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Urgent Denture Repair

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Broken/Partial Denture Repair 

repairs starting at $39


Understanding What to Do With Broken Dentures

Denture Repair

Even though dentures are fabricated from extremely durable materials, they will break, wear out, a tooth will come out, or their fit will change. When any of these happen, it's time for denture repair, and that’s where Urgent Denture Repair in McKeesport, Pennsylvania comes in.

Accidents happen; dogs still like to chew on the plates of the dental kind, and trash compacters have never taken kindly to dentures. It is frequently not a matter of "if," but rather a matter of "when" a denture will become broken, lost, or damaged beyond repair.

One can be assured that a problem will happen when least expected, and immediate, usually important, plans definitely will be altered unless a person is prepared.

Broken Denture Repair – Duplicate Dentures

While this type of denture may be made at any time from an existing functional denture, it generally is fabricated immediately after a new denture is made. The embarrassment denture is neither as accurate nor aesthetically pleasing and durable as the original, but it is adequate and only meant for short-term use. The cost is generally considerably less than the original denture.

Such an interim prosthesis may be relined annually and adjusted in advance to fit the current changing shape of an individual's jaw, and therefore be ready to use at a moment's notice.

However, some individuals choose to have their embarrassment denture relined and adjusted only when they need the short-term denture. Following this latter course means that they will have to wait to wear their interim denture until an appointment can be scheduled with a dentist to complete the reline and any adjustments.

But a reline for an embarrassment denture can be done in the dentist's office during a single appointment so a patient may leave with it refitted in the mouth. In either case, a person would not be without a prosthesis while their regular denture is being worked on.

Same-Day Denture Repair

Our denture repair center is happy to provide both denture repair and denture duplication! We want to ensure that you're 100% comfortable sending us your broken denture or the denture you would like us to copy. Please feel free to give us a call if you have any questions or concerns.

Save $10.00 when you have a duplicate made during a denture repair!

Partial Dentures

Emergency Partial Denture Repair Services

We also provide emergency partial denture repair services. Urgent Denture Repair center has no hidden fees. On other websites, you should check shipment pricing options, make sure their repair service is done on-site the same day,
and mailed back to you on the same day as we do!

Necessary Oral Care Procedures for Your Denture

Dentures need special attention, and the same goes for your oral health. According to the American Dental Association, the following are some of the necessary oral care procedures to ensure your dentures are in perfect condition and your gums are in the pink of health:

  • Make sure that you brush your gums, tongue, and palate every morning before you insert your dentures. This stimulates circulation in your gums.
  • Dentures are delicate and fragile. Try not to drop it when you are not wearing them.
  • Brush your dentures regularly. This will prevent the occurrence of stains and plaque.
  • Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to clean your dentures.
  • Some denture wearers use mild hand soap or dishwashing liquid to clean their dentures. These are acceptable alternatives to regular dentures cleaning agents. Avoid using powdered cleansers and bleach as these are too abrasive on dentures.
  • Do not let the dentures dry out when you are not wearing them. It may lose its shape as a result. Soak it in a dental cleanser solution or water instead.

Regular dental checkups are also important. Your dentist needs to examine your dentures to see if they fit correctly and if the dentures need to be relined, rebased, or replaced due to normal wear. Loose and ill-fitting dentures breed infections and mouth sores.

How to Wear a Removable

Partial Denture?

Removable partial dentures usually consist of replacement teeth attached to pink or gum-colored plastic bases, which are connected by a metal framework. Removable partial dentures are attached to your natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called precision attachments. Dentures with precision attachments generally cost more than those with metal clasps, and bridges are permanently fixed to your teeth.

Precision attachments are generally more esthetic than metal clasps, and they are nearly invisible. Crowns on your natural teeth may improve the fit of a removable partial denture, and they are usually required with attachments. Consult your dentist to find out which type is right for you.

Implants can also be used to fill the gaps instead. These are an excellent solution if you have enough bones or can have bones added because they won’t take out the other teeth if they fail.

Nothing in dentistry lasts forever, but in terms of bridges, the longer they are, the more of a chance they have to fail. The key to maintaining bridges and partial dentures is care. They can last for 10 years, and some people retain them up to 30 years.

One disadvantage is that it's difficult to clean under the bridge, and if one of the teeth supporting the bridge gets wrecked, either from decay or breakage, or it gets unstuck from the bridge, it may result in adverse outcomes for the other teeth.

Also, food can get stuck under them, and if not cleaned properly, you get decay where your denture sits as plaque festers. They often need to be replaced or relined every so often.

Difference Between Full

and Partial Dentures 

The loss of a tooth or multiple teeth can be a devastating occurrence and has the potential to create a significant impact on the well-being of your mouth and subsequent overall health. Restricted ability to perform natural functions, a weakened jawbone, permanent damage to remaining teeth, and an aesthetically lacking smile are just a few of the changes which may occur after tooth loss.

A practical and popular solution to this problem can be found in the use of dentures—either in full or partial format.

A full denture is placed in the mouth after any remaining teeth have been removed and tissues have healed. Healing can take several months, during which you are without teeth. The complete full denture replaces all the teeth in the mouth.

An immediate full denture is inserted immediately after the remaining teeth have been removed or all teeth lost, allowing the surrounding area of gum and tissue to heal while the denture is in place. After the tissue and gums have recovered, the denture may need to be reshaped or relined as it becomes loose during the healing process.

Partial dentures fill in the spaces where there are missing teeth and prevent other teeth from changing position. Partial dentures rest on a metal framework that is attached to your natural teeth. Crowns can sometimes be placed on some of your natural teeth and serve as anchors for the denture. Partial dentures offer a removable alternative to bridges.

A new denture will not last forever as the mouth and face both change shape, and the denture will either have to be replaced or realigned.

There are different types of dentures depending on the individual need and variations on the structure. They are made per your
specific requirements.

Here is the treatment to find the best type of denture for you, and we can advise on every aspect of your dental treatment to find the most elegant solution to your problem. Whether it’s for full or partial dentures, upper or lower dentures, conventional or immediate dentures, we have the answers to your needs. Contact Urgent Denture Repair today!

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