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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Delaware

Tooth loss can have significant effects on a person’s well-being. Your favorite foods may become impossible to eat. Missing teeth may also result in you smiling less, which can have negative effects on your happiness and confidence. Quality, natural-looking dentures can help you regain the superior quality of life you lost.

Dentures may have previously been unattainable for you, but denture technology has advanced in recent years. The first step to finding happiness in your smile is simple. Call 1-888-351-1473, and you’ll find help at any time day or night. After inputting your zip code, you’ll be provided with contact information for a dental office to schedule your denture appointment as quickly as possible.

Quick and Convenient Service In Delaware

Since success with your dentures begins with locating a dental professional, Emergency Dental Service has partnered with trusted dental providers in Delaware to ensure your unique needs are met. Exploring all the denture options available to you can be overwhelming and confusing. Our skilled dentists will lay out all your options, so you’re matched with the dentures that fit into your budget and lifestyle.

Tailored to Your Needs

Our knowledgeable dentists will listen to your requirements and priorities, then aid in denture selection based on your way of living. Your dentist’s goal is to provide dentures that result in complete satisfaction for you.

Well-Fitted and Natural-Feeling Denture Options

Traditional Dentures:

This option begins with an impression of your mouth that’s used to build the dentures, guaranteeing a close fit to your gums. Traditional dentures rely on a combination of suction and adhesive or paste to remain in place, as they sit flush on top of your gums. An important consideration for this type of denture is the potential for them to shift when you speak or eat.

Implant Dentures

If the lack of stability concerns you with the traditional dentures, implant dentures are a more secure option. Implants are embedded in the jawbone. They create anchor points where the dentures attach, which results in dentures that function more like natural teeth. Though it results in more stability, this is a more invasive option.


If you still do not find implant dentures to be secure enough, you may prefer the stability of overdentures. They are firmly fastened in place by clipping or screwing into fixed titanium dental implants. Their appearance is similar to conventional dentures, but they are anchored for maximum security.

Denture FAQ's

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

A: Full, or complete, dentures are made for individuals missing every tooth within the upper or lower arch of the mouth. Partial dentures are made for those who have retained some of their teeth. Both full and partial dentures aid with speech and diet improvement.

Q: How long will my dentures last?

A: The answer to this question typically depends on how you treat your dentures. Properly maintained dentures can last eight to 10 years, but this requires care similar to the upkeep of natural teeth. Lifestyles with higher-than-average tooth wear and tear can reduce the lifetime of your dentures, though even normal wear may require your dentures to be realigned, repaired, or remade.

Q: How much do dentures cost?

A: The need for a partial or full set of dentures, the type of denture you choose, and how quickly you need the service will dictate the final cost of your dentures. In most cases, complete dentures tend to cost between $1,000-$1,800. The cost of dentures may be significantly reduced through dental coverage benefits offered by most dental insurance providers.

Q: Can I schedule denture placement on the same day as my teeth removal?

A: Yes, these two procedures may be completed on the same day. There is an increased cost with immediate dentures compared to traditional dentures. A conversation with your dentist can determine if this type of treatment is best for you.