If you need dentures, but are worried that they may slip or become unstable, implant retained dentures may benefit you. Implant retained dentures reduce the possibility of your dentures popping out of your mouth while eating or speaking. Implant retained dentures can be utilized for either full or partial dentures.
How does it work?
Implant Retained Dentures are placed in your mouth by a process where the dentist places screws in the upper or lower jaw, depending on your situation. The denture is then situated on top of the implants. Depending on your individual preference, more equipment can be added to create even more stability and improve comfort.
Long-term benefits to Implant Retained Dentures
Implant retained dentures can help to eliminate pain and make it much easier to speak and eat effectively. They also improve your health, because without all of your teeth, you’re more prone to oral health problems. Dentures also help to maintain your original jaw structure by ensuring no excessive bone loss occurs that may affect your jaw later on.