It can be very damaging to lose teeth, both physically and mentally. It can make it hard to talk clearly to loved ones, and it can make eating much more difficult. Mentally, it can make you embarrassed about how your smile looks. Natural-looking and professionally made dentures can be your answer to enjoying life and regaining self-confidence.
Denture technology has grown significantly, and dentures can help boost your self-image and let you get back to living your life. The expert Emergency Dental Service dentist providers in North Dakota can help you.
It’s as simple as a call to us at 1-888-351-1473, where you can enter your zip code when prompted. Our phone line is available at any time. From there we can help you find the best dental office near you to schedule your appointment as soon as possible.
At Emergency Dental Services, we work with the best and most professional dentists in the state of North Dakota. It’s important for the quality of your dentures to find the best dentists. Our competent and caring dental providers can help you find the best dentures that fit your lifestyle and budget.
There are many different styles of dentures, and each can be tailored to fit your preferences. Some dentures are made for prioritizing stability, others prioritize durability, and others comfort. A professional’s help in deciding where your priorities lie and what you need from your dentures is essential. This ensures that you can be completely pleased with your outcome.
This type of denture is molded to your mouth perfectly, allowing a secure fit. They sit on top of your gums and are attached with an adhesive. An important factor to consider when choosing dentures is that this type of denture could shift when you speak or eat.
This style of denture is held in place by implants in the jawbone, creating more stability. The dentures are affixed to an immobile bridge implant, allowing them to function just as your natural teeth would.
Like traditional dentures, these dentures sit atop your gums. However, instead of being attached with a paste or adhesive, they are screwed or clipped into titanium rod implants.
A: Partial dentures are needed when a row of teeth still has one or more healthy natural teeth left in place. This can also be helpful in stopping those natural teeth from shifting sideways into empty space left by missing teeth. Complete dentures, on the other hand, are needed when all the teeth in the replaced upper or lower jaw are missing.
A: Denture cost varies based on the health of your remaining teeth, your insurance, whether you need partial or complete dentures, and the style of dentures you would like. Complete dentures cost around $1,000-$1,500. Immediate dentures, the style of dentures that are put into place as soon as your unhealthy teeth have been removed, cost around $1,500-$1,800.
A: Dentures require care just like your natural teeth. When proper care is taken, dentures can typically last eight to ten years. They still suffer natural wear and tear, and could need to be readjusted or replaced if enough wear is sustained.
A: A regular routine of brushing and flossing can keep your dentures healthy, just as it would your natural teeth. This can prevent buildup and staining.