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Published on: 17 Sep 2016 by rozamason
It can be a
completely miserable experience having a loose and uncomfortable denture, as
after all you need teeth to eat and speak properly. It’s a common problem
amongst lower denture wearers, particularly several years after tooth loss.
This is because the lower arch that used to support your natural teeth will
significantly change shape once the tooth roots are extracted. Over time the
jawbone gradually reabsorbs and you will notice the ridge that used to hold
your teeth in place will lose width and height, becoming narrower and flatter
and offering far less retention to hold a denture firmly in place. Luckily
there is a good and very affordable solution. That is to use dental implants to
secure your denture in place.
Using Dental Implants to Firmly Hold Your Denture in
implants in this way can be a complete revelation for people with loose
dentures. Instead of the denture resting on your gums, it will have special
attachments on the fitting surface which is the surface closest to your gums.
These attachments will clip onto your dental implants. Once in place, your denture
will not be able to move even a fraction. Just imagine the difference this
could make to your self-confidence and self-esteem, not to mention your ability
to socialize and talk with others. Foods that you may have been unable to eat
for years will be back on the menu making mealtimes a pleasure. Amazingly a
lower denture can be held in place with as little as four dental implants.
How Does This Treatment Work?
conventional dental implant treatment there is often a need to use multiple
dental implants to hold a complete arch of teeth in place. While being highly
effective, this does increase the cost. In comparison using just four dental
implants makes treatment highly affordable, especially when you consider the
difference it could make to your overall quality and enjoyment of life. With
this treatment the park south dental
implants are placed towards the front of your mouth. The reason for this is to
maximize the use of the bone in this area as it tends to be stronger and
thicker so there is no need to have a bone graft in preparation for treatment.
The two implants at the front of the mouth are placed in a vertical position,
but the implants either side are angled backwards so that once the denture is
attached to the implants they are locked firmly in place. Angling the implants
also enables your dental implant dentist to use a longer implant post, offering
can be amazing for securing loose dentures and this treatment has already
helped many people to enjoy life once more. If you are interested in finding
out more, the best thing to do is to visit Central Park South Dental Care.