YOU CAN EAT WHATEVER FOODS YOU WANT.
YOU CAN FALL IN LOVE WITH YOUR SMILE AGAIN.
THE TIME HAS COME FOR YOU TO INVEST IN YOURSELF.
Implant Dentures and Bridges are a cutting-edge form of tooth replacement. These are the teeth you’ve always wanted: permanently fixed, highly comfortable, and long-lasting.
Dentures are a means to restore several lost teeth so that you can chew your food and smile comfortably. Dentures, on the other hand, do not have tooth roots to anchor and stimulate bone growth and strengthen the jawbone because they are worn on top of the gums. This causes bone loss, receding gums, changes in one’s facial shape and profile, and periodontal disease.
Dentures, in addition to the cosmetic changes they make in your face, frequently require resizing, can cause mouth ulcers due to friction, slip, and impede your ability to talk correctly.
The Implant Supported Denture is a healthier alternative to regular dentures. This is a mix of a denture that can be removed and cleaned, as well as a number of implants surgically put into the jawbone (excellent for bone stimulation and growth). This method helps to prevent bone loss, which can contribute to periodontal disease. Patients who take this path have an easier time speaking and chewing. In addition to these advantages, there is no slippage and the denture does not need to be resized because there is no bone loss in the jaw.
We are glad to provide the following services:
All-on-4 and All-on-6: With just four dental implants, we can now replace a complete arch! Two implants are angled at the back of your jaw for stability and are put around your dental arch. After that, a restoration (bridge or denture) is placed. This provides you the appearance and function of a full arch of teeth without the need for each lost tooth to be replaced with an implant.
Implant-Supported Dentures: When utilized with dentures, dental implants can provide you with a higher level of support and stability. Implant-supported dentures are dentures that are held in place by a few implants. To keep the denture in place, a bar goes from one implant to the next and attaches to the back of the denture. This eliminates the need for sticky denture adhesives while also restoring your smile’s entire appearance. Finally, you can eat everything you want!
Implant-Retained Dentures are similar to implant-supported dentures in that they are secured by dental implants but are still removable. Ball fittings are inserted on top of the implants, and the denture can snap into the balls.