An implant supported denture is a type of over denture that is supported by and attached to implants. A regular denture rests on the gums, and is not supported by implants. An implant-supported denture is used when a person doesn’t have any teeth in the jaw, but has enough bone in the jaw to support implants.
People who have suffered with dental problems may ultimately have to consider getting Denture Implant. While the traditional dentures that are removable have been the choice for many people, implant retained dentures are becoming the new choice.
Implant retained dentures offer a host of benefits that make it a much better choice than traditional dentures.
Denture Implant are simply a restoration for missing teeth. You can have a partial set or full set of dentures. They are generally made from a plastic base, with artificial teeth positioned on the frame. This is a replacement for natural teeth, not just for cosmetic reasons. Missing teeth can impact ability to speak clearly, interfere with eating, and can ultimately have negative health consequences. Denture Implant are used to eliminate these problems.
Another problem with missing teeth is the impact it has on bone structure. Implant retained dentures not only look natural, but it will make your smile beautiful again. Denture Implant will keep your facial structure younger looking, because the teeth help hold everything in place.
Benefits of Implant Retained Dentures
- Implant retained dentures are more secure than traditional dentures. Removable dentures must be held in place by a bonding agent, and are traditionally known for coming loose when you eat certain foods. Denture Implant are held in place more securely and are overall more reliable.
- Denture Implant are also more comfortable for the wearer. Most people report they don’t even feel like they have dentures in.
- Implant retained dentures also prevent the wearer from experiencing sore spots and pressure points commonly associated with removable dentures.
- When wearing implanted dentures, it prevents further bone loss that occurs from missing teeth. This also allows the facial structure to stay the same, and keeps your mouth healthier.