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Dental Implants Can Hold Dentures In Place

How much good can prosthetic dental work really do when you have to receive a full denture? Losing a row of teeth can lead to understandable worries, but with the aid of implants, your restoration can be surprisingly supportive! Our Shrewsbury/Grafton, MA area dentist’s office provides prosthetic services to people who have gone through different degrees of tooth loss. For those who have a need for a denture, we can recommend a hybrid denture that is set in place on a set of carefully placed dental implants. In doing so, we can offer more bite stability and even oral health support from your restorative work!

Are You Worried That You Are Going To Struggle With A Poorly Secured Denture?

People who are not familiar with implant dentistry can assume that their denture will have to be removable. Many people rely on prosthetic appliances that are kept in place with epoxies, or with natural suction, and can enjoy the support that they provide. With that said, you can experience more discomfort over time, as changes in your jawbone can affect the fit of that denture. You can also have less support when it comes to biting and chewing, which means you will have to limit your overall diet. Fortunately, this is not the only solution that is available to you. Implant dentistry provides a different path, one that sees a restoration securely held with a set of implant posts.

Choosing To Have Your Denture Secured With Dental Implants

Dental implants make it possible for us to permanently secure prostheses so that they offer meaningful bite support. To provide the right kind of stability, we take care to make sure implants used to hold a denture are properly spaced, and that they are set in the right positions and angle. After the placement procedure occurs, and you have the time you need to heal, you will come back to our office to have a custom denture permanently set in place.

Staying On Top Of Smile Care Needs After Prosthetic Work

After you finish your prosthetic work, you will find that you can bite and chew with surprising ease, and that you feel comfortable with your denture in place. To continue enjoying the positive results of treatment, stay consistent with preventive dental exams. When you do this, you can enjoy tips on keeping up with your oral hygiene after prosthetic treatment. You can also receive timely warnings and care when there are problems that need to be treated.

Talk To Your Shrewsbury/Grafton, MA Dentist About Securing Dentures With Dental Implants

If you would like to learn more about how our Shrewsbury/Grafton, MA area dentist’s office can help you take on significant tooth loss with a hybrid denture, please reach out to Modern Dentistry Of Shrewsbury at (508) 842-8838.