Are you missing one or more teeth? If so, you may benefit from dentures. Caring Dental is proud to provide you access to multiple types of dentures. One of the most popular options is called implant-supported dentures.
We work hard to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in our field to ensure that we provide you with access to plenty of options. This could be an effective treatment option, so learn more about implant-supported dentures.
An Overview of Implant-Supported Dentures
Most people are somewhat familiar with traditional dentures, but implant-supported dentures are a bit different. Essentially, this is a treatment option that anchors the screws that are placed in your jaw. Before providing these dentures, we need to ensure that your mouth is strong enough to support the screws. Then, once the screws are in place, all you need to do is snap the dentures in and out. It is far more reliable and comfortable than traditional options.
What Are the Benefits?
There are several reasons why you should consider going with this option.
- They act as a suitable replacement for natural teeth.
- They are a very affordable option that can make it easier for you to chew, eat, and smile.
- They are very easy to put in and take out.
- It is not hard to clean implant-supported dentures.
- With implants in your jaw, you can protect your gum tissue and bone, preventing it from being resorbed.
- They are durable enough that you should be able to eat a regular diet.
We would be happy to customize this treatment option to meet your needs. If you want to learn more about how they can help you, call us to make an appointment.
How Are They Placed?
Of course, we understand that you might be curious about how they are placed. First, we need to look closely at your mouth and ensure it is strong enough to support the screws. We will also talk to you about some of the other options. Examples include full dentures, partial dentures, and dental implants.
If we decide implant dentures are right for you, we will get to work placing the screws. It might take a few weeks for your jaw to accept the screws, so we will call you back for a follow-up visit to make sure everything is going well. Then, once the screws are firmly in place, we will set you up with a customized pair of implant-supported dentures.
Call Caring Dental To Make an Appointment
Implant-supported dentures have a lot of benefits, but everyone is in a slightly different situation. The right treatment option for you is not necessarily the right treatment option for someone else. At Caring Dental, we will customize your treatment plan to meet your oral health needs. If you want to learn more about implant-supported dentures, call us today to schedule an appointment with our office in Baltimore, MD!