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Implant Retained Dentures

The difficulties associated with missing teeth can severely undermine self-confidence and your quality of life. Health, eating habits, speech and appearance can all be compromised. Over time, teeth lost, bone loss usually occurs and can affect your denture.

This can result in the denture becoming loose and may cause difficulty in stabilization of the denture. Loose dentures can cause decreased chewing ability and deterioration of the jaw structure overtime.

A dental implant is the preferred method of tooth replacement. Dental implants are a replacement for tooth roots and this in turn forms a stable foundation for permanent replacement of teeth. Dental Implants add support for full and partial dentures. They integrate with the bone to act as an anchor.

Dental Implants, a good choice

Dental implants can be used to replace many missing teeth or a single lost tooth and give a real feeling than most types of dentures. Many patients that have chosen implant supported teeth are happy with their choice and feel a new level of comfort for the first time since the loss of their natural teeth.

Overdentures

People with many or all of their teeth missing typically have complete or partial dentures; this treatment option is called Overdentures. The replacement teeth are retained by dental implants. Overdentures were developed to help both partial and fully edentulous patients regain a better quality of life.

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Better ability to eat
  • improved oral health
  • appearance and self-esteem
  • restoration of your mouth to a natural state, allowing superior long-term esthetics
    and an enhanced natural smile and quality of life
  • increased denture comfort
  • denture stability is increased
  • help prevent bone loss