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Emergency Dentures & Implants In Utah

While losing a tooth or needing an extraction may be common, it can also be embarrassing and damaging to someone’s self-esteem. Aside from being hesitant to smile, people may not be able to enjoy the same foods anymore. They also might worry that they can’t speak as clearly as they used to.

Significant advancements in dentistry have led to new and convenient denture options. Emergency Dental Service in Utah can assist you with your dental needs by helping you find a skilled local dentist.

You can contact us 24 hours per day, 7 days a week at 1-888-351-1473. You’ll be prompted to enter your zip code, and we'll provide you with the best dental specialists within your local area. You can then schedule and plan for your dental appointment quickly and easily.

Quick and Convenient Services In Utah

Emergency Dental Services is your go-to for fast and professional dental service. If you're looking for a dependable Utah denture specialist, we’ve got you covered. Our dental providers can help you choose the best dentures for your needs and financial plan with a variety of options.

Tailored to Your Needs

Dentures come in an assortment of styles, which may all be customized to suit your particular situation or goals. Our dental specialists can help you decide the best choice for you based on your preferences. If you have questions or concerns, your dentist will easily be able to answer or address them. They’ll explain each type of denture to you and any procedure that may be needed for them.

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

Traditional Dentures:

Traditional dentures are not permanently attached to the jawbone and can be easily removed. They are custom-fit to your gums and dental glue is used to secure them in place. One factor to consider is that since they are not permanent, they may slide or shift in your mouth, especially when eating.

Implant Dentures

If the thought of floating dentures is a concern, implant dentures offer more stability. This is also a great choice when replacing only a few teeth, and is the option that is most like natural teeth. Titanium rods are implanted into the jawbone and the dentures are then secured to the rods.


Overdentures are another more secure type of denture that is typically used when replacing many teeth or an entire row of teeth. Overdentures are attached to implants in the jawbone instead of being glued into place like traditional dentures. They usually clip into the implants, but can still be removed for cleaning.

Denture FAQ's

Q: How do complete and partial dentures vary?

A: If only a few teeth have been removed or are missing, a partial denture can replace them. This is an easy and convenient way to replace teeth and also prevent the remaining natural teeth from shifting out of place. To replace an entire row of teeth, full or complete dentures may be used.

Q: What is the average lifespan of dentures?

A: Dentures typically last up to ten years with proper care. This includes having regular dental appointments and maintaining a thorough oral hygiene routine. Dentures and natural teeth are similar in that they both need regular care at home and cleanings from your dentist. It is also important to be aware that dentures may need to be repaired or replaced, even with just normal use and wear.

Q: How much do dentures normally cost?

A: Full dentures will typically cost between $1,000 and $1,500. This greatly depends on the type of denture needed, your insurance coverage, and whether you need full or partial dentures. Your dentist will be able to answer any questions you may have regarding your financial options.