Denture Supported Implants
Millions of people are missing most or all of their teeth. A common complaint of people who wear complete dentures is that they are hard to keep in place, resulting in problems eating and speaking, and also causing soreness as the teeth shift and rub on the gums.
For these people, a denture replacement solution that eliminates the need for denture adhesives might mean a new level comfort and ease in their life. Using dental implants for support, thereby removes the need for the use of messy and unreliable denture adhesives. The use of dental implants can return the look and function that your current dentures and denture adhesives probably aren’t providing.
If your dentures are uncomfortable, and denture adhesive is bothersome, our removable denture solution may be the right one for you.
A removable implant denture is another form of a dental implant supported denture, but is removable for cleaning, similar to your current dentures.
Implant Benefits to Stabilize Dentures
• Improved confidence
• Stability during speech and eating provides optimum function
• Increased preservation of your bone
• Less food under your denture
• Superior aesthetics
• A feeling close to that of your natural teeth
2 implants + bar attachment
2 implants + ball attachments
4 implants + bar
Benefits of Full Arch Implants with Overdentures
• Denture stablized with implants
• Possible to use existing dentures
• Simple and Inexpensive
• Offers a long-lasting solution, often for life
• Renewed confidence and improved quality of life as well
Installing Full Arch Implants with Overdentures
The course of treatment described here is one of several options available.
1:Before the procedure
Examination and preparation for the planned treatment procedure.
2. Installing the implants
The first step is installing dental implants to replace the lost tooth roots. In this case, two implants are used. Four implants may be placed in cases for added overdenture retention. Temporary dentures may be worn that enable you to eat and function like normal while waiting for the permanent overdenture to be installed.
3. Attaching ball/bar and making overdentures
A ball or bar is then attached on top of the implants and the overdentures installed over. The ball or bar acts as a clip that enables the overdentures to snap securely in place.
4. End result
The removable overdentures are securely clipped on top of the implant with the ball/bar giving the strength and stability that allows you to better than with conventional dentures.