Implant Supported Dentures

Implant Supported Dentures Offer Stability and Improved Functionality

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Struggling with Dentures that Slip, Wiggle and Fall Out?

Removable dentures are a great solution that can fix the problems associated with missing teeth in the upper or lower arch. However, they can be troublesome because they depend upon suction, creams and gels to stay in place. If you have struggled to keep your dentures from clicking, sticking and moving, you may be interested in implant supported dentures. More lifelike and stable than traditional dentures, implant supported dentures use a number of dental implants to attach to a denture. This option ensures the denture is secure and will not fall out while eating or speaking, and is a healthier alternative to removable dentures.

Placement of Implant Supported Dentures


Replace Your Missing Teeth With a Supported Denture

Implant supported dentures are one of the latest types of safe, effective dental technology. Small implant posts are surgically implanted below the gum line. The sites heal over the course of a few months, after which they become the foundation for a locking mechanism that attaches to a custom-crafted, lifelike prosthetic denture. When you put the appliance in your mouth, it fits perfectly into the mechanism.
Great Benefits, Great Results!

  • Solve your missing teeth with a denture that cannot slip or fall out
  • Steady, reliable and secure
  • Increase the types of food you can eat
  • Speak with clarity and confidence
  • Feel in control during social situations

Bone Loss? You May Still Be an Implant Supported Denture Candidate

Worried that bone loss will keep you from enjoying the advantages of implant supported dentures? An in-office bone graft procedure is a dependable surgery that restores the amount of bone you have, enabling your mouth to accept dental implants. Our team can explain more during your consultation.


Make the phone call that could change your life and finally solve your missing teeth and denture concerns.

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