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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Nebraska

A simple smile can communicate a wealth of emotions. However, missing teeth can cause an individual to reconsider the way they smile. Missing teeth can affect a person’s self-esteem. This can make it hard for a person to adapt to the changes caused by the missing teeth. For those who want to smile with confidence once again, dentures can help. Dentures provide both functionality and a boost in self-esteem. With the right dentures, you can be smiling with confidence once again.

Dentures can help anyone of any age restore their natural smile. With new technology aiding in denture advancements, dentures are more stable and durable than ever before. The cosmetic dental providers at Emergency Dental Service can help individuals find the perfect dentures to meet their needs and lifestyle.

All you have to do is give us a call at 1-888-351-1473. We will find the best dental provider in your area of Nebraska. We will schedule your first cosmetic dental appointment as soon as possible.

Quick and Convenient Services In Nebraska

Dealing with missing teeth can be more than just an inconvenience. It can make necessary activities, such as eating or speaking, more difficult. At Emergency Dental Service, we work with the best dental providers in Nebraska to ensure quick and convenient services for your dental needs. When it comes to dentures, our professionals are knowledgeable in all the latest options and advancements.

Tailored to Your Needs

Your complete satisfaction is our top priority. This begins by taking the time to listen to your concerns and what you want from your dentures. This helps your dental professional guide you into what denture option would be best for your needs. You’ll always have a complete understanding of what you can expect from your dentures.

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

Traditional Dentures:

This option is great for those who prefer the ability to remove their dentures at the end of the day. Traditional dentures float on top of your gums, held in place by their custom shape and a denture adhesive or paste. Traditional dentures do need to be removed and properly stored at night to ensure their longevity.

Implant Dentures

Implant dentures are ideal for those who want greater stability from their dentures. Implant dentures provide a more permanent option for leaving the dentures in, even at night. The stability is provided by a surgical-grade metal bridge that is embedded in the jawbone. The dentures are attached to this bridge.


This option provides stability through a dental implant, as well as the convenience of removal, like traditional dentures. Overdentures are clipped or screwed in place. This option is durable and designed to withstand daily wear and tear with ease.

Denture FAQ's

Q: What dentures are best?

A: Determining what dentures are best largely depends on your needs and what you want out of your dentures. Dentures can range in durability as well as permanence. You’ll also want to consider your budget. Your dental provider will work with you to find what dentures are best for you.

Q: How much do dentures cost?

A: Prices vary depending on the type of dentures you select. On average, costs can range from $1,000-$1,500. How much you pay can also vary depending on what your insurance policy covers.

Q: Do I need to soak my dentures?

A: For dentures that are regularly removed from the mouth, it is advised to soak them overnight. This is because your dentures should maintain some level of moisture. If your dentures dry out, this could cause damage. Your dental provider will discuss care in detail concerning your specific type of dentures.

Q: Do dentures hurt?

A: Your dentures shouldn’t cause you pain. It is normal to experience discomfort at first while you initially adjust. However, any lingering or persistent pain should be discussed with your dental provider.