dentures

Addition:

Losing a tooth naturally can be distressing, but we can help you out by attaching a new tooth to your existing denture
which matches the old one perfectly. Read More...
Home Visit

Home Visits:

We do provide home visits along with consultancy service for the ease of our clients. A final recommendation will
be provided after a full assessment and evaluation of your needs. The availability of this service is limited and it will be provided only at a private residence. Read More...
anti snoring device

Anti-Snoring Device:

Snoring can be neutralized even if you fall asleep. If it is not taken into account, then it can become a major problem
because it can seriously impact your life and relationships as well as being a sign of a medical condition called 'sleep apnoea'. Our anti-snoring device is specially designed to minimise restrictions in breathing. It is placed in the mouth at night time, so it can hold the lower jaw while keeping the airway open. This allows the natural flow of air and reduces your chances of snoring. Read More...

Gum Shield:

Gum shields are soft protectors that work as a thick layer around your teeth to improve protection against mouth injuries
while playing any type of sport. Gum shields are available in various colors of your choice. A gum shield must be part of your sports protection kit and a well fitted gum shield is essential. Poorly made gum shields can leave you vulnerable to tooth damage and injury. Read More...
Mouth Gard

Mouth Guards:

Mouth-guards are devices specially designed to provide better protection to your teeth from grinding
or clenching while you sleep. Wearing a mouth-guard can help to reduce the amount of wear and tear on your teeth, and prevent gum recession and other problems associated with grinding your teeth at night. There are a variety of mouth-guards available on the market. In most cases, mouth-guards are made from soft materials that allow you to breathe easily while you sleep. They are also easy to clean, and can be worn for many years with proper care. If you think you might benefit from wearing a mouth-guard at night, be sure to talk to us about the best option for you. Read More...

Removable retainers:

Having braces removed is an exciting moment, but even after the active orthodontic treatment and your
period is complete braces have been removed, you will need to wear a retainer. A retainer is used to hold teeth in their new positions while the jawbone, gums, and muscles adapt. It's very important to know that without retainers teeth could move and your alignment could worsen. In some instances, retainers may be worn full-time for several months and then only at night indefinitely. Others may only need to be worn at night for a specified period of time. It is vital that you follow your orthodontist's recommendations or you may not achieve the desired results of treatment. Wearing your retainer as prescribed is the key to maintaining your new smile! Read More...
anti snoring device

Anti-Snoring Device:

Snoring can be neutralized even if you fall asleep. If it is not taken into account, then it can become a major problem
because it can seriously impact your life and relationships as well as being a sign of a medical condition called 'sleep apnoea'. Our anti-snoring device is specially designed to minimise restrictions in breathing. It is placed in the mouth at night time, so it can hold the lower jaw while keeping the airway open. This allows the natural flow of air and reduces your chances of snoring. Read More...

Removable retainers:

Having braces removed is an exciting moment, but even after the active orthodontic treatment and your
period is complete braces have been removed, you will need to wear a retainer. A retainer is used to hold teeth in their new positions while the jawbone, gums, and muscles adapt. It's very important to know that without retainers teeth could move and your alignment could worsen. In some instances, retainers may be worn full-time for several months and then only at night indefinitely. Others may only need to be worn at night for a specified period of time. It is vital that you follow your orthodontist's recommendations or you may not achieve the desired results of treatment. Wearing your retainer as prescribed is the key to maintaining your new smile! Read More...

Get in touch today

To enquire about any of our services and to book an appointment with our expert team, please call your nearest clinic; Horsham 01403 210616,
Worthing 01903 501133, Redhill 01737 773040, or Horley 01293 774687.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions regarding Denture Repair

A: We strongly advise attempting to glue or repair your dentures yourself. Super glue can damage your denture further and isn’t approved for medical use.

A: Same day denture repair is possible but we cannot guarantee this service. It depends on how damaged your dentures are and how long it will take to fix them.

A: Yes, we strongly recommend our patients have two sets of dentures in case one set gets damaged. Visit our new dentures page for more information.

A: We offer very competitive pricing but please contact us for our denture repair prices as we need to know how bad the damage is and if it’s repairable.