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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Rhode Island

It can be an upsetting time when you’re losing teeth, and missing teeth can lead to many inconveniences and difficulties. It could suddenly be hard to enjoy food or talk. You might even no longer enjoy smiling from being self-conscious. A high-quality and natural-looking set of dentures could be the answer to ensuring your confidence and ease of life.

There have been many improvements in dentures over the years, so it’s easier than ever for you to find professionally made and affordable dentures. Emergency Dental Service works with the most trusted dental providers in Rhode Island and can help you get the perfect dentures.

It’s simple to start your path for dentures: call us any time of the day or night at 1-888-351-1473. When prompted, enter your zip code, and we can find you a dental provider near you. We’ll secure you a convenient and professional dental office and an appointment as soon as possible.

Quick and Convenient Service In Rhode Island

High-quality dentures require high-quality professional dentists in Rhode Island. Emergency Dental Service works with the most trusted and expert dentists throughout the state. These caring and competent dental offices will help you discover your denture options so that you find the perfect set of dentures for your monetary and personal needs.

Tailored to Your Needs

Each style and type of denture has different features. Some styles are better utilized for stability and security, others durability, and others comfort or affordability. Your dental professional can talk you through the needs that you prioritize. They can find the dentures that best meet those priorities, ensuring you get the best fit.

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

Traditional Dentures:

These dentures are a mold of your gums. They sit on top of your gums rather than attaching to an implant. This less invasive denture is affixed through an adhesive. Because of this, these dentures tend to shift when eating or speaking, which is an important factor to consider.

Implant Dentures

Implant dentures can offer more stability and security. A fixed bridge is created through implants in your jawbone, and the dentures are affixed to that bridge. This style of denture functions very comparably to your natural teeth.


These dentures appear similar to traditional dentures. However, they attach in a more secure way. As opposed to a paste or adhesive, overdentures are kept in place by screws or clips connected to dental implants.

Denture FAQ's

Q: How do I take care of my dentures?

A: A cleaning routine of brushing and flossing will keep your dentures healthy and prevent staining or build-up of plaque, just like with your natural teeth. Your dental office can also give you instructions and products to properly clean your dentures.

Q: What are partial versus complete dentures?

A: When your top or bottom row of gums has no more teeth, complete dentures are used to replace the entire row. If you still have one or more healthy teeth remaining in the row, partial dentures are created. Partial dentures also keep those healthy teeth in place so that they don’t move into the open space created by missing teeth.

Q: How long will my dentures last?

A: A full set of dentures, properly taken care of, can last eight to ten years. Taking care of your dentures as you would natural teeth will maintain their health and cleanliness. Dentures are still susceptible to wear and tear like your natural teeth, and dentist visits could be necessary to repair, readjust or replace the dentures.

Q: How expensive will my dentures be?

A: The price of dentures depends on many factors, such as the style of dentures you chose and whether you need partial or complete dentures. It also depends on your insurance and the state of your natural teeth. Immediate dentures, or dentures put in place as soon as your teeth are removed, cost around $1,500-$1,800, while complete dentures have a cost range of about $1,000-$1,500.