Implant dentures are a type of dentures that attach onto implants in your jaw in order to improve fit and function as compared to traditional dentures. Because they attach to the implants in your mouth, they are more anchored in place when you’re eating or speaking so you don’t have to worry about accidental slippage or movement.
Consult with our denturist to determine the type of denture implant that is right for you. We also offer complete and partial denture options at our clinic in Red Deer.
Advantages of Implant Dentures
Here are some advantages on why implant supported dentures might be the better option for you
Strengthen jawbone: Implant supported dentures are attached to implants inserted in the jawbone. The jaw requires continual stimulation from teeth to remain strong. Implant dentures provide this stimulation that keeps the jawbone strong.
Do not shift or slip: Complete dentures can shift, move or become loose with time. Implant dentures eliminate this problem as they are firmly attached to the implants
Give a natural look: An implant denture looks more natural, and also the function of your teeth is more organic after you get it.
Make it easy to chew: Tooth loss makes many simple, daily tasks very challenging, especially chewing food. Implant dentures give the sturdiness needed to restore your ability to chew your favorite foods with ease.
There are many ways to attach a denture to implants such as a bar, locators, or ball attachments. Depending on your mouth’s make up and structure, one may be better than the others for you. For more information, please contact us.
Consult with Our Denturist
It’s important to visit an experienced and trusted denturist for such a complex oral procedure. If you are looking for information about getting implants for new dentures in Red Deer, please don’t hesitate to book an appointment at the Red Deer Denture Clinic. Our staff would be happy to discuss your options with you to decide the best course of action.
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