Having multiple teeth extracted can feel devastating on several levels. Missing teeth can affect your ability to enjoy foods you once loved. Missing teeth can also affect your speech. For many, tooth loss develops into a loss of confidence – especially when smiling and socializing with others. Dentures can change all this. Dentures are the best way to restore not only your smile but the function of your teeth.
Denture technology has drastically improved in recent years. These upgrades have created durable, long-lasting dentures and appear the same as your natural teeth. If you’ve been impacted by the loss of your teeth, let us help.
To get started, all you have to do is pick up your phone. Call us at 1-888-351-1473. A member of our experienced staff will find a qualified professional in your area and schedule your appointment for the earliest convenient time possible.
Finding a trusted dental professional shouldn’t feel overwhelming. The professionals at Emergency Dental Services can match you with the best dental provider to meet your needs.
We work with the best dentists in your area to ensure you will be completely satisfied with your experience. Our dental providers will work with you to find the best dentures to match your lifestyle and budget.
Dentures are available in different levels of durability and style. We can match you with the best set of dentures that are just as unique as you. Our dental providers will ensure you fully understand your options. Your complete satisfaction is our top priority.
It is important to care for your dentures as if they were your natural teeth. Dentures are a major investment, and you want to protect that investment. Even with proper care, dentures can be affected by wear and tear over time. General wear and tear can lead to possible realignments, adjustments, or repairs. When you need your dentures adjusted, we have you covered. Our cosmetic dental professionals will provide the care you need to keep your dentures fully functional. We work with you through selection, placement, and upkeep to assure that you are always in good hands.
These dentures are designed with maximum durability in mind. They come in a wide variety of shades to help achieve a close color match to your natural teeth.
These dentures are made to last and hold up well. Their strength may just be the perfect choice for you. They also come in multiple colors to match your gums and teeth.
These dentures are made for everyday wear.
Strong and reliable, these dentures are also designed to be affordable.
These dentures are strong and secure thanks to a metal frame that stabilizes them. They are also made to resemble the appearance of your own gum tissue.
These dentures are designed to last. They also come with many options for personalization so that you can create a look that is true to the color of your teeth and gums.
These dentures look completely believable and realistic. They will fit in your along with other teeth and your gums beautifully.
A: Partial dentures are for those who only have some of their teeth missing. They are designed to help prevent existing teeth from moving around, while also providing functionality and looking fashionable. Full dentures are designed for those who are missing all of their teeth from both the upper and lower jaws. They provide their wearers with a new look and better functionality.
A: It’s common for dentures to last 8-10 years, although the actual number could be more or less, depending on how well cared for they are. If you care for your dentures similar to how normal teeth should be cared for, they will last you a long time. Be sure to take them in for repairs and realignments when needed.
A: You should brush and floss them just as you would with normal teeth, as they can experience some of the same problems. You want to avoid excess tartar building up and prevent staining through consistent brushing. Your dentist will explain to you what the best cleaning methods are, as well as the best cleaning products and where to buy them.
A: Pricing changes based on if you select a full or partial set, and the style of denture that you choose. Complete dentures usually range from $1,000 - $1,500, while temporary or partial dentures can cost between $1,500 - $1,800. The majority of dental insurances have benefits for dentures, so the out-of-pocket cost for you may be much lower.