Removable Implant Dentures
What are Removable Implant Dentures?
Removable implant dentures can be used when you need all teeth on the upper or lower arch replaced and are looking for good retention at a more reasonable price. Removable implant dentures eliminate the need for the messy denture adhesives to help keep dentures in place.
We know you have questions.
How do the removable implant dentures work?
Having removable implant dentures placed is a step by step process and can take some time. First, the set of implants (with the male side of the snap) are placed in the bone and will heal and adhere to the surrounding bone over a 3-4 month period. After the implants have fully healed, dentures will be made (with the receiving, or female, part of the snap). These dentures will be made to your specifications and shade that you and your doctor discuss. These dentures can be removed at home for cleaning by the patient and without assistance of your dentist.
Am I a good candidate to receive removable implant dentures?
To find out if you are a candidate for removable implant dentures, call our office to schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss your options with our highly trained doctor and staff.
How much do removable implant dentures cost?
The cost of these implants and denture have many variables including material that is used to make sure final dentures as well as insurance coverage and benefits. Our treatment plan coordinators will answer these questions at your consultation with our doctor.
A dental implant can closely be described as a “screw” that is placed in the jawbone. This “screw” replaces the root of a tooth once it is extracted and gives a solid base to attach an artificial tooth, or crown.
Crowns & Bridges
Teeth that are chipped, fractured, decayed, or damaged can be restored with strong, long lasting dental crowns or bridges.
Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the teeth at the furthest posterior (back) of the mouth. These are the teeth that typically appear in the mid to late teen years and erupt behind the first and second molar teeth.