Replacing All Of Your Teeth

If you are missing all of your teeth, an implant-supported full bridge or full implant fixed denture can replace them. Dental implants will replace both your lost natural teeth and some of the roots.

In addition to looking and functioning like natural teeth, implant-supported full bridges or dentures are designed to be long lasting.

Implant-supported full bridges and dentures are more comfortable and stable than conventional dentures, allowing you to regain a more natural biting and chewing capacity.

Replacing All Of Your Teeth

Because implant-supported bridges will replace some of your tooth roots, your bone is better preserved. Dental implants integrate with your jawbone, helping to keep the bone healthy and intact. 

Replacing All of Your Teeth

In the long term, implants can be more esthetic and easier to maintain than conventional dentures. The loss of bone that accompanies conventional dentures leads to recession of the jawbone and a collapsed, unattractive smile. Conventional dentures make it difficult to eat certain foods.

Implant fixed denture can be supported with implants. Dental implants will allow you to once again speak and eat with comfort and confidence! They are secure and offer freedom from the irksome clicks and wobbles of dentures. They'll allow you to say goodbye to worries about misplaced dentures and messy pastes and glues. 

Replacing All Of Your Teeth

Upper and lower denture fixed on implants

An upper denture usually needs more implants than a lower one. This is due to the soft bone of the upper jaw.

The worst thing you can do is "under-engineer" any bridge or denture. They endure a tremendous amount of force and will fail in a few years if they are poorly designed or have too few implants. It would be like constructing a building and skimping on the foundation.

With adequate number of implants such a structure is a long lasting one. 


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