Full-Arch Tooth Loss Deserves a Permanent, Comfortable Solution
Losing multiple or a full-arch of teeth certainly impacts many aspects of life. From changes in appearance and bite to bone loss and uncomfortable dentures, many patients face daily struggles. Often, patients believe that traditional dentures are their only option for full-arch tooth replacement. However, dental implant solutions offer an incredible, permanent alternative. Implant supported dentures replace multiple or a full-arch of missing teeth. With this solution, you can enjoy all the benefits of implants and the comfortable, confident smile you deserve!
How Do Implant Supported Dentures Compare to Traditional Dentures?
A recent study revealed that 95 percent of patients seem to be unhappy with their dentures. Common problems with traditional dentures include discomfort, movement and clicking. Other concerns are instability and a fit that changes over time. We understand that dentures initially seem like a convenient choice for tooth replacement. However, they do not engage with the jaw bone. Over time, bone deteriorates and changes the fit of the denture. Implant dentures are supported by implants placed within the bone. This offers a far more secure fit, feel and function over traditional appliances.
Why Choose Implant Supported Dentures?
- Preserve bone health
- Strong, stable bite
- Highly natural appearance
- Permanent tooth replacement option
- Do not shift, rock or make noise
- Do not require paste or adhesive
- Fixed and removable options
- Significantly improve quality of life
How Do Implant Supported Dentures Work?
Implant dentures rely on a series of two or more dental implants placed strategically within your jawbone. These implants are given time to integrate with surrounding bone and create a solid foundation for your new teeth. A natural-looking, fully functional set of teeth are then attached to your implants.
Experienced Periodontal and Implant Specialists
Choosing a dental implant dentist offers significant benefits for your oral health. As periodontists and implant specialists, Dr. Patrick Johnson and Dr. Sausha Toghranegar have advanced training and expertise in implant dentistry. Dr. Johnson has been placing implants since 1993, and is a Board Certified Periodontist. Our practice utilizes cutting-edge technology proven to deliver the best possible results for your implants and smile. We incorporate techniques like guided tissue regeneration to reduce your recovery time following the procedure.