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Partial Dentures in Edinburgh

Upper and/or lower partial dentures (also called false teeth) are designed to fill the gap created by missing teeth so you can smile without having to worry about a thing.

  • Great care is taken to provide extra support to the inside of the mouth to allow the muscles to be well supported.
  • We have a huge selection of teeth from which we can help you choose the right ones for you.

What are Partial Dentures?
Each denture is custom made to your exacting requirements. As such, no two dentures are alike. Great care is taken to provide extra support to the inside of the mouth to allow the muscles to be well supported. Part denture options can be split into two features.
Partial dentures are designed to fit in any gaps that are left by one or two missing teeth. They may be made from premium plastics, metal or nylon and usually clip into some of your natural teeth by metal or composite clasps. Sometimes we can forego the clasps if we can use existing teeth to hold specially designed crowns which can then clip onto the dentures. Whilst this does need planning it can be a great way to make your denture feel even more natural.
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Neeraj Puri
GDC No. 71646
Principal Dentist
0131 225 9093
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Teeth Options

We have a huge selection of teeth, from which we can help you to choose the right ones for you.

These can vary from quality acrylic teeth to premium quality composite teeth with numerous colours and light reflection properties that mimic the natural dentition.

The investment varies between £150 to £350 depending on the type chosen.


Frame options

Acrylic – most cost effective material benefitting from the same high impact material that full dentures are made of, so they are less brittle and less likely to break on impact. This option comes with colour toned gum work, which, if you have a high smile that exposes a lot of gum, can have the acrylic made to blend into this.

Chrome – this is a cast metal frame, which can be produced in very thin sections, removing the bulkiness that is often associated with acrylic. The metal conducts heat, which helps to give a natural feel. The rigidity of this material is good for stability and a precise fit.

Flexible – this very light material imparts comfort and gives a snug fit to the partial dentures. It can be produced in small, delicate but strong sections that allow an amazing fit into deep areas that other materials can’t enter easily.

Bio-dentaplast  – this highly biocompatible material is an alternative to metal frames for partial dentures. It is tooth coloured, flexible and can be designed to be a very delicate lightweight frame. Metal allergy sufferers, or those looking for a more holistic option would benefit from this material.

Frames cost from:

  • Acrylic: £850
  • Chrome: £950
  • Flexible: £1050
  • Bio-dentaplast: £1200

How are quality dentures made?

Crafting exceptional dentures takes a few weeks and several appointments. The usual steps are to:

  1. We sit down with you to discuss your needs and what improvements you want to make.
  2. We take  a series of  accurate moulds of your jaws with quality impression materials, as well as taking the measurements of how your jaws relate to each other and how much space there is between them.
  3. We follow a sequence of steps which are designed to get the best design and fit for your needs. These additional steps also allow you to have input in the process.
  4. Your bespoke denture is delivered to you.
  5. We review you after a week to ensure that we addressed your requirements.
Barry Dunford, Perthshire (2015)

I was looking for a holistic dentist who could offer a metal free implant, i.e. a zirconium implant. As a result of Neeraj Puri using laser technology during the treatment I found that there was almost no swelling and very little pain immediately after the dental surgery. After having had dental work over a number of years with other dentists, I can honestly say that Neeraj’s advice and technical ability is second to none. As a result, I now have a metal free zirconium implant which is functioning perfectly and has fully integrated into my jaw just like a natural tooth.

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Many people avoid visiting the dentist for as long as possible due to their fear - which may have stemmed from previous issues at a dentist’s office.

We spend lots of time and effort making sure our patients feel comfortable and build trust with us, as we want you to enjoy coming to the dentist as much as possible. Call us today to find out more 0131 225 9093.

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Trusted Technology we use at Integrated Dental

Our use of lasers puts us at the forefront of futuristic dentistry, as we offer an experience that has minimal discomfort and faster healing.

Our selection of lasers include our state of the art Waterlaser, a low level laser therapy (LLLT) laser, a soft tissue laser and a diagnostic laser.

Proving much safer than typical drills and with the chance to be more affordable than standard fees, our laser technology is helping us enter the future of dental surgery.

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