Implant Retained Dentures
Improve the Security of Your Dentures
Dentures are a common solution for total or partial tooth loss. They can be designed to replace your teeth in the upper and/or lower arch of your mouth.
Though popular, standard dentures have a downside. Long-term use of dentures can cause your gum and bone tissue to erode leading to shifting and movement and more erosion.
What does an implant retained denture do?
An implant retained denture solves the problem of erosion and movement. Dental implants strategically placed into your jawbone provide the secure anchor point for your denture on the surface.
Full tooth replacement is possible without the issues associated with dentures alone. Implant retained dentures can be removable or fixed and placed in your upper or lower jaw depending on your treatment plan and desired results.
Contact the dental office of Dr. William Zinney to discuss your tooth loss circumstance and the use of dentures. Schedule an examination to discuss tooth replacement with the security of an implant retained denture.