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        Step One: Implant Placement for Stable Dentures

        After your consultation and decision to improve the stability of your loose denture, your implant dentist will carefully place your implants in the ideal positions. This can be anywhere from 2-6 implants.

        After the procedure, you can expect very minimal discomfort which can be remedied with ibuprofen. Your implants will begin to fuse with your jawbone over the next 12-18 weeks.

        Step Two: Impression & Lab Process

        If your denture is still fitting fairly well, there is a chance this step could be eliminated by simply outfitting your current prosthesis with attachments. Most of the time it is in your best interest to have a new and better fitting denture created.

        Your implant dentist will take an impression of your mouth and implants and send this to a specialized implant laboratory. They will create a custom denture with implant attachments specifically for you.

        This usually takes a couple weeks and then the prosthesis is sent back to your dentist.

        Step Three: Your New Snap-In Denture

        At your last appointment, you and your dentist will put the final touches on you implant denture. You will have the option to adjust the retentiveness of your denture to your specifications.

        You now have a denture that will stay locked in place until you decide to take it out. Enjoy the increased chewing ability, speech clarity and self confidence of an implant retained denture!

        Traditional Denture

        Problems with Traditional Dentures.

        • Removable and unstable, often shifts when eating or speaking
        • Requires costly adhesives
        • Can further jawbone recession and appearance of premature aging
        • Chewing ability is commonly reduced to 5 - 15% over long-term use
        • Limited food choices
        • Lower initial cost but requires continued maintenance over a lifetime
        • Will need to be remade or relined to compensate for bone loss
        • Can be made in a few weeks

        Implant Retained Overdenture

        Denture Stabilization with Implants

        • More secure than a conventional denture
        • Removed daily for cleaning
        • Requires no adhesive
        • Improves speech and confidence
        • Restores chewing ability to 25-40%
        • Dental prosthesis can be utilized in 3-6 months

        I wish I had done this years ago. No more denture glue for me!

        - Jane D. Birmingham, AL

        Common Questions About Dental Implants

        What are dental implants?

        Dental implants are considered the gold standard for replacing a missing tooth. They easily integrate with your jaw bone and become the anchor for a new replacement tooth, teeth or secure dentures in place.

        Are there problems with a conventional denture?

        The jawbone begins to recede over time with a denture. Losing your teeth can cause you to age prematurely and studies show those with dentures lack proper nutrition and have shorter life expectancies.

        Am I a candidate for implants?

        Dental Implants can be placed on most adults who have lost one or more teeth. Ask your dental implant specialist to explain if you are a candidate for a dental implant procedure.

        Is the dental implant procedure painful?

        Surprisingly, no! Local anesthesia is applied and almost all patients report little to no pain.

        How long will I be out of work after the procedure?

        You may be able to return to work the day after the procedure or even that day. It is possible that you will be prescribed medication for any minor discomforts.

        How long will the procedure take?

        Dental implants can be placed in 30-60 minutes. However, if you are replacing all teeth it all depends on how many implants are being placed and if you need any other procedures. Many times you can replace all your teeth in a matter of hours. Ask you dental implant specialist for more complete time estimates.

        When will I receive my new teeth?

        Some procedures allow you to leave the same day of the procedure with new fixed teeth. Other situations require a healing phase of 12-16 weeks. However, you will always have the option to have a tooth or teeth to wear inpublic if your crowns or dentures cannot be fixed to the implants that day.

        How do I take care of my new teeth?

        Usually, you will be prescribed a medicated rinse by your dentist. Once your mouth is fully healed, you will most likely use a waterpick or toothbrush to clean your new teeth. You will also need to schedule follow up visits with your doctor for regular cleanings.

        How long do implants last?

        Dental Implants are made to last a very long time if properly cared for. In many cases implants have been in place for over 40 years.

        What is the success rate of dental implant procedures?

        Dental implants have a success rate of over 98%.

        Are dental implants covered by insurance?

        Insurance policies vary, many policies cover some of the procedures. Many options for financing exist and can be custom tailored to your budget.

        Stable Dentures With Implants

        Improve the stability of your denture

        Denture patients suffer from a number of ailments, which can be painful and embarrassing. Loose dentures can inhibit speech, create feelings of insecurity and make chewing difficult. Fortunately, dental implants can be utilized to snap a denture into place solving these common problems.

        denture implant process

        It all begins with a stress free evaluation to see if you’re a candidate. If you are a candidate, the process goes as follows:

        Step One

        Placement of implants and healing

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        Step Two

        Impressions or conversion of denture

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        Step Three

        Receive your new stable denture

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        Traditional Denture vs. Implant Overdenture

        Compared with traditional dentures, an overdenture is a much more effective long term solution. Click below to watch the procedures and learn more.

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        Common Questions

        Based on your responses you may be a candidate for an implant denture!

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        Based on your responses you don't seem to be a candidate for an implant denture.

        Are you a candidate for an implant denture?

        Are you currently wearing a denture? Yes
        Do you ever feel insecure about your denture? Yes
        Has your denture ever caused you pain? Yes
        Wish you could eat more types of foods? Yes
        Does your denture ever feel loose? Yes
        Do you avoid eating in public? Yes

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