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Dentures – East Longmeadow, MA

Eat, Speak and Smile Again

Have you lost all of the teeth in your upper or lower jaw? If so, dentures are absolutely essential so that you can maintain a healthy diet and talk with clarity – not to mention you’ll feel a lot more confident when going out in public. At EMA Dental, we can provide full and partial dentures in East Longmeadow so that you can completely fill in the empty space in your mouth and start enjoying life again. Schedule a consultation with us today so that we can get started on restoring your smile.

Full and Partial Dentures

Senior with dentures

Dentures are simply removeable appliances used to replace an extensive number of teeth. There are two basic kinds: full dentures and partial dentures.

Benefits of Dentures

Full and partial denture

There are many reasons why dentures can allow a patient to lead a more fulfilling life:

Taking Care of Dentures

Man with denture

If you drop your dentures while you’re taking them out, they could break; for this reason, only remove your dentures over a full sink or a soft surface such as a towel.

Plaque can form on false teeth just as easily as it can on natural ones, to it’s important to clean them every day. Rinse them in warm water and use a cleanser designed to work on dentures (conventional toothpaste, bleach, vinegar and soap might actually damage them). Always brush your dentures gently to clean them.

Of course, you can’t neglect your oral health even with your natural teeth gone, so don’t forget to brush your gums and tongue as well. You can finish your oral hygiene session by rinsing with mouthwash.

Implant-Retained Dentures


Traditional dentures might become ill-fitting and more likely to slip over time. This is because missing teeth can cause the jawbone to deteriorate and lose its shape. This can affect the structure of your face and cause you to look older.

With implant-retained dentures, your new teeth will be attached to metal posts that have been surgically inserted into the jaw; this helps stimulate the bone and lets you maintain a more youthful appearance. Furthermore, dentures that are anchored in place by implants are more stable, won’t slip, and improve chewing strength.