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Many patients are not aware that in addition to emergency care, we are also pleased to provide all types of non-emergency general dentistry and hygiene, often provided same day or scheduled at your convenience!
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I travel from 2 hours away to see the doctors at this office. I have been going there for all my dental care since they took a tooth out for me years ago. All the doctors and staff are great and I will happily continue to drive two hours to see them. Keep up the good work guys!
Heather M.
I hadn't been to the dentist in a while and since nothing hurt, I figured everything was fine. Boy was I wrong! I woke up one day with so much pain so I called the good folks at Urgent Dental Care and they got me in immediately... A great team and a great office for everything you need.
Kevin G.
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Dentures

Dentures have been around for many years, and they are still a very popular choice for tooth replacement. Today’s modern dentures look more natural than ever, and they are also more comfortable.

If you are considering dentures to replace your missing teeth, talk to the doctors at Urgent Dental Care of New Hampshire. In addition to handling your emergency dental situation, we also provide general dentistry services, including dentures.

Getting dentures to replace your missing teeth will give you back your confidence. With dentures, you will be able to eat, smile, and speak confidently again! Call us to learn more about dentures as a viable option for replacing missing teeth.

Partial Dentures to Replace a Few Missing Teeth

If you are missing just a few teeth, you might wonder if it is necessary to do anything about it. Chances are, you are managing okay with a gap or two in your mouth. What you might not know, however, is that not taking care of these gaps is risking the health of the teeth still in your mouth.

When you don’t fill in the gap left by missing teeth, your other teeth will begin to shift. Soon your bite will be compromised, and you may find it more difficult than ever to chew. This can also lead to more tooth loss.

A partial denture is an excellent solution. Made up of replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored, plastic base, the partial is attached to either healthy teeth or teeth that have been replaced by crowns.

You will be able to chew comfortably again, and you won’t have to worry about shifting teeth leading to more tooth loss.

Complete Dentures for Complete Tooth Replacement

If you are looking at total tooth replacement, complete dentures are a great option.

Gone are the days of dentures made from big plastic plates held in place by sticky adhesives. Today’s dentures fit better than ever. They are more stable and comfortable than ever before.

After you adapt to the dentures, you will be able to eat, speak, and laugh comfortably again. Dentures are more natural looking now than they were in the past, and people will probably not even know you are wearing them.

Implant-Supported Dentures Combine the Best of Two Worlds

Combining the stability of dental implants with the affordability of dentures, implant-supported dentures offer an excellent tooth replacement option.

Implant-supported dentures attach to dental implants that provide a stable base for the dentures. Because the dental implants integrate into your gums much the way your tooth roots did, the attached dentures will not move or shift. Knowing your dentures are completely stable can be a real confidence-booster.

Another advantage of implant-supported dentures is that there is no “facial collapse” as there is with traditional dentures. Facial collapse is the sunken-in look most denture-wearers eventually develop because their jawbone shrinks. When the bone is no longer stimulated by tooth roots, nutrients are no longer sent to the area. Dental implants help keep the bone healthy.

Call Urgent Dental Care of New Hampshire

Dentures are an excellent way to replace missing teeth. Find out more by calling us today!