Implant Retained Denture Sugar Land and Copperfield
Many of you know what dentures and what dental implants are, but do you know how we can use both of them together? An implant-retained denture is a type of over denture that is supported and attached to implants. A general denture rests on the gums, and is not supported by implant. An implant retained denture is used when a person doesn't have teeth in the jaw, but has enough jawbones to support implants.
It will help to have small understanding of parts and the pieces involved in implant dentistry. Key to understand how this works is to have and what a dental implant is. Simply, an implant replaces missing tooth root. These are implanted through the gums into the jawbone. With healing, implants are commonly topped with porcelain crowns.
Benefits of Implant Retained Dentures
- No more sticky denture
- Improved comfort when wearing dentures
- Improved ability to chew
- Eliminates embarrassment in social situations
- Improve your confidence
- Implants-retained are placed by making an incision into gum (first step), with lifting tissue and drilling sockets into the jaw (no pain in the bone).
- Once the procedures of implants have integrated, the dentures can be attached; you can start enjoying your new smile.
- A denture can be accommodating the existing teeth, if you have implants in support of single crowns.
- The procedure performed to place implants is carried out with local anesthetics to ensure pain-free. If you are nervous to having treatment, don't wait to talk. Our dentists prior to the procedure intra-venous sedation or oral dentistry.
Your first Implants visit with Dr. Mujib Ashrafi will take place 2-3 days following your retained denture procedure.