Dentures VS Full Mouth Implants
A traditional denture has been used for over 100 years to replace one or both arches of missing teeth. Your dentist takes an impression of your mouth to create a gum-colored acrylic base to hold your prosthetic teeth. It’s then attached to your gum tissue using suction or an adhesive.
Although they have a bad reputation for looking and feeling fake, several improvements have made them more realistic than before, but they will never feel completely natural. You will regain your ability to enjoy many of your favorite foods again, but they will always have their limitations. Not to mention, you’ll need to have them replaced every few years.
Now, more people are choosing to stabilize their dentures with dental implants. An average of 4 to 9 titanium implant posts are surgically placed into your jawbone to act as new roots. Your jawbone fuses to the posts, allowing them to have the potential to last forever with the right care. Special fixtures are placed on each post to connect your denture. It’s secured to your jawbone, so you’ll never need to worry about any slipping or irritation again.
Benefits of Implant-Retained Denture
Implant-retained dentures replace the entire structure of your tooth, not just the crown. As a result, you will enjoy a variety of benefits that aren’t possible using a traditional denture, including:
- High Success Rate: Dental implants have over a 95% success rate. They are proven to last for several decades with the right aftercare.
- Feels Natural: Regain as much as 70% of your biting force to enjoy your favorite foods again.
- Looks Natural: Carefully crafted to mimic your real teeth to smile confidently.
- Preserves Your Jawbone: The implant posts stimulate your jaw to encourage new bone growth.
- Look Younger: Supports your facial tissues to maintain a youthful appearance.
- Cost-Effective: Dental implants are more affordable long-term because they should never need to be replaced.
- Easy Maintenance and Care: You don’t need messy adhesives or expensive cleaning solutions.
Invest in a Complete Smile
If you’ve lost all your natural teeth in one or both arches, don’t settle for anything less than the best. Discover the security of an implant-retained denture today!
About Dr. Sara Saremi
Dr. Sara Saremi
is a dentist in Hurst who’s committed to helping her patients achieve healthier, happier smiles. Besides earning her dental degree, she has completed training in many areas of specialty, including Invisalign, soft tissue laser therapy, and sedation dentistry. She offers the personalized solutions her patients need for optimal oral health. Contact our office today
to schedule your consultation for a complete smile.