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Dentures that are supported by dental implants are far more stable and secure compared to conventional dentures supported by suction. Dental Implants work just like natural teeth for chewing food and have a 97% success rate that can last a lifetime with proper care. Full bridges and dentures attached by implants are more stable than regular dentures without implants. Implant dentures allow you to retain a more natural bite and allow a better chewing capacity.
Implant-supported dentures are available as both full and partial restorations. This type of denture will snap directly onto dental implants, small posts that are surgically placed in your jaw. The implants will replicate the function of dental roots, providing an extremely stable base for your prosthetic.
Dentures can restore your chewing abilities and improve the appearance of your smile.
Dentures are a removable replacement for missing teeth. Advancements in dental technology have given us to different types of dentures, full and partial. Full dentures are are necessary when all of the natural teeth have been removed due to decay or trauma. Partial dentures are attached to your natural teeth and fill in the gaps where teeth have been removed.
Full & Partial Dentures
Dentures are a great way to replace missing teeth because they still look and feel natural. In dentistry there are two types of dentures, partial and full.
Full dentures use dental implants and are anchored firmly to the jawbone. These dentures are stable and have a 97% success rate. Dental implant dentures help maintain bone volume and your natural facial structure for a younger, healthier look.
You are a good candidate for partial dentures if you lost several teeth but do not require full dentures. Partial dentures are replacement teeth attached to a gum-colored plastic base and connected by metal framework. Removable partial dentures adhere to your natural teeth with invisible precision attachments. Dental crowns on your natural teeth may improve the fit of a removable partial denture. If you believe you are a candidate for partial dentures, you might also want to ask about dental bridges and dental implants.
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Our friendly staff is waiting patiently to answer any questions you may have about dentures, dental implants, or any other dental services we offer our patients. We are located conveniently on Edgemere in East El Paso, TX. Call us today at (915) 621-2880, or fill out the form on this page to receive an initial denture consultation.