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When your dentures are held in place with dental implants, you will once again be able to eat, speak, and chew with confidence. Your confident smile will return, and your dental pain and discomfort can finally be alleviated.
Whether you are a first-time denture wearer or you have been wearing removable dentures for years, opting for denture implants could provide you with a secure, long-term solution to all of your oral health concerns.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
Unlike traditional dentures that are held in place with suction or adhesive, implant dentures fit onto implant attachments that are rooted securely within your jawbone.
Once implanted into your jaw, the bone and the implant body integrate into one cohesive member with a process known as osseointegration. This provides a stable and reliable anchor for the denture to attach to, allowing the denture wearer to eat, speak, laugh, and chew with more confidence than ever before that their denture is held securely in place.
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What are the benefits of implant dentures?
- In studies, dental implants are shown to preserve bone and reduce gum tissue loss.
- Thanks to the secure attachment to the jawbone, eating, speech, and laughter can now be performed with confidence.
- Implant dentures are the next closest thing to natural teeth
- Historically, dental implants have a high clinical success rate.
Are dental implants safe?
Modern dental implants have been used for more than 30 years and are widely considered a safe dental treatment option. Additionally, they have a high clinical success rate, and patients remark on their comfort and reliability.
How long do dental implants last?
Provided they are properly cared for, many dental implants can last upward of 20 years.
Are dental implants painful?
Patients receive localized anesthesia prior to a dental implant procedure which means you should not experience any pain during the procedure. Following the procedure, some discomfort may be present. The level of discomfort often depends on how involved your procedure was and how many implants were placed. Your oral surgeon will provide you with everything you need to know about recovering from this procedure comfortably.