Do you currently possess dentures or partial dentures, but are feeling frustrated with them? Are you missing multiple teeth or a full arch of teeth, but are not keen on the thought of getting dentures? You’re not alone, and here at Family Implant & Reconstructive Dentistry we strive to give our patients access to the best dental devices available for their needs, including full arch restorations with the benefits of dental implants.
Just as the name suggests, an implant-supported denture is a denture device that has been constructed to be permanently placed in the jawbone via implant fixtures. Patients can qualify if they are missing a full arch of teeth, or even if they currently have dentures but are looking for a more permanent solution.
Implant-supported dentures are constructed from durable, long-lasting materials that can be painted to mimic your natural teeth. The dentures are then secured to the jawbone with implant fixtures, and don’t need to be removed for daily cleanings or maintenance.
There are quite a few reasons that patients have loved their implant-supported dentures over other full arch replacements. Here’s a list of reasons that our patients have told us about what they loved most with their new implant-supported dentures:
Does the thought of undergoing full arch replacement treatment give you anxiety? Rest assured that we can provide professional sedation dentistry prior to the procedure to help keep you calm while in-office, and will also be administering IV sedation for the procedure itself. Dr. Grubb is fully licensed to provide this service, with extensive training and many successful cases. We understand that an implant-supported denture is a huge commitment, and want to reassure our patients that they will be kept comfortable for the procedure.
If you’re tired of your dentures, or are at risk for losing a full arch of teeth, consider implant-supported dentures as your choice for a full arch replacement. These types of dentures are secured in place, thanks to reliable dental implants, and can be crafted to resemble your real teeth. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Grubb and our team, to determine your candidacy for this dental device.