Implant Retained Dentures
Many times, due to unsufficient amount of remaining bone tissues in the jaws, the need for support of the tissues of the face, or just the desire to minimize the investment in a reconstruction, the placement of 6 to 8 implants may not be the recommended approach.
In these situations, we can place less implants in the jaw, and then create a fixdenture which behaves and functions (during chewing, speaking) like perfectly fixed teeth.
Your new prosthesis clips very firmly to an implant supported retention structure. You are able to take your prosthesis in and out for cleaning.
The dental implants provide support for increased biting and chewing forces, and offer a huge improvement over the poor suction of a conventional denture.
Once the implant position is determined, the implants are placed and we provide you with a cushioned temporary denture. After a healing period a second step is performed to attach connectors (abutments) to the implants which are in form of a ball or bar with clips for the denture. Then we create your Enhanced Denture, which has matching clips or snaps that are precision fitted to your bar or ball abutments.
Even though it is removable, your completed reconstruction has no covering onto the roof of your mouth or interfering with your tongue. Many upper denture wearers who want a return to the natural feeling, and greatly improved taste sensations, of an "open palate" choose this approach to enhance their quality of life.
Your new teeth are firmly attached to your bar by means of the hidden clips and snaps. They stay in your mouth, just like real teeth, during your day to day activities. At night, you can remove them for cleaning.
Since your teeth are supported by bone anchored implants, it's up to you whether or not you wish to sleep with them in or out. When you are wearing them, your teeth are comfortably attached to your jaw.
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