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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Indiana

Missing teeth can affect several aspects of your life. From enjoying your favorite meal, sharing your favorite joke effortlessly, and smiling with ease, our teeth have an important role to play. Missing teeth can affect your level of confidence, but it doesn’t have to. When considering your options, dentures are the best choice for restoring your smile and providing the functionality of natural teeth when it comes to eating and talking.

Dentures are more advanced than ever before. There are several different options available that allow you to customize what types of dentures work best for your needs, lifestyle, and budget. When looking for a quality cosmetic dental provider in Indiana, the experts at Emergency Dental Service can help.

When you are ready, you can simply give us a call at 1-888-351-1473 any time 24/7. A member of our professional team will guide you to the best dental office in your area to schedule your initial appointment.

Quick and Convenient Services In Indiana

Emergency Dental Service is dedicated to helping individuals in Indiana get the dental services they need quickly. We work with the best providers throughout Indiana to ensure that no matter where you are located, you can be matched with a highly qualified expert. Your provider will be able to discuss all of your options, helping you select the ideal dentures to fit your needs.

Tailored to Your Needs

Your dental needs are unique. You can expect that your dental provider will first learn what your needs and desires are when it comes to dentures. This will help your provider better determine what type of dentures will be best for you. This ensures complete satisfaction before and after your dentures are ready for placement.

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

Traditional Dentures:

These are the most commonly known type of dentures. This type of denture is placed on top of the gums using a strong adhesive to keep them in place. They can withstand daily wear and tear when it comes to eating and drinking. It is helpful to note that since this type of denture isn’t fixed in place, it can shift when eating or talking.

Implant Dentures

Different denture options provide different levels of stability. Implant dentures provide a greater level of stability when compared to other types of dentures. Implant dentures require a fixed bridge to be embedded into the jawbone. This provides a secure anchor point for the dentures to be placed.


This option looks like traditional dentures but provides the stability of implant dentures. A titanium implant is placed for a secure fit. The dentures themselves are then clipped or screwed into place onto the titanium implant. This allows for stability and the functionality of natural teeth.

Denture FAQ's

Q: What dentures are best?

A: Everyone’s dental situation is unique. What may be the best denture option for you may not be the best for someone else. It largely depends on your needs and budget. Your dental provider will work with you to discover what type of dentures is best for you.

Q: Can I eat anything with dentures?

A: Dentures are designed to allow you to enjoy life, and foods, as you had with your natural teeth. However, there are some potential restrictions. The durability of your dentures can vary depending on the type of dentures. Your dentist will discuss any precautions you may need to consider.

Q: How long will my dentures last?

A: On average, dentures tend to last 8-10 years. It is natural for dentures to need realignment, repairs, and replacement due to regular wear and tear.

Q: Do I need to remove my dentures every day?

A: Removal depends on the type of dentures you select. Traditional dentures do need to be removed for proper cleaning and safety. However, many implant options can

be left in and treated like natural teeth when it comes to brushing and flossing. Your dental provider will discuss the appropriate care for your dentures.