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Generally there are two types of implant systems suitable for denture wearers and these are Mini Implants and Conventional Implants.
In some cases the structures of the mouth may prevent use of Denture Implants and treatments are largely decided by the type and quality of bone in which the implants are to be placed.
In most cases Conventional Implants tend to offer a more secure fixture for the denture; however if the quality of bone is deemed not suitable, then a Mini Implant could offer an ideal alternative and fantastic retention for unstable dentures.
Palm Bay dentist Dr. Quadri’s denture implants treatment are proven to give affordable solutions to the issues of denture retention allowing for your increased comfort and confidence when eating, smiling or talking.
We have demonstration models available for you to look at and see for yourself just how stable dentures can be made. Call us today at 321-312-3040.
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The placing of dental implants involves several steps. Dental implants fuse to your jawbone and provide stable support to your artificial teeth.
Endosteal dental implants are considered to be the best. They are suitable for most patients but require a healthy jaw for the post to fuse.
Implants are only available at private clinics and are expensive also. In some cases, they are available at NHS for patients who cannot wear dentures or whose face or teeth are damaged; for example, people who have had mouth cancer.
Yes. You can get dental implants after dentures, no matter how long you have been wearing dentures.
Contrary to regular dentures, implants are directly connected to the jawbone. Therefore, they provide better stability and can last over 20 years or more than dentures.