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Dentures – East Longmeadow & Northampton, MA

Comfortable, Natural-Looking Prosthetic Teeth

older man smiling with dentures in East Longmeadow & Northampton

Losing even one tooth can be annoying and inconvenient. If you’ve lost most or all of your teeth, though, it can really take a toll on your everyday life. Basic tasks like eating, speaking, or smiling with confidence become difficult, if not downright impossible. Our team at EMA Dental wants you to know that you don’t have to put up with living like this forever. With personalized dentures in East Longmeadow & Northampton, you can enjoy all of the benefits of having a full, gorgeous smile once again. Call us today to schedule a consultation and get started on rebuilding your beautiful grin.

Types of Dentures

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Dentures are probably the most well-known method of replacing lost teeth. After all, people have been using them for centuries. Thanks to advancements in dental technology, modern dentures are more realistic and comfortable than ever before. They even come in three different varieties, which are:

Full Dentures

An entire arch of artificial teeth sits on a pink acrylic base that is held in place with natural suction and sometimes a bit of denture adhesive.


A partial is designed to complete your smile like a missing puzzle piece by replacing teeth in specific areas. It’s secured by a metal clasp that fits behind your remaining teeth.

Implant-Retained Dentures

A full or partial denture can be supported by dental implants. By surgically placing these titanium posts into your jawbone, we can ensure the dentures won’t slip around. They also replenish more of your original chewing power, allowing you to enjoy tougher foods like steak with ease.

The Dentures Process

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After any necessary preparatory work, such as tooth extractions, we can begin the dentures process by capturing impressions of your mouth. A dental lab will create your dentures to our exact specifications, and you’ll later return to our office to have them fitted and adjusted accordingly.

If you choose to get an implant-retained denture, the procedure is different. The implant posts will need to be surgically placed in your jaw. Your mouth will then need about three to six months to heal. At that point, the implants should be stable enough to support the denture.

Benefits of Dentures

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When you choose to replace your missing teeth in East Longmeadow & Northampton with dentures, you can expect to enjoy several benefits, including:

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