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 – and 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 own 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 and 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.
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 fresh worth into some denture wearers’ lives and to ultimately change the way they live by helping them to embrace life spontaneously.
The Denture Clinic formula is simple: From clinical assessment to denture provision, everything is in-house and it allows me to be fastidious about the quality of teeth we supply.