Teeth are a vital part of how we function, look, and feel. Our teeth help us eat and speak, and a healthy smile can make us feel great and present ourselves well to others. When our teeth are lost, all of these things suffer greatly. Eating and speaking becomes more difficult, and our altered smile can bring insecurities along, which hurts our confidence. All of these problems can be resolved if you get a pair of dentures.
Denture technology has increased greatly over the past several years. Now, they’re made of high-quality materials that blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth, and offer a wider range of functionality and variety than before. A good set of dentures can help you smile confidently, and feel great as well.
If you’re looking for a dentist in Georgia to provide you with some high-quality dentures, contact us at 1-888-351-1473 to find a local office, ready to help even on short notice.
A dental emergency is something that should be resolved as soon as possible, no matter what the problem is. Don’t let the problem get worse just because it seems minor, and don’t let yourself suffer without teeth because you can’t get an appointment with your regular dentist. We provide emergency dental services to people in Georgia, so that anyone can get the help they need.
Our dentures are all tailored to your specific needs and priorities, designed to satisfy you based on your requirements and situation. Not all varieties function the same, look the same, or cost the same, so use, appearance, and budget are all things to consider beforehand. It’s important to tell your dentist exactly what you’re looking for, so that they can help you find the set of dentures that fit you perfectly.
Traditional dentures are molded to fit your mouth, and float on top of your gums with an adhesive. This has the benefit of making these dentures removable, but if you prefer stability, these ones rank low for being able to shift.
Implant dentures are named after how they’re implanted into the jaw with a metal bridge. These are a good middle option, with better stability along with the potential to be removable.
The strongest option, overdentures function similarly to implant dentures, but they’re screwed or clipped in rather than attached to the bridge. As a result, they’re completely fixed and unable to be removed, but have better biting power and function the most similarly to natural teeth.
A: Our dentists can take patients on a twenty four hour notice. Please note, however, that the cost for the procedure might be increased for quicker appointments.
A: Dentures are delicate and can be damaged if they’re not properly cared for. Wear and tear isn’t unexpected and you can visit your dentist for repairs as needed, but properly maintained dentures can last up to a decade before needing to be replaced.
A: The procedures last as long as is necessary depending on the dentures you choose and their requirements. Implant and overdentures require minor mouth surgery to add, while traditional dentures simply need an adhesive or paste.
A: The cost for dentures varies, but the most common estimates range between $1,000 to $1,500 dollars. This number can go down if your dental plan offers you savings for such treatments, or increase if the procedure requires more time or labor.