Since 1978, Gentle Dental's Dentures has dedicated our professional efforts to improve the life of denture wearers by offering affordable, comfort feeling dentures.
Our major goals have always been to offer Dentures at: Affordable pricing | Maximum good looks | Maximum comfort | Maximum chewing ability| Maximum tightness| and with a satisfaction guarantee.
Gentle Dental, A leader in denture progress has pioneered soft dentures, bionic molars, and the denture wearers training program.
Gentle Dental also features mini implants to anchor down lower dentures. Gentle Dental provides sensible and affordable step-by-step plans for first-time denture wearers, that help saves good teeth whenever possible and offer interest-free financing.
Thousands of satisfied patients over the last 40 years. We believe in a free initial consultation for every new patient to help the patient get to know the dentist before deciding on a plan.
Nowadays there are dentists offering cheap dentures, we are seeing a substantial amount of dissatisfied new patients who have purchased these dentures. They are finding out that the old adage you get what you pay for applies here. We have decided to offer a new program for these patients. Gentle Dental will now reimburse you for the full cost of these inferior dentures against our snug fit, comfort dentures. Certain restriction apply. See below.
No matter what your dental situation (problem) is - you will always receive valuable information from Gentle Dental.
Sets of dentures have been found dating from the 15th century and probably existed before that time. Carved from bone or ivory, or made up of teeth from dead or living donors, these dentures were uncomfortable and rotted after extended use. The first porcelain dentures were made around 1770 by Alexis Duchateau. In 1791 the first British patent was granted to Nicholas Dubois De Chemant, previously assistant to Duchateau. De Chemant's patent specification said (in part): "A composition for the purpose of making of artificial teeth either single double or in rows or in complete sets and also springs for fastening or affixing the same in a more easy and effectual manner than any hitherto discovered which said teeth may be made of any shade or color, which they will retain for any length of time and will consequently more perfectly resemble the natural teeth." He began selling his dentures in 1792 with most of his porcelain paste supplied by Wedgwood. Single teeth in porcelain were made from 1808. Later, dentures were made of vulcanite and then, in the 20th century, acrylic resin and other plastics. In Britain in 1968 79% of those aged 65-74 had no natural teeth, by 1998 this proportion had fallen to 36%.