Dental implant supported dentures are a type of denture that is supported by dental implants. They are a more secure and comfortable alternative to traditional dentures, as the implants are surgically placed into the jawbone and provide a secure anchor for the dentures.
Dental implant supported dentures can be used to replace a full arch of teeth, or just a few missing teeth. They can also be used to stabilize an existing denture. The implants provide a secure fit, and help to prevent the dentures from slipping or shifting in the mouth. Dental implant supported dentures also help to preserve the jawbone, as they stimulate the bone and help to prevent it from deteriorating.
Whether the client has existing dentures over implants or needs a consultation about moving forward with implants to support their dentures — we can help.
Please note we do not perform surgery in our office. We have great working relationships with many dentists and oral surgeons that specialize in these procedures.
We achieve outstanding results by working together with other professionals that each do their part in giving clients the best treatment possible. Our goal is to educate our clients so they are confident in their decision.
All patients of Koster Denture Clinic can take advantage of the Koster difference. It’s what sets us apart from the competition!
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There are two main types of dentures, and they’re the following:
You need to review the following factors before deciding which is the best option for you:
Here are the things you can expect while wearing dentures the first time:
You can reintroduce solid foods once your mouth starts to get comfortable with your dentures. Typically, it may take 3–4 weeks before it’s safe to eat solid or harder foods after getting dentures. But ensure to start slowly with bite-sized pieces and easy-to-chew foods.
You may feel pain wearing temporary dentures after having your teeth extracted. But painkillers will help alleviate the pain and make you feel comfortable during the early stages of the healing period.
Avoid making adjustments to your dentures on your own. Adjusting your dentures at home can cause false teeth to break. If you’re dealing with any issues with your dentures, have them adjusted by your dentist.