Dentures are removable replacements for missing teeth and the tissues surrounding it. If you are tired of uncomfortable or aren’t stable, then there is a remedy for your problem, i.e., Implant with Dentures for improved aesthetics to perverse the health of the jawbone.
Implant-supported dentures are over-dentures which are attached to the gums by root-form titanium implants within the jaws. These implants are set in the jaw, where they are placed in the surrounding bone firmly. Attachments are positioned in the underside of the denture that joins with the implants. When posted in the mouth, the denture snaps onto the implants, keeping it stable and secure.
What are the benefits of Implant with Dentures?
Implant with dentures have benefits as follows:
- People who have had implant-supported dentures will be more confident while talking, laughing, or eating in public. You don’t even have to worry about your replacement teeth slipping or falling out while eating or while being engaged in any conversation.
- Implant-supported dentures are better and comfortable because they are stable and also make you feel just like they are your natural teeth. There won’t be much irritation of gum tissue as the patients who have conventional dentures often suffer from discomfort, agony, and canker sores.
- Implant-supported dentures look much more natural than conventional dentures because they need less plastic for retention. Your appearance stays as it is for a long-term by wearing implant-supported dentures, as it prevents jaw shrinkage and bone loss.
- Conventional dentures patients usually face difficulty while speaking. They speak the unclear slurred speech. Clicking noise is a common problem faced by them. Implant-supported dentures instead provide you with a more clear and natural voice helping you to relax and talk easily.
- Another best thing is that after implant-supported dentures, you don’t even have to use denture adhesives.
What is the process involved?
After osseointegration, the fusing process is done, and you should visit your dentist. It is decided by your dentist about what type of implant-supported denture you need, either a snap, a bar, or an abutment attached to the implants. These pieces help connect to your dentures, helping it to be held firmly in place. Your gums might need at least two weeks to heal. It is always recommended to get yourself regularly checked by your dentist.
Find out more about implant-supported dentures as you visit our office. Call Silicon Dental today at 408-238-5500 or request an appointment online.