Implant Retained Denture
Say goodbye to denture adhesives, sore spots and embarrassing moments with implant retained dentures that have a bite comparable to natural teeth. Dental implants will hold your dentures firmly in place. Dental implants are small titanium screws that act as a substitute for the root portions of your missing teeth. As a biocompatible material, the implant will gently fuse with your jawbone in a process known as osseointegration. This makes your dentures a more natural part of you. With a more secure fit, you can talk, eat and laugh freely without having to worry about what your dentures are doing. Implant supported removable dentures are fully removable dentures that are supported and anchored on implants
Dental Implants can be used for all kinds of restorations. We use them like natural tooth roots to support our dentures and hold them in place. Your complete dentures or partial dentures are attached to your new artificial roots, providing you with greater stability than ever before.
Advantages of implant retained dentures include:
- A stable and secure fit of your dentures to your gums
- Less denture base covering the roof of your mouth
- Improved taste and speech with less denture base
- A bite comparable to your own natural teeth
- Restored chewing ability with greater enjoyment of food
- Improved digestion and well being
- No more pressure points or sore spots
We offer various dental implant retained denture:
Dental implants for removable dentures
Easy to remove with the components that snap on and off. Suitable for people who want the option of removing and maintaining their dentures.
Dental implants for fixed dentures
Firmly attached to the dental implants. A dental professional can only remove this type of denture implant as these are fixed permanently in place.
Mini dental implants removable dentures
If traditional dental implants are not suitable, which can be the case if the jawbone is not sufficient enough to support standard implants, then mini implants can be used to retain removable dentures. They are not considered a long-term solution but do offer some advantages:
- The procedure is less invasive
- The treatment is not as costly as standard implants
- The treatment can be performed under local anaesthetic
- The procedure and recovery time are quicker than with traditional implants
Mini implants can also be used as part of a treatment plan involving standard long-term implants to offer temporary stability.
In harmony with your body
As part of your consultation, the Implant Dentist will assess the condition of your jawbone, the soft tissue of your mouth, your general health and the type of dentures you require. If you decide to undergo treatment, they will develop a treatment plan to fit the dental implants that help your dentures look just like natural teeth. Because your dental implant will actually fuse with your jawbone in a process known as ‘osseointegration’, it won’t be long before your denture teeth look and feel more secure.
Long-term solution to tooth loss
As little as two dental implants in your lower jaw are proven to significantly help overcome the social and physical limitations experienced by complete denture wearers. This will improve