Implant-supported dentures

Experience stability and comfort with dentures supported by dental implants, providing a secure and natural-looking solution for missing teeth.

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Here's how it works.

1

Consultation and Evaluation

You'll start with a consultation with your dentist. They will evaluate your oral health, bone density, and overall suitability for dental implants. X-rays and possibly a CT scan will be taken to assess the condition of your jawbone.

2

Treatment Planning

Your dentist will create a customized treatment plan based on your individual needs. This plan will outline the number of implants required, the type of implant-supported denture and the surgical procedure.

3

Implant Placement

On the day of implant placement, you'll receive local anesthesia to numb the area. The dental implants, which are small titanium posts, will be surgically placed into your jawbone.

4

Osseointegration

Over the next few months, a process called osseointegration occurs. During this time, the implants fuse with the surrounding bone, providing a strong foundation for the dentures.

5

Abutment Placement

After osseointegration is complete, abutments (connector pieces) are attached to the implants. These abutments serve as connectors between the implants and the denture.

6

Denture Fabrication

Your dentist will take impressions of your mouth to create a custom-fitted implant-supported denture that fits precisely over the abutments. The denture is designed to match the appearance of natural teeth and complement your facial features.

7

Denture Placement

Once the denture is ready, it will be securely attached to the abutments. Your dentist will ensure that it fits comfortably and securely.

8

Adjustment and Follow-Up

Your dentist will make any necessary adjustments to ensure proper fit, comfort, and bite alignment. Regular follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your healing progress and address any concerns.

Why is it important to do full mouth rehabilitation?

It is important to note that full mouth rehabilitation requires careful evaluation, planning, and coordination between different dental specialists. A thorough examination and consultation with a qualified dentist or prosthodontist are necessary to determine if full mouth rehabilitation is the right option for an individual's oral health needs.

  • Improved Speech

    Implant-supported dentures are less likely to shift or slip while you speak, which can help you maintain clear speech patterns.

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