With Enigma only you and your patients need know they're wearing dentures

An Enigma denture - the cosmetic solution

Choosing a denture that looks like your patient's own natural teeth will make a world of difference to them

Nowadays it is no longer necessary for dentures to look false. The dental team can provide their patients with highly attractive and cosmetic dentures, allowing you to look good, whilst feeling confident and attractive. 

The Enigma Denture System allows wearers, young and old, to still look great and feel confident. People are often surprised how natural their Enigma dentures look, frequently allowing them to be worn without others knowing. In 2004 Schottlander were honoured to receive the Queen's Award for their Enigma Teeth and Denture System.

Since 1922 Schottlander have been specialists in the tooth and denture products that go into the making of cosmetic dentures. These products are supplied to dental professionals internationally.


The Enigma Philosophy & System

The importance of dentures to the wearer and the goal of prosthodontic privacy, when only you and your patient know they're wearing dentures, lies at the heart of the Enigma philosophy.

From this philosophy come the Enigma System created after more than five years research and development. At its centre is a range of denture teeth, exploiting advanced computer technology to achieve precise control of multiple colour-component layers and completely uniform polymerization. Also included are a highly impact resistant acrylic base material, a range of colour tone acrylics which replicate the natural gingival appearance and ancillary instruments, training and marketing material. The resultant dentures both look exceptionally natural and possess outstanding strength and durability.





Visually, I don't feel people are looking at me and saying "she's got false teeth"... I just wish this had happened years and years ago. "They are lovely. They feel like my own teeth. Even my daughter can't tell. "People often say you've got nice teeth, you've got a nice smile and that's something no one had ever said. It was great, I couldn't stop smiling then."