Tooth loss, no matter how it occurs, is never a good situation to deal with. It can lead to more problems than simply the loss of teeth and some potential pain along the way. The gaps make it harder to chew or speak, and your altered smile can make you less willing to smile at all. Life without a full set of healthy teeth is difficult to live with, which is why the best thing to do is to get yourself some dentures.
Dentures have evolved over the years and have greatly improved. High-quality dentures can easily pass for natural teeth, and the increase in technology has also made them stronger and easier to use. There’s no reason to suffer without your smile when dentures are so easy to get from your dentist. If your regular dentist is not available, you still have an option.
If you live in Massachusetts and need dentures, contact us at 1-888-351-1473 to schedule an appointment with a local dentist who can assist you.
Dental emergencies do not just involve tooth loss. From bleeding gums to a swollen jaw, there are many dental problems that require immediate attention to resolve. That’s why we provide emergency dental services to residents in Massachusetts. We want everyone to be able to get the dental help they need.
Your comfort and happiness are important to us, which is why it’s vital to get a pair of dentures that suit you perfectly. Each style has unique pros and cons, and your priorities likely aren’t the same as every other patient’s. If you know what you’re looking for beforehand, then your dentist can help you find something that fits your requirements.
Molded to fit the mouth, these dentures simply “float” along the gums using a paste or adhesive. They’re not the strongest or most stable option, and they tend to shift. However, they are easily removable and less expensive.
Attached to a metal support beam implanted in the jaw, these dentures offer more stability and look more like natural teeth, but you can still remove them if you’d prefer.
Clipped or screwed directly into titanium implants, these dentures are the most stable and strong, trading out the ability to remove them for more natural biting and chewing power. This makes these dentures the best for people who prefer stability and functionality over budget or removability.
A: Damaged or lost dentures can be replaced by your dentist. Damaged dentures can also simply be repaired if the problem is small enough. It’s recommended to make regular visits to keep your dentures in top shape and to replace them every eight years before they wear down completely.
A: Dentures are fragile and can suffer the same problems as natural teeth, such as plaque, bacteria, and decay. It’s important to take care of them daily to keep them clean and healthy. Your dentist will provide you with specific care instructions as needed, and removable dentures clean easiest if they are taken out each time.
A: Typical estimates range from $1,000 to $1,500 depending on the type of dentures needed. Many dental plans offer ways to get that number down, while faster appointments may cost extra for the increase in labor.
A: Our dentists can take people with 24 hours’ notice.