Losing teeth doesn’t have to mean losing your smile. Understandably, missing teeth can cause a dip in self-confidence. Missing teeth not only affect your smile but daily activities as well. When you don’t have all your teeth, you can find yourself having difficulty enjoying the food you once loved. You may also notice a slight lisp when speaking. This can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be permanent. Dentures can help with all these different areas of your life.
The technology behind dentures is more advanced than ever. This allows for a better level of customization when selecting the best dentures to fit your needs. With Emergency Dental Service, finding a quality dental provider in New Mexico is easier than ever.
If you’ve been considering dentures, now is the perfect time to learn more. Simply give us a call at 1-888-351-1473, and a member of our professional staff will help you quickly schedule an appointment with a quality cosmetic dentist professional in your area.
Emergency Dental Service works with the best possible providers who have experience in fitting a wide range of denture options. Our dental providers are dedicated to helping patients of all dental needs find the perfect set of partial, or full dentures to fit their needs and budget.
Your complete satisfaction is our top priority. Your dental provider will assess your unique dental situation to help you select the right dentures to fit your needs. Dentures range in price, stability, durability, and appearance. You’ll understand all your different options before selecting the right fit for you.
This denture option floats on the gums. To secure the dentures, the wearer would apply a denture adhesive every day to secure the dentures in place. These dentures are also custom molded to make sure they fit as comfortably as possible. These dentures are easy to care for and can help restore your natural smile.
For those who want more durability and stability, implant dentures are a perfect option. They are held in place with a fixed bridge that is embedded into the jawbone. The dentures are then designed to fit the bridge. This allows your dentures to operate just like natural teeth.
This option is similar to other implant dentures. An implant is embedded in place of your natural teeth. The dentures look like traditional dentures, but instead of an adhesive they clip or screw into the implant. This provides a higher level of stability and durability than other options.
A: Dentures are designed to fit comfortably. It is natural to have an adjustment period where they may feel unfamiliar. This usually goes away within a few days. Persistent discomfort should be addressed by your dental provider.
A: It is normal to be concerned about how dentures will look, especially when compared to your existing teeth. Your dental provider will work with you to ensure that your dentures match the shade of your existing teeth. This provides a consistent and natural look.
A: Regular dental care is important for dentures. Dentures can still experience the same issues as natural teeth when it comes to plague, tartar, and stains. Proper cleaning is vital for their long-term care.
A: The cost of dentures can vary depending on the type of dentures you select, as well as your insurance plan. Most dentures on average vary from $1,000-to $1,5000 and will last anywhere from 8-10 years.