Denture Stabilization Implants
Dental implant therapy has been one of the most significant advances in dentistry in the past 25 years. Hundreds of thousands of denture wearers now enjoy the quality of life and confidence that long-term denture stability brings.
Denture wearers - new and experienced - know that the lower denture presents the most difficulty when adjusting to dentures. It can be frustrating trying to eat certain foods or speaking with confidence if your lower denture begins to float in your mouth.
Many Daily Dentures practices offer a solution called a Denture Stabilization System, sometimes referred to as Mini Dental Implants (MDI). In most cases, this denture implant system can be completed in the same visit. In about an hour, you can be on your way with a secure lower denture and able to eat and speak much more confidently.
And most importantly, denture stabilization implants offered by Daily Dentures are much more affordable, compared to other dental offices.
Secure Dentures in One Visit
The denture stabilization system consists of a few miniature titanium posts that are inserted into your jaw bone and act like the roots of your teeth. A retaining fixture is added to the base of your denture that snaps onto the head of the posts.
Placement of the implants is accomplished quickly and easily in the office. This procedure generally takes just over an hour. It is a one-step procedure that requires no sutures or lengthy healing period.
- Eat and speak with confidence - no more loose-fitting dentures
- Nutritional benefits from being able to eat foods you previously couldn't
- No need for denture adhesives or pastes
- Improved bone stabilization and related oral health benefits
Call us to learn more and schedule an appointment to find out if you're a good candidate for denture stabilization implants.
PLEASE NOTE: Dentures are not included in the fee for upper or lower denture stabilization implants.
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