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Implant-Retained Dentures – Mesquite, TX

Investing in a Beautiful New Smile

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Tooth loss can impact your overall quality of life, and it’s an unfortunate reality for over 35 million American adults. Whether you’re losing an entire arch or all of your teeth, implant-retained dentures in Mesquite can help restore the function and look of your mouth. These restorations replace your missing teeth from the roots up, allowing them to feel and work nearly identically to your natural pearly whites. That way, you can speak, laugh, and smile knowing that instead of focusing on the gaps in your mouth, people will be paying attention to your beautiful teeth. To learn if you’re a good candidate for dental implants, schedule a consultation at Texas Dentistry today.

Why Choose Texas Dentistry For Implant-Retained Dentures? 

How Do Implant-Retained Dentures Work?

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Implant-retained dentures have a gum-colored acrylic base with replacement teeth attached, similar to the look of traditional dentures. The teeth are typically made from natural-looking materials such as ceramic, that can mimic the appearance of your enamel. Implant-retained dentures have a smaller gum-base than traditional ones because they don’t require suction to be held securely in place.

After your implants have been surgically placed into your jaw and your gums have healed, your post with bond with your jawbone through a process called osseointegration. Once this has been successfully completed, we’ll secure your customized dentures to them, allowing you to eat and speak without dealing with slipping and shifting restorations.

Am I A Candidate for Implant-Retained Dentures?

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If you were unhappy with traditional dentures or have recently lost an entire arch or all of your teeth, you may be a good candidate for dental implants. We like to ensure that our patients have a strong and healthy foundation for their replacement teeth to be secured to, which is why we thoroughly examine your oral health and facial structure before we develop a treatment plan. This also allows us to minimize potential risks or complications that may occur. With all of the information we collect from your initial consultation, we’ll be able to let you know whether you’re a good candidate for the procedure.

The Implant-Retained Dentures Procedure

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Using the images that we got during your initial consultation, we’ll plan to place your implants in the strongest and most dense areas of your jawbone for maximum strength and support. After your dental implant surgery, we’ll place a temporary denture in your mouth so you won’t have to go without teeth while your gums are healing and implants are fusing with your jawbone. After your healing period, we’ll secure your permanent restorations in your mouth to complete your beautiful new smile and send you on your way.

Benefits Of Combining Dentures & Dental Implants

Many patients decide to get implant-retained dentures over traditional restorations because they offer a variety of unique benefits, including:

At Texas Dentistry, you’ll be able to rest assured knowing that our friendly team will be by your side through every step of the process. Instead of putting off replacing your missing teeth, transform your grin with the latest restorative treatment that dentistry has to offer. To find out if dental implants in Mesquite can benefit you, schedule a consultation today.

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