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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Oklahoma

Missing teeth can cause an individual to lose confidence in themselves. Our teeth have a vital role to play in our everyday lives. Our teeth play a role in our speech, and our ability to eat and provide a way for us to express our emotions without words. Struggling with any of these aspects can be difficult to overcome. However, dentures offer a perfect solution to these problems.

Dentures are available in a variety of options that vary in durability, stability, and cost. The options today help individuals find exactly what they need to feel confident once again. For those seeking quality dentures in Oklahoma, the dental providers at Emergency Dental Service can help.

To learn more about your denture options, you simply have to give us a call. We are available any time at 1-888-351-1473. We will find the best cosmetic dentist in your area who can meet with you as soon as possible.

Quick and Convenient Service In Oklahoma

If you are ready to explore your denture options, the professionals at Emergency Dental Service can get you started quickly. This begins with finding the best dental provider in your area. This ensures that you are meeting with a cosmetic dentist who is knowledgeable and experienced in providing denture care. Your dental provider will take the time to discuss all of your options, determining what options are best for your needs.

Tailored to Your Needs

The reasons why people choose dentures vary, as do their denture selection. That is why it is so important to work with a dental professional who will put your needs first. Your dental professional will learn what is most important to you to determine what denture options best fit your goals. This helps to guarantee your overall satisfaction.

Get to Know Your Well-Fitted, Natural-Looking Denture Options

Traditional Dentures:

Traditional dentures are a good option for individuals who would prefer not to have any permanent fixtures placed within their mouths. Your dentist will start by making a custom mold of your gums. The dentures are then secured in place with an adhesive that needs to be reapplied regularly. Traditional dentures look natural and are designed to withstand daily wear and tear.

Implant Dentures

Implant dentures work by embedding a metal frame into the jawbone. The dentures are secured to this implant for a stable fit that is more durable than other denture options. These dentures function just like normal teeth and provide a more permanent option.


Overdentures are a semi-permanent denture option. This option uses a metal implant that is embedded into the jawbone. The dentures themselves can easily be placed or removed as needed. The dentures simply click or screw into place.

Denture FAQ's

Q: Can I still eat all my favorite foods?

A: Dentures are designed to aid in eating. Dentures are appropriate for most foods, but this can vary depending on your type of dentures. Since traditional dentures are held in place by an adhesive, overly crunchy or chewy food may be more difficult. Certain foods may also cause more wear and tear which could affect the longevity of your dentures.

Q: Can I drink coffee and soda?

A: You can still enjoy your favorite beverages with dentures. It is important to keep in mind that your dentures can stain the same way natural teeth can. Over time, drinking coffee and sugary beverages can affect the appearance of your dentures.

Q: What are the differences between partial and full dentures?

A: Full dentures are designed to completely replace your upper and lower arches. This means that you no longer have any natural teeth. Partial dentures are designed for those who still have natural teeth but want to fill in the gaps to provide better support for the existing teeth.

Q: How will I know what dentures are best for me?

A: Your dental provider will help you better understand the pros and cons of all available options. It is helpful to be as honest with your dentist as possible when it comes to what you expect from your dentures.