What happens at your first Denture Consultation Appointment?
We will need to obtain appropriate consent at your first appointment.
An updated medical history is required
Denture options are explained to you you before carrying out any work.
This will include the advantages and disadvantages of the many types of dentures that are on the market today.
A treatment plan and total denture price, will be given at the end of your free denture consultation.
We provide denture information and give you time to digest and think about what you would like to do.
It is important that you are able to make an informed choice in your own time. If you need further assistance please ask, we are happy to advise.
All booked appointment visits are inclusive of the Treatment Plan price.
Please be aware that all treatment advertised may not be appropriate for every patient and that it is conditional on a satisfactory assessment being carried out.
Please call for a free denture consultation with Mr Joe Gaeta Clinical Dental Technician (CDT)
Denture Repair Service
Denture Repair Prices start from £50
Denture Repair Service while you wait.
Please call for more information 01908 614156 or 07966491895
( leave a short message providing your name and contact details, we will respond as soon as possible)
Stay & Wait for your denture in our reception
Alternatively drop off your broken denture and arrange to collect it later.
Please avoid using super glue to fix your denture, as this destroys the fitting surface which could compromise a successful repair.
Gaeta Dental Laboratory Services:
- Complete or Partial Dentures
- Chrome Cobalt Dentures
- Acrylic Dentures
- Additional teeth added to your existing dentures
- Relining your denture
Stain removal price from £30
Registration No CA015394
Registration No ZA296679
The Team at Gaeta Dental Laboratory Ltd:
Mr Joe Gaeta CDT GDC Number: 121159
Mrs H Gaeta RDN GDC Number: 216430
Mr L Gaeta Dental Tec GDC Number: 266500
Mr G Richardson Dental Tec GDC Number: 129438
What is a Clinical Dental Technician?
Mr Joe Gaeta is a member of BACDT
What is a Clinical Dental Technician?
Clinical Dental Technicians (CDT’s) are registered Dental Care Professionals (DCP’s), who are regulated by the General Dental Council.
Qualifying as a clinical dental technician involves years of intensive study that exceeds dental technician’s training through additional modules in sciences, clinical skills and customer care. Their position allows them to offer patients direct treatment for the construction, repairing and fitting of removable dental appliances. Whilst dentists and clinical dental technicians work independently of each other, they may confer on treatments when it is in the best interest of the patient.
Whilst most commonly used by denture-wearers, clinical dental technicians can offer a range of services, including advice on oral health. Along with performing technical and clinical procedures for removable dental appliances, clinical dental technicians can carry out intensive clinical examinations to search for oral abnormalities and refer patients to other health care professionals where necessary.
The scope of practice for clinical dental technicians is specific to ensure the safety and well-being of patients. If you are a patient who feels that they are being provided with services outside the technician’s job description, it is important to report it to the correct authorities.
Qualified CDT’s have undertaken extensive training to be able to provide a range of denture products to the public. To find out more about ‘The Scope of Practice’
1. BACDT members are committed to providing high quality service and products. All full members are registered with the GDC and practise in accordance with the ethical guidance.
2. BACDT members will provide clear descriptions of products and services offered and make their prices available to ensure that marketing material is truthful.
3. All materials used by BACDT members are CE marked and all custom made dental appliances are compliant with the Medical Devices Directive.
4. BACDT members are committed to keeping up to date with latest products & development in the interests of patients.
5. BACDT members ensure that they have adequate professional indemnity cover.
6. BACDT members operate within clinical environments and adhere to current infection control protocols.
7. BACDT members work within the GDC requirements for the Scope of Practice document and as part of the full registered dental team in accordance with the GDC regulatory framework, referring patients where necessary.
8. BACDT members will carry out treatment taking due care and attention to minimise any inconvenience to patients.
9. BACDT members actively uphold the GDC’s ‘Principles of Practice in Dentistry’ as outlined below:
As a dental professional, we are responsible for doing the following:
1. Putting patients’ interests first and acting to protect them.
2. Respecting patients’ dignity and choices.
3. Protecting the confidentiality of patients’ information.
4. Co-operating with other members of the dental team and other healthcare colleagues in the interests of patients.
5. Maintaining my professional knowledge and competence.
6. Being trustworthy