The loss of your teeth can cause both mental and physical distress. It can cause difficulty when trying to eat or trying to speak clearly. It can also cause stress or embarrassment about your smile, which is an awful feeling. However, good quality and expertly made dentures that look natural could be your answer to regaining your confidence.
With the recent development of denture technology, dentures can appear natural and functional, and they can allow you to enjoy your life again. Emergency Dental Services represents professional dentists in Oregon that you can trust.
It’s simple to start your path to good dentures. Simply call us at 1-888-351-1473, and we’re available 24/7. You’ll be prompted to enter your zip code, and from there we can help you schedule an appointment as soon as possible with our expert dental providers.
Emergency Dental Services works with the best professional dentist offices in the state of Oregon. Finding the best and most convenient dentist for you is the first step toward the best quality dentures for you. Our caring and competent dentists can match your denture needs and find what type of denture will afford you the most satisfaction.
There are several types of dentures, and they can be styled to fit your specific needs. Our skilled dentist providers can help you find the style of dentures that fits your lifestyle, needs, and budget. Different types of dentures offer varying degrees of comfort, stability, and affordability. Your dentist can learn your priorities and help you choose the best dentures for your needs.
These dentures are molded to your mouth, allowing a perfect and secure fit. They’re generally affixed to your gums with a paste or adhesive, and sit on top of your gums rather than being implanted. It is important to be aware that these dentures have the potential to shift when you eat or speak.
These dentures provide excellent stability. The bridge for these dentures is fixed in place through implants to your jawbone. The dentures are then attached to this bridge and act very similar to natural teeth.
This style of dentures appears similar to traditional dentures, but they are attached more securely than adhesive. Titanium rods are implanted into your jaw, and then the dentures are screwed or clipped onto them.
A: When taken proper care of, dentures can last about eight to ten years. This can vary based on natural wear and tear. It’s likely that with normal use, dentures will require a readjustment, repair, or replacement.
A: Just like your natural teeth, regular cleaning by brushing and flossing will keep your dentures healthy and prevent buildup. Your dentist can provide you with proper cleaning materials and instructions for your dentures as well.
A: This depends on your budget, the state of your current natural teeth, and what you want out of your dentures. One of our expert dentists can talk with you to understand the amount of security and comfort you’re looking for and choose what denture style would work best for you.
A: Complete dentures are used when all the teeth on your top or bottom jaw are missing, and make up the full set of lost teeth. Partial dentures are needed when one or more healthy teeth remain in the upper or lower row of teeth, and the dentures replace only some of your teeth. Partial dentures also function to prevent your healthy teeth from shifting into the spaces left by lost teeth.