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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Arkansas

Losing teeth can be a difficult blow to your self-esteem. Simple tasks like enjoying food, speaking clearly, and smiling become inconvenient or even uncomfortable. You should never have to feel embarrassed about your smile. Professionally made and high-quality dentures could be your key to gaining confidence in the appearance of your teeth and limiting irritations from eating and speaking.

Over the last several years, the technology surrounding dentures has made leaps and bounds, and the affordability of high-quality dentures is easily within your grasp. Emergency Dental Service in Arkansas can help you find the dental provider whose denture services best fit your needs.

You can call our number at any time, and it’s easy to get started on your journey to high-quality dentures. Once you call 1-888-351-1473, you’ll only have to enter your zip code. We’ll then be able to assist in locating the dental office that works best for you and schedule your appointment.

Quick and Convenient Service In Arkansas

We work with highly professional dental service providers in Arkansas. We want to make sure you receive high-quality and competent care. The dentists we work with are experienced and well-equipped. They’ll help you choose the right dentures for your personal needs and your budget.

Tailored to Your Needs

Dentures are available in unique types and styles. They can be suited to your individual lifestyle needs, and our dental professionals will work with you to determine what dentures are the right fit for you. With differing levels of resilience and stability, it’s important for a competent expert to assess your denture needs and preferences, providing both functionality and satisfaction.

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

Traditional Dentures:

Traditional dentures consist of prosthetic teeth attached to a mold that is custom fitted to your gums, allowing your dentures to fit snugly in your mouth. This style of denture is attached to your gums with an adhesive. Because they are attached in this way, they could shift in your mouth when chewing or speaking, which should be taken into consideration.

Implant Dentures

These dentures allow for more security than traditional dentures. The implant is attached to the jawbone, and a fixed bridge is created. Then, the teeth are attached to the bridge. The process is more involved, though the dentures act just as your natural teeth would.


Another option with more stability than traditional dentures, overdentures function very similarly to implant dentures. However, instead of using a bridge, they are kept in place by titanium implants. The dentures are then clipped or screwed into these implants.

Denture FAQ's

Q: How long do dentures last?

A: When properly cared for, full dentures can last from eight to ten years. Different factors can affect the longevity of your dentures, and you should take care of your dentures like you would natural teeth. Maintain a healthy schedule of brushing and flossing to keep your dentures healthy. The natural wear and tear on your teeth will also affect how long they last. It’s likely that you will need repairs to your dentures from normal wear.

Q: What is the difference between partial and complete dentures?

A: Complete dentures are needed when all the teeth, either on your top or bottom jaw, need to be replaced. If your existing natural teeth are healthy, partial dentures can be used and can help prevent those natural teeth from shifting into the gaps of removed teeth.

Q: Which type of dentures is the best fit for me?

A: An expert dentist can help you consider your preferences for stability, convenience in your lifestyle, and your budget for dentures. This will allow you to select the right denture fit for you.

Q: How do I take care of dentures?

A: Be sure to care for your dentures like you would natural teeth through a maintained brushing and flossing schedule to prevent staining and buildup. Your dentist can assist you with what products and methods are the best for cleaning your dentures.