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About 1 in 5 people wear dentures*, which means there are millions just like you. We’ve created this space to help you understand more about your new experience and guide you every step of the way.

* GSK data on file. Global Omnibus study.

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A new life with partials will probably mean you have some questions. But don't worry, we have you covered with our dedicated hub to help guide you on your first steps with partials.


  • Will I be able to eat or speak like I used to?

    This is naturally one of the big concerns for new denture wearers and will affect people in different ways. Try not to worry if pronouncing certain words or eating certain foods is tricky at first; it just takes a bit of practice.

  • Once I’ve gotten my dentures, will they last forever?

    Dentures are pretty tough, but they're not indestructible and they are softer than natural teeth. A proper denture care routine will help keep them looking their best and your dental professional will advise you whenever the right moment for an adjustment will be.

  • What should I do if my dentures are loose?

    If your dentures feel loose, try using a denture adhesive to help keep them in place. If you’re experiencing discomfort, schedule a visit with your dentist. Your gums and bone structure change over time, so you may need to have your dentures adjusted or replaced. Most sets should last 5 to 10 years.

  • What should I do if my dentures are broken?

    If your dentures don’t fit properly or haven’t been replaced in more than 5 to 10 years, they can chip or crack. As soon as you notice any damage, see your dentist. Do not try fixing your dentures at home as this can cause further damage.