Dentures in Charlotte

If you are missing some teeth, dentures may be a good solution for you. Charlotte Emergency Dental is equipped to handle your denture needs.

The dentists and staff members are willing to take the time to understand your situation and help you develop the best plan for your specific needs. If you need dental implants or dentures, give Charlotte Emergency Dental a call!

Charlotte Emergency Dental

Charlotte Emergency Dental is a dental clinic that provides dental services for people in need of urgent care. We’re open seven days a week, with extended hours. Our team of dentists and dental assistants can provide dental care for various dental situations.

While we do offer emergency dental services, we also provide general dentistry services.No matter your reason for visiting, we will take care of you!

We are located at 4010 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC.

What Are Dental Implants?

Dentures are devices used to replace missing teeth. Dentures can be made either full or partial. Full dentures are required when all of the teeth in the mouth have been extracted or have fallen out. Partial dentures can be used to fill in for just a few missing teeth, they typically are secured in your mouth with small clasps. Replacing your missing teeth with dentures will allow ease of daily functions like eating and speaking.

They can be used for people of all ages and for people with or without natural teeth. Dental implants can be used to treat tooth loss caused by gum disease, decay, injury, or other dental problems.

Denture Procedure

A denture is a removable dental appliance that replaces the teeth on the upper or lower jaw or both. When you have lost your teeth and replaced them with dentures, you will notice that the new teeth will feel different from your natural teeth.

This is because they are made of different materials and are not connected to the jaw like natural teeth are. The denture-making process will include taking impressions of the jaw, upper or lower gums, and teeth to build the new set of teeth. Once the dentures are ready, we will instruct you on properly caring for them.

Types of dentures

Full dentures

These replace all of your upper or lower teeth.

Partial dentures

These replace some of your teeth. Partial dentures may be used in combination with a bridge. This is when the dentist or dental hygienist will fit a partial denture over the remaining teeth.

Benefits of Dentures

Dentures can be a solution for people who have lost their teeth. A dentist or oral surgeon will make a custom-made set of teeth that you can wear in your mouth. Dentures can help you eat and talk again if you have missing teeth.

They will also make your teeth look better. Dentures come in different shapes and sizes to best fit your mouth and the look you desire. You can choose the ones that look best on you. You can also get dentures that are fixed or removable. You can take them out and clean them regularly or have them removed by a dentist.

Denture Problems and Solutions

Charlotte Emergency Dental can help you with any issues with your dentures. It is essential that you visit the dentist regularly for cleanings and to have your dentures checked. This will help to prevent gum disease, bone loss, and tooth decay. If you notice your dentures slipping, fitting improperly, or causing pain, this may indicate that you need new dentures.

You should see a dentist immediately if experiencing any of these symptoms.

Loose dentures

If your dentures feel loose, you can try tightening them at home by snapping the clasps on the back together. If this doesn’t work, you may need to see a dentist to have them refitted.

Sore gums

If your gums are sore while you wear your dentures, the dentist may recommend using a particular type of gum massage while you wear your dentures.

Bone Loss

If you have lost a lot of bone and your dentures don’t fit properly, you may need to use a bone grafting procedure to add more bone to the jaw.

Denture Care

To keep your dentures in good shape and free from germs and odors, you should clean them several times a day. Here is how to clean your dentures: Immerse dentures in warm water, then scrub with an electric toothbrush and soak in a cleaning solution. Finish by thoroughly rinsing and allowing to air dry.

Put in a container of denture cleaner. Place in a container of denture cleanser. Please put them in a storage solution container and clean the dentures with a soft cloth. Put your dentures back in your mouth.

At least once every six months, check the fit of your dentures and get advice on how to care for them properly. You should also see your dentist if you have any pain or discomfort or notice that your dentures are coming loose.

The Charlotte Emergency Difference

At Charlotte Emergency, we focus on premier care and beautiful, healthy smiles for all our patients. Through our experienced and caring staff, we want to ensure that each customer has a positive experience throughout the process. Each client is treated as a family member, and we go above and beyond to ensure their satisfaction.

If you need dental services due to a dental emergency, don’t hesitate to contact the team at Charlotte Emergency. You can reach us at 704-525-3939 or email us at [email protected].

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What Our Patients Say

Our promise is quality-driven service. Our experienced, caring staff aims to ensure convenient dental treatment for every patient.

Alanaa N.

Emergency Patient

Everyone was very nice from the moment I walked in. The doctor himself made me feel very comfortable and confident that nothing would go wrong. This place was excellent! And pain free! They saved me from having to go to an oral surgeon and he was able to get my tooth out within 10 minutes the SAME DAY I called!

Marsha G.

General Dentistry Patient

I have terrible anxiety when it comes to dental work but I desperately needed my wisdom tooth removed. I went in scared to death and wound up leaving so excited about the experience! Once they numbed my gums it took maybe 2 minutes to pull it! Everyone was so nice and able to answer my questions and bear with my trepidation!

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What you Need to Know

Emergency FAQ

Do I have to have an emergency to visit?

No, we are available for your immediate needs as well as for full service general dentistry needs! Our dentists are able to provide a wide range of dental treatment options no matter what your reason is for visiting.

How can I pay for my treatment?

Payment is due at time of service. Care Credit is available for financing. We also accept all major credit cards and cash. No personal checks accepted.

Do you perform oral surgery?

No. We do not have oral surgeons on staff, however, our general dentists will extract most teeth based on diagnosis. All of our dentists are licensed in the state of North Carolina.

Can I have a tooth extracted on my first consultation?

We make every effort to provide same day treatment. However, there may be some circumstances that prevent us from doing so. Your doctor will discuss every option with you at your time of visit.

Do you accept insurance?

We’re not in network with any dental insurance but we can provide the appropriate paperwork to file for reimbursement (if applicable)

Not sure if it’s an emergency?

No worries! We offer a wide range of general dentistry services – so rest assured, we’ve got you covered!

What Qualifies As A Dental Emergency?

Extended Hours | 7 Days a Week |  Walk-Ins Welcome

We have temporarily updated our hours, reflected below.


9:00am – 7:00pm


9:00am – 3:00pm

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