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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Colorado

Tooth loss can have devastating effects on your life and self-confidence. If you’re missing teeth, it can affect the way you eat, the way you speak, or even the way you smile. You should never have to feel self-conscious about your smile. High-quality and natural-looking dentures can be your path to enjoying all these aspects of your life again.

Dental technology has greatly evolved and can offer you affordable and effective dentures. The dental providers you’re looking for in Colorado can be found through Emergency Dental Services.

It’s simple to find the dental service you need. Call us at 1-888-351-1473, and enter your zip code when prompted. You can call us at any time that works for you, and we can help you find a dental office near you that can provide you with the help you need. We’ll schedule an appointment for you as soon as possible.

Quick and Convenient Service In Colorado

For professionally made dentures, you need professional and competent care from your dental provider. Let Emergency Dental Services find you a provider in Colorado. We work with the best dental offices in the state, and our competent and expert dentists can talk with you to find the right type of dentures for your needs and lifestyle.

Tailored to Your Needs

There are several styles of dentures, and the best type for you varies based on the amount of security and comfort you need. Different denture types provide different levels of durability. Our expert dentists can find the perfect denture style for your budget and lifestyle needs. They will work with you to understand your highest priorities for your dentures and provide you with the perfect fit for you.

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

Traditional Dentures:

These dentures are made by attaching the teeth to a custom mold of your mouth, ensuring that the dentures fit your gums perfectly and snugly. This mold is attached to your gums by an adhesive, and the dentures sit on top of your gums rather than being implanted. These dentures can sometimes shift when you eat or speak, which is an important factor when deciding the type of dentures that are right for you.

Implant Dentures

For more stability and security from your dentures, implants may be the style you need. The implants are affixed to your jawbone, and the denture’s bridge is therefore fixed in place. Once the dentures are attached to these implants, the dentures function much like natural teeth.


These dentures are similar in appearance to traditional dentures but ensure more security. Rather than being attached with adhesive, titanium rods are implanted into the gums. The dentures are then screwed or clipped into the titanium implants.

Denture FAQ's

Q: What are partial versus complete dentures?

A: Partial dentures are needed when one or more natural teeth are still healthy and in place on your top or bottom jaw. In this case, the dentures are useful in preventing those healthy teeth from shifting into the empty spaces left by other teeth. Complete dentures, on the other hand, are needed when all the teeth on either the upper or lower row are missing.

Q: How expensive are dentures?

A: This can depend on the style of dentures you chose, your insurance, and whether you are in need of a partial or complete set of dentures. Complete dentures range from $1,000-$1,500 and immediate dentures, or dentures that are placed as soon as unhealthy teeth have been removed, range from $1,500-$1,800.

Q: How long do dentures last?

A: If properly maintained, dentures can last eight to ten years. You should care for them just like you would your natural teeth, keeping a healthy routine of brushing and flossing, cleaning them, and removing buildup. However, dentures are subject to wear and tear just like your natural teeth, and it's likely that you’ll need to get them repaired or realigned from normal wear.