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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Alabama

Dealing with tooth loss can affect a person’s self-esteem. Missing teeth can change the way you speak and enjoy your food. It can even change the way you smile, making you feel self-conscious. Quality, natural-looking dentures can help restore confidence and allow you to enjoy all aspects of life again.

Denture technology has advanced significantly in recent years, and dentures can provide the means to allow you to feel like yourself again. In Alabama, the trusted dental providers at Emergency Dental Service can help.

Quick & Convenient Services In Alabama

Finding the perfect dentures to fit your needs begins with finding a quality denture professional in Alabama. Emergency Dental Services works with the best dental providers throughout the state. Our experienced dentists can help you explore your different options so that you can find the right dentures for your budget and lifestyle.

Tailored to Your Needs

Dentures are available in different styles that can all be tailored to your unique needs. Our dental professionals can help you make the right selection based on your lifestyle. Different dentures provide different stability, as well as durability. Your dentist will help evaluate what your top priorities are, matching you with the right dentures for your complete satisfaction.

Get to Know Your Options for Well-Fitting, Natural-Looking Dentures

Traditional Dentures:

This option starts with a custom mold that is shaped to your mouth, ensuring the dentures will fit snugly on your gums. This option essentially floats on top of the gums and is held in place by an adhesive or paste. Traditional dentures may shift when eating or speaking, which is an important aspect to consider.

Implant Dentures

This option is perfect for those who are looking for more stability. A fixed bridge is created by implants that are embedded into the jawbone. The dentures are then fixed to the implant. These dentures function just like natural teeth.

Overdenture

This is another great option for those who want to ensure stability. They appear the same as conventional dentures, but they are secured in place by clipping or screwing into titanium dental implants.

Denture FAQ's

Q: What is the difference between full or partial dentures?

A: Full dentures are designed for individuals who have needed to have all their teeth removed from their upper or lower arches. Partial dentures are designed for those missing some, but not all their teeth. This helps to prevent teeth from shifting due to gaps.

Q: How long will my dentures last?

A: With proper care, a full denture can last eight to 10 years. This largely depends on your ability to properly maintain your teeth. Most dentures need to be cared for the same way you would care for your natural teeth. The level of wear and tear can also affect how long dentures will ultimately last. You will likely need your dentures realigned, repaired, or remade due to normal wear as well.

Q: How do I care for my dentures?

A: Dentures can experience the same issues as natural teeth. This involves consistent brushing and flossing to prevent staining and tartar. Proper cleaning helps to prevent plaque buildup, which can cause irritations and infections. Your dentist will instruct you on proper cleaning methods and cleaning products.

Q: How much do dentures cost?

A: Prices can range depending on the option you select, and whether you need a full or partial set. Complete dentures can cost $1,000-$1,500, and immediate dentures can cost $1,500-$1,800. Most dental insurance providers offer denture coverage benefits that can drastically reduce the cost associated with dentures.