64-year wait to find dental solution at the Denture Clinic
Meeting Theresa Reardon is an unforgettable experience. Full of smiles, full of stories and full of life, she possesses a vitality that contradicts her senior years. Here is a woman with a gloriously infectious personality but her companionable nature masked a lifelong problem – her teeth.
A dental tourist who travelled to a Budapest clinic to try to solve a 64-year-old problem with her dentures, she finally found an answer with the Denture Clinic.
At 82 years of age her singularly determined endeavour was not diminished by the passing of time or the catalogue of dental failures that charted her life.
“I was determined to find an answer and I found Steven Burchell at the Denture Clinic,” she declares.
Her breakthrough came eight years ago while visiting a friend in Wolverhampton.
Theresa adds: “I’d come to my friend’s [home] and in a quiet moment was reading the free paper. I saw a story about a lady who couldn’t eat properly and how Steven had sorted her out, so I kept the cutting.”
Eight years passed before she was prompted to look at the narrative again after her denture prescription from the Hungarian capital broke.
“I read it over and over again, booked an appointment, got on the train and made my way to Dudley,” she recalls.
On the day she was fitted with her new prescription she decided to celebrate with a meal out. “I was advised to take it gently, but my teeth felt so good I thought I’ll have a steak. I really enjoyed it,” she says.