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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Idaho

Missing teeth can leave a person missing the level of confidence they once had. Missing teeth can change the way you smile, making you more self-conscious that others will notice what is missing. Depending on the location of the missing teeth, this can also affect your ability to speak clearly and enjoy a variety of foods. Dentures are the perfect solution to these different problems.

Dentures can help to restore your confidence. Whether you need a partial, or complete set of dentures , you can find the right fit that will look and feel like your natural teeth. For individuals in Idaho, Emergency Dental Service can help you find a qualified cosmetic dentist in your area.

Don’t wait to restore your smile. Simply give us a call at 1-888-351-1473. You will be prompted to enter your zip code. From there we will help guide you to the best dental provider in your area. You’ll be able to schedule your first appointment with ease.

Quick and Convenient Services In Idaho

Emergency Dental Service is dedicated to providing the best dental providers available to ensure complete satisfaction when it comes to denture fitting. We know the importance of finding a provider that you can trust with having your best interests in mind. Our dental providers will work with you every step of the way when it comes to selecting, fitting, and maintaining your dentures.

Tailored to Your Needs

Your dental provider will always listen to your needs first. This helps to determine what denture options are best for your unique dental needs. Dentures range in their level of stability, durability, and placement procedure. Your dentist will evaluate your top priorities to match you with the best fit.

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

Traditional Dentures:

Traditional dentures are a basic but reliable option. These dentures are created using a custom mold of your gums to ensure a proper fit. This option floats on the gums, meaning there is no solid anchor keeping them in place. Traditional dentures are held in place using an adhesive or paste. Traditional dentures need to be removed daily.

Implant Dentures

Traditional dentures are a basic but reliable option. These dentures are created using a custom mold of your gums to ensure a proper fit. This option floats on the gums, meaning there is no solid anchor keeping them in place. Traditional dentures are held in place using an adhesive or paste. Traditional dentures need to be removed daily.

Overdenture

This denture option provides the stability of implants while still having dentures that are easy to place and remove. The dentures look like traditional dentures but are equipped to snap or screw into place for a better hold.

Denture FAQ's

Q: Is caring for dentures complicated?

A: Proper care is not complicated, but it should be consistent. Dentures face the same concerns as natural teeth when it comes to plaque, tartar, and staining. Your dental provider will discuss the care process to ensure you get the most out of your investment.

Q: Do dentures feel uncomfortable?

A: Dentures can feel uncomfortable at first. This is natural as you are adjusting to something new within your mouth. This feeling of discomfort typically disappears quickly. Generally, dentures are designed to fit comfortably and naturally.

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

A: Partial dentures are designed for individuals that still have some of their natural teeth. Partial dentures help to fill in gaps that prevent existing teeth from shifting and make eating and speaking easier. Full dentures are for those who are completely missing the upper, lower, or both arches of their teeth.

Q: How expensive are dentures?

A: Dentures range in price depending on the type you select. This can also vary if you need partial, full, or immediate dentures. On average, full denture sets can cost anywhere between $1,000-$1,500. Immediate dentures can cost $1,500-$1,800. This price can fluctuate further depending on your insurance coverage.