If you lose your teeth, you’re going to struggle with more than just the alterations to your smile. It’s harder to eat and speak, and the change in your appearance can damage your self-confidence. That’s why you need to replace your teeth as quickly as possible to prevent further damage and problems, and you can solve all of these issues with dentures.
As technology has improved, so has our ability to make high-quality, natural-looking dentures made of solid material and designed to work with the user. If you live in Michigan and need a set of these dentures, there’s no need to wait for your regular dentist to have an opening. Call us at 1-888-351-1473 to schedule an appointment, which can be done within a twenty four hour window.
All dental emergencies should be taken seriously and treated immediately, and everyone who needs dental work should be able to see a professional as soon as possible. This is why we offer emergency dental services to people all over the state of Michigan. If you need dentures or have another concern, we’re committed to helping you regain your healthy and happy smile.
Nobody is in the exact same dental or financial situation as someone else, so why should everyone have to use the same dentures? We offer multiple varieties based on your preferences and budget. Your dentist will ask about what your priorities are, and help you find a set of dentures that matches your unique needs.
Molded to fit the shape of your mouth, these are your garden variety dentures that attach to the gums with an adhesive. This means they’re not directly attached to anything and are prone to shifting and moving as you eat or talk, which can be problematic.
Attached to the jaw with metal implants, these dentures are a bit more advanced and much more stable. You can even request a style that allows for easy removal, or have them fixed in the mouth permanently.
Overdentures are screwed or clipped into the mouth on a metal implant similar to implant dentures, but completely unremovable and stable. These are the strongest variety, functioning the most similarly to natural teeth, allowing you to eat foods you might not normally be able to have, like chewier meats.
A: It depends on factors like style and the speed of the appointment, however, most dentures will cost about $1,000 to $1,500 dollars in a normal case. Most dental plans will help you save money and get discounts for the procedure if needed, and more sudden appointments will cost extra for time and labor, so these numbers are just estimates.
A: Traditional dentures simply use an adhesive or a paste. Implant and Overdentures screw into the jaw with metal parts, requiring some simple mouth surgery.
A: An appointment can be scheduled on a twenty four hour notice. We believe that all dental emergencies should be treated quickly and professionally, so you can relax and skip the stress of making time on your calendar or waiting for your regular dentist.
A: Yes. Just like natural teeth, dentures can get infected, struggle with plaque, and decay if not taken care of properly. You should brush and floss like normal, and ask your dentist about any special cleaning requirements there may be. If cared for properly, dentures can last up to a decade.