Dentures are convenient removable replacements for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They are available as complete dentures or partial dentures and can be attached to existing teeth for a comfortable fit. Mouth Dental provides a professional and caring service for dentures in Canary Wharf backed by an experienced dental team and affordable prices. Depending on the type of dentures you opt for, based on quality and budget the average price range is as follows:

Dentures Canary Wharf

Dentures at Mouth Dental

Mouth Dental is a dental practice providing a state-of-the-art multi-clinic setting in Canary Warf for routine, cosmetic and specialist dental care to over 9000 patients. We bring together clinicians, specialists and consultants under one roof to provide a wide portfolio of general and cosmetic treatments including dentures. This allows our patients to receive care in one location without being referred elsewhere.

All our treatments including custom-fit dentures are backed by our team of experienced consultants and specialists, who are the backbone of our dental practices. We also use the latest industry technological innovations. We take pride in helping our patients enjoy good oral health and regain confidence through their smiles.

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What is the process involved in getting dentures?

During the initial consultation, you will discuss with your dentist, the best denture option for you as there are many varieties to choose from. Unfortunately, teeth removals are a necessary part of getting dentures. You can also discuss the cost and make a decision based on your budget.

Thereafter, your dentist will take the measurements for your custom dentures.

Once the necessary tooth extraction procedure has been done, you may be fitted with immediate dentures to make the transition period easier before being fitted with your permanent ones.

Cost Breakdown

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£500 to £700

is the lowest charge

£900 to £1250

for mid-range full set dentures

£1500 to £2500

for premium-range full set dentures


Cost Breakdown

We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and debit cards. We regret we are unable to accept cheques.

£500 to £700

is the lowest charge

£900 to £1250

for mid-range full set dentures

£1500 to £2500

for premium-range full set dentures

What are the different types of Dentures?

Dentures are removable replacements for missing natural teeth. They are two main types available. Complete dentures replace all the teeth and rest on the gums. This can be further divided as:

  • Conventional dentures which are made after all the teeth have been removed and the gum tissue has healed. They are usually placed about eight to 12 weeks after teeth removal.
  • Immediate dentures are made in advance and can be placed immediately after the teeth have been removed. However, as the bones and gums heal and shrink the dentures may not feel comfortable during the healing period. This means they need a few adjustments to fit properly which is why they are generally considered as a temporary solution until conventional dentures can be used.
  • Partial dentures that replace some of the teeth. These are attached to existing teeth and cover the gum area of the missing teeth. Not only does it fill in the spaces, but partial dentures prevent the other teeth from changing positions. Precision partial dentures are removable and come with internal attachments rather than claps which helps them attach to adjacent crowns.

What are the benefits of wearing dentures?

The dentures of today are comfortable, durable and dependable. They restore the functions which become restrictive or difficult when we lose teeth.

  • Speak and smile with confidence as your natural smile is restored
  • You can chew your food properly
  • They help you counter bone loss and prevent your facial muscles from sagging.
  • Partial dentures prevent excessive wear and tear on your remaining natural teeth.
  • Dentures can even be worn by people who do not have the healthiest of jaw bones

Types of conditions that require dentures

Dentures have undergone many material changes but have been in use for centuries as a means to solve the problems missing teeth create. Today dentures are available in a variety of materials such as porcelain and ceramic. They are designed to withstand powerful bite forces allowing the wearer to enjoy eating with confidence.

Geriatric Dentistry

As people reach old age, natural teeth have a tendency to become loose or fall out completely. At a certain age, the nerves inside the teeth become smaller and less sensitive so that by the time pain is felt from a cavity it is too late to save the tooth.


Teeth become greatly affected by illness because some cause widespread decay or infections. For example diabetes can create an increased build-up of sugar in the mouth which can lead to periodontal disease. Injuries too cause teeth to become loose or to come out completely.

Frequently asked questions

I need dentures. How do I begin the process?

First let your dentist examine your mouth, teeth and gums and determine which dentures would be best for you. You can also discuss how many teeth will need to be extracted, the cost and whether you need immediate dentures till your custom dentures are ready.

What are the different types of dentures?
  • Complete full dentures
  • Partial dentures
  • Custom dentures
  • Immediate dentures
  • Dental implant supported dentures
  • Snap-in dentures
  • Overdentures
  • Upper dentures
  • Economy dentures
What is the difference between permanent dentures and partial dentures?

Permanent dentures are the ones that have been custom made for you and replace all your natural teeth. Partial dentures are suitable if you still have some of your natural teeth. They help prevent your remaining teeth for moving and causing further complications.

How long do dentures last? Do I have to get them re-fitted?

Generally dentures last from about 7 – 10 years, depending on the quality of the dentures you have. Small changes in the fit can happen over time owing to changes in your gums and the wear and tear on the dentures themselves. Getting them realigned as soon as you feel a change will help them last longer and prevent damage to your mouth.

What should I do if the dentures feel loose or heavy?

Dentures that feel loose or heavy are a sign that you need to visit your dentist for a realignment. If they are loosening frequently and do not feel as comfortable as before then you need to have your dentures refitted immediately. Wearing ill-fitting dentures can lead to oral health complications.

The dentures are causing injury to my gums. Is this normal? What should I do?

There will be adjusting pains till you get used to your dentures. Your gums will feel sensitive, but the good news is that it will not last. You can use a topical anaesthetic and rinse your mouth with salt water. Remove your dentures at night and soak them in a cleaning solution or water. If they continue to cause severe pain or injury though, consult your dentist.

Can I eat with my dentures on?

Yes you can. It may take a little time to adjust to eating with dentures but once you are used to it you will find eating more enjoyable. You can eat almost any types of food except sticky candy, chewing gum and whole nuts. To begin with cut your food into bite sized pieces and use both sides of your mouth to chew the food to even out the pressure.

Can I sleep with dentures on?

It is best not to. It can lead to health issues in the long run. Removing them before you go to sleep will keep your mouth free from bacteria build up and give your gums a rest.

How do I clean the dentures?

Use a non-abrasive cleaner or toothpaste to brush your dentures. Then soak in a cleaning solution or water.

Brush but never scrub your dentures once before wearing your dentures.

Use a bowl of water or a shallow sink to clean your dentures and place in a soft towel to protect them breakage.

What should I do if the dentures get damaged?

Make an immediate appointment to see your dentist. Take your dentures out and soak them in the cleaning solution and place them in a secure case for transport. Do not wear damaged dentures.

How much do dentures cost?

£500 to £700 is the lowest charge.
£900 to £1250 for mid-range full set dentures.
£1500 to £2500 for premium-range full set dentures.

Payment options at Mouth Dental

Mouth Dental offers payment plans for dentures to help spread out the cost. There is a ‘pay as you go’ option. Learn more about the 0% interest-free finance over 12 months and the 9.9% interest for up to five years done in partnership with Chrysalis Finance.

What are the things I should consider when selecting a clinic for the treatment?

Do not simply be guided by cost as there is a lot more involved.
Check reviews and references and discuss with other people wearing dentures for advice and suggestions
Check the technology provided by the clinic and the aftercare if needed.
Check the experience, education and professional qualifications of the dentists affiliated to the clinic.
Check if easy payment schemes are offered.

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