IMPLANT RETAINED DENTURES

What is implant retained dentures?

Implant retained dentures are full or partial dentures that are attached to dental implants. A dental implant is a small titanium screw that is placed into your jaw. The implant functions as the root of a new tooth. A crown, bridge, or denture can then be connected to the dental implant.

What are the benefits of implant retained dentures?

Implant retained dentures allow for normal chewing, normal speech, normal appearance and normal comfort. They allow you to retain your teeth, and eliminate the irritation of removable dentures.

What are the types of implant retained dentures?

There are two types of implant retained dentures. The first type utilizes two implants positioned in the lower jaw and a denture that is secured with implants. The second type utilizes four implants positioned in the lower jaw and a denture that is secured using locator attachments.

Who can have implant retained dentures?

Implant retained dentures are a great option for both full and partial dentures. Patients who have dentures, but have minimal bone height, previously had limited options when it comes to securing their dentures. Implant retained dentures replace the need for denture adhesives, and provide an anchor to ensure dentures won't slip.

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Abbotsford, BC V2T 4X1

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