The Best Solution for Loose Dentures
There are multitudes of ways to replace missing teeth or teeth that need to be removed. The most advanced procedure today for replacing missing teeth is the placement of dental implants or implant dentures. While there are plenty of other procedures that can replace missing teeth, an implant retained denture is regarded as an excellent permanent option for teeth replacement.
An implant retained denture is secured by a few dental implants positioned perfectly in your jawbone to give you just the amount of support your denture needs to stay in place.
What are the advantages of
implant retained dentures?
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An implant retained denture gives you the ability to replace your missing teeth and have the confidence to smile without worrying about your denture falling out. The implants stabilize the denture allowing you to chew, talk, and smile comfortably.
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Prevent Changing Face Shape
An implant retained denture using four implants per dental arch (four on the upper and four on the lower) will keep your jawbone intact. This can help prevent your face from having a sunken appearance that one can get with conventional dentures over time. Conventional dentures do not preserve bone structure as there is nothing in the jawbone to retain the bone structure. On the other hand, research has shown deterioration in the facial structure in some patients because too many implants – usually 8-10 – actually alter the root system in the jawbone. The implant retained denture procedure can provide a steady balance and help preserve your facial structure to maintain a full, beautiful, and healthy smile.
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Don’t worry about
Your Teeth Falling Out
The implant retained denture procedure gives you the confidence to chew without worry. Once secured with four implants, the denture is held in place permanently. You can bite into all your favorite foods without having to worry about your teeth shifting or, even worse, coming out!
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Teeth for Life
Because these implants are made of a high-grade titanium material and are integrated into your bone, they can give you a lifetime of stability. Taking proper care of your denture is imperative for them lasting a lifetime. With proper home care, your implant retained dentures can be the perfect teeth replacement option. This is beneficial not only for your health and comfort but also for your wallet!
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Costs are Less than Other
Dental Implant Procedures
Soon after your treatment, you’ll be free to eat your favorite foods, laugh more, and of course, smile more. Never again will you worry about denture adhesive! Instead, you will enjoy your beautiful new smile for the rest of your life!
Commonly Asked Questions about Implant Retained Dentures
“Best types of dentures?”
The best treatment option for replacing teeth are often implant retained dentures. Implants allow stability, slow down or even stop bone loss, increase confidence, and fix problems loose dentures cause.
“Best denture alternatives?”
The best denture alternative is a permanent Hybrid Prosthesis. Multiple implants are used to support “bridge-over-the-implants.” A final product is a natural looking, beautiful smile that stays in your mouth permanently.
“Do dental implants hurt?”
It is possible to have the procedure done under local anesthetic, or you can request additional sedation. Once the anesthesia has worn off, any pain and discomfort should be minimal. If necessary, your oral surgeon can prescribe pain medication but over-the-counter medication is usually substantial.
“Loose fitting denture solution?”
Research shows that missing teeth cause the jaw bone to shrink and change shape over time. Dentures should be checked every year and should be replaced when they lose their fit and become loose. This often takes place after 5-10 years of use. By using dental adhesive, you may have only masked the loose fit of your dentures. Your best option for loose dentures may be implant retained dentures. Implants slow down or even stop further bone loss and allow stability and denture retention.
“Dental implant quotes?”
How much do tooth implants cost? We would be happy to give you a quote after you see an Oral Surgeon to determine if you are an implant candidate.
“What is the cost for single dental implants?”
Dental implants are intended to be a lifetime solution. Over time, they are the most cost effective treatment. Most implants are placed by oral surgeons, specialists in implant dentistry. The average cost for a single dental implant cost around $2000.
“Implant denture cost?”
Hybris Prosthesis or Teeth-In-One-Day is a revolutionary procedure that replaces all teeth. This procedure is performed by our implant specialists at Coddington Dental along with oral surgeons at Nebraska Maxillofacial Surgery Center.
Our team-inclusive approach saves you time and gives you an investment that is affordable. With our team, everything is done locally in Lincoln, NE with one fixed cost for the full mouth teeth replacement. Find out more about Hybrid Prosthesis here.
The investment for a hybrid prosthesis includes the cost of surgery, temporary implant bridges, and permanent hybrid prosthesis. All fees for Coddington Dental implant specialists and oral surgery specialists are combined and will not change. The process is one fee, including follow-up appointments, so you will know how much your new smile will cost during your free consultation.
“Can smokers have implant retained dentures?”
Patients are strongly advised to quit smoking before receiving dental implants. This is because smoking makes it more difficult for the gums and bone to heal, greatly increasing the risk of implant failure.
Is it time to Makeover Your Smile?
Ask today about Implant Retained Dentures.
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