Welcome to Twoth Dental + Facial Aesthetics in St. John’s Wood, London. A CQC registered clinic opened in 2022, offering the full range of treatments with a world-class team of experienced professionals. Experience exceptional dental and facial aesthetic care at Twoth Dental + Facial Aesthetics in St. John’s Wood, London.
At Twoth, we offer dental dentures treatment as a reliable solution for replacing missing teeth. Dental dentures are custom-made removable appliances that replace multiple or all missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They consist of artificial teeth set in a gum-colored acrylic base, designed to fit comfortably and securely in your mouth. This treatment helps restore your ability to eat, speak, and smile with confidence, while also supporting the structure of your face and preventing further oral health issues.
The benefits of dental dentures treatment extend beyond restoring your smile. Dentures improve your chewing ability, enabling you to enjoy a varied diet and maintain proper nutrition. They enhance your speech, allowing for clear and confident communication. Moreover, dentures provide support to your facial muscles, preventing a sunken appearance that can occur with missing teeth. This treatment option not only restores your oral function but also revitalizes your self-esteem and overall quality of life.
There are several benefits to Dentures, which is why it’s such a popular option with many patients in our London practice. We’ve gone over just a few of the Dentures benefits below.
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Mr. Aldaadaa (or AL as called by friends and patients) is a GDC registered Specialist Oral Surgeon with extensive training at world-prestigious universities and hospitals. He is amongst a handful of surgeons in the United Kingdom with triple higher training; in academic (PhD) and clinical Oral Surgery (MOralSurg) as well as Implant Dentistry (Cer.Imp.Dent) utilising the latest evidence based technology to provide high standard treatments.
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Your Implant Retained Dentures treatment will be tailored to your exact requirements; therefore, one treatment can be very different from the next. However, we’ve provided a basic overview of a Implant Retained Dentures below.
During the consultation, our dentist will evaluate your oral health, discuss your concerns, and determine the most suitable denture type for your needs. Impressions and measurements of your mouth will be taken to create personalized dentures that fit comfortably and securely.
If any remaining teeth need to be extracted, the dentist will perform the necessary extractions. Once the extraction sites have healed, the dentist will take impressions of your gums and any existing teeth to ensure proper denture fit. This may involve temporary dentures during the healing period.
Once your custom dentures are ready, they will be fitted and adjusted to ensure proper bite alignment and comfort. The dentist will provide instructions on how to care for and wear your dentures, including how to properly clean them and manage any initial discomfort.
Clean your dentures daily by brushing them with a soft-bristle brush or denture cleaner to remove food particles, plaque, and bacteria.
Take care of your oral hygiene by brushing your gums, tongue, and any remaining natural teeth with a soft-bristle toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste.
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Remove your dentures and rinse them after meals to remove any food particles.
Brush your dentures daily using a denture brush or a soft-bristle toothbrush and denture cleaner to remove plaque and stains.
If your dentures become loose, ill-fitting, or damaged, contact your dentist for adjustments or repairs to ensure optimal comfort and function.
Maintain regular dental check-ups to monitor the condition of your dentures, oral tissues, and overall oral health.
BDS (Kings College University of London), Cert Orth (New York University), Msc . Stem cells . Distinction (Kings College University of London)
GDC Number: 63959
BChd (Hons) MClinDent OS (UCL Eastman) MOralSurg (RCSEng) Cer.Imp.Dent (Warwick) PhD (UCL Eastman)
GDC Number: 275892
BDS University of Manchester
GDC NUMBER: 296144
BDS King's College London, PgDip Clear Aligner Orthodontics, PgCert Fixed Orthodontics, PgCert Restorative
GDC NUMBER: 252923
BDS King's College London
GDC NUMBER: 265147
GDC NUMBER: 292486
Diploma in Orthodontic Therapy Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh National Certificate NEBDN 1996
GDC NUMBER: 136639
Find the answer to the most common questions. Everything you need to know about Dentures
Dentures are one of the options available for replacing missing teeth. Other alternatives include dental implants and dental bridges. Your dentist will assess your specific case and recommend the most suitable treatment option.
The timeline for dentures can vary depending on individual circumstances. It may take several weeks from the initial consultation to the final placement, allowing for the fabrication of custom dentures that fit comfortably and provide optimal function.
Initially, you may experience some adjustment when eating and speaking with dentures. However, with practice and time, most patients adapt and regain normal function. Dental adhesives can be used to enhance stability and confidence.
With proper care and regular maintenance, dentures can last for many years. However, they may require occasional adjustments or relining to maintain a proper fit as your mouth changes over time.
It is generally recommended to remove your dentures at night to give your oral tissues a chance to rest. This also allows for proper cleaning and maintenance of the dentures.
Dentures should be cleaned daily using a denture brush or a soft-bristle toothbrush and denture cleaner. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or regular toothpaste, as they can damage the denture material.
Yes, dentures can often be repaired if they break or become damaged. It’s important to contact your dentist for professional evaluation and repair to ensure proper fit and function.
Dentures are designed to support facial muscles and restore a natural facial appearance. They can help prevent the sunken look that can occur with missing teeth, improving your overall facial aesthetics.
It is recommended to visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and oral health evaluations, even with dentures. Your dentist can ensure that your dentures fit properly, assess your oral tissues, and address any concerns or adjustments needed.
While there are denture repair kits available over the counter, it is best to consult your dentist for any adjustments or repairs. They have the expertise and proper tools to ensure the dentures are adjusted safely and effectively.