The loss of your teeth can be devastating, and not just because it usually follows a painful situation. Without teeth, it’s harder to eat and speak, which can disrupt your daily life dramatically. At the same time, you might be insecure about your altered smile and suffer a blow to your confidence. This is why it’s so important to get your smile back, and you can do that with dentures.
High-quality dentures are made of solid and natural-looking materials that mimic the appearance and functionality of natural teeth. You can get back to living your normal life and feeling good while doing so after just one quick visit to a dentist. We provide emergency dental services to people in Wisconsin, and we’re here to supply you with strong, good-looking dentures.
If you live in Wisconsin and need our emergency dental services, you can call right now at 1-888-351-1473 to schedule an appointment with the nearest dentist available.
Emergency dental issues can be anything, big or small, painful or subtle. The one thing all of these problems have in common is that they require immediate dental assistance, as even the smallest issues are usually symptoms of a bigger problem. Don’t wait for these problems to get worse. We work with the best dentists in Wisconsin and the United States as a whole, so you’re never too far from help.
Finding a good set of dentures might seem simple on the surface, but we know that you have needs and priorities unique to your situation. This is why we work hard to find you not only something that works, but also something that fits perfectly based on your requirements. Each denture option you have is different and works for different purposes, so it’s important to know ahead of time what you’re looking for.
These are synthetic teeth placed on an acrylic base, molded to fit your mouth properly. Rather than being attached to anything, they float along the gums with an adhesive. This allows the dentures to be removed as needed, but it can also result in possible shifting when you talk or eat, which isn’t always ideal.
These are synthetic-on-acrylic, like the traditional dentures, but they are attached to a metal bridge implanted in the jaw for added stability and a more natural appearance. This prevents shifting, but it still allows these dentures to be removed if you would like to.
Overdentures are similar to implant dentures, but they are directly screwed into a titanium base, which keeps them fixed in place permanently. Overdentures are the strongest option available. They have more chewing power and the benefit of better bone support and health.
A: In normal situations, dentures last about eight years, which is the point you’re encouraged to replace them. However, if they’re cared for, their life can be extended up to 10 years. The opposite is true if they’re damaged or unhealthy — if dentures are not properly cared for, they may not last as long or function as well as they should.
A: Our dentists can take patients on as little as 24 hours’ notice. However, it is important to note that faster denture appointments might be more costly for expedited labor and manufacturing.
A: Dentures should be treated like natural teeth when it comes to caring for them, especially since they can also build up plaque and bacteria. Your dentist can provide you with the specific care and cleaning instructions you need to keep them in good shape.