The loss of our teeth can be debilitating. From the loss of regular functionality like eating or speaking, to an alteration to our appearance that might make us less confident to smile, we need our teeth to be happy and healthy. This is why if we lose our teeth, it’s important to take action as soon as possible and get those teeth replaced.
High-quality dentures might seem a bit expensive on the surface, at about $1,000 dollars on the low end. However, they’re made of high-grade material that gives you your functionality and your smile back for years to come, while not looking any different from a set of natural teeth. They’re the best way to ensure you recover from the loss and get back to living your normal life with confidence.
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Emergency dental problems go beyond just needing dentures. Any sudden dental problem can constitute an emergency that needs immediate attention from a professional before the situation gets worse. This is why we offer emergency dental services in the state of Hawaii, allowing everyone to get the help they need when they need it.
Your comfort and satisfaction is important to us. That’s why our dentures are tailored to match your priorities and situation. For example, if you’d prefer a budget option over something stable, your dentist will take your desires into account when choosing a style for you. You’ll always walk away with a smile.
The most basic form, traditional dentures use molds to fit the inside of your mouth and float along the gums on an acrylic base. Though more easily removable and less expensive compared to other options, these dentures are also prone to shifting when you talk or eat, unlike natural teeth or the more stable varieties.
Also making use of an acrylic base, implant dentures are literally implanted into the jaw and held in place by a support bar. These act and look more like natural teeth, but some styles can still be removed for easier cleaning.
Screwed or clipped directly into the jaw, these dentures are fixed permanently to the mouth without any option for removal. These function and loom the most like natural teeth, with stronger eating abilities and a boost to your bone health due to their more stable design.
A: High-quality dentures can last several years if taken care of. It’s advised that you should replace them every eight years, but they can last up to ten in ideal circumstances. Their lifespan is decreased if they aren’t repaired or protected from damage and decay.
A: Dentures, much like natural teeth, can suffer a buildup of plaque and the spread of bacteria if left unclean. It’s important to treat them just like you would your natural teeth and clean your dentures regularly, with specific instructions from your dentist if necessary.
A: While high-quality dentures can be a bit costly, especially on a budget, they’re a necessary part of dental health and as such are covered by many dental plans, lowering the costs significantly in some cases. Check with your dental care provider before seeking dentures and see if they can help.