Denture Stabilisation in Southend
Say goodbye to ill-fitting dentures
With implant stabilised dentures, you can say goodbye to messy adhesives and uncomfortable dentures for good. With 4 – 6 implants placed in the jaw, your dentures will “click” in place. Fixed and removable dentures are available to suit your lifestyle. Denture stabilisation will allow you to eat, speak and smile with absolute confidence again.
How does denture stabilisation work?
To stabilise your dentures, we use 4 – 6 dental implants per arch to create a strong anchor. Dental implants are small titanium screws that are placed in the jaw where they fuse with the bone. Once healed, an abutment is placed on top of the implant and this will hold your chosen attachment. Magnetic attachments allow for removable dentures, while screws can provide a fixed solution.
Who is a good candidate for denture stabilisation?
For denture implants to be successful, you will need to have sufficient bone density. If you don’t have sufficient bone density, don’t worry. There is the option to use bone grafting to build up the volume in your jaw. You should also be in good overall health, a non-smoker and willing to take good care of your dentures. We will outline the procedure and aftercare requirements during your consultation.
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Can you sleep with implant retained dentures in?
Yes, the dentures are firmly fixed in place so you can sleep with them in and only remove them for cleaning. Fixed dentures are also an option.
How many implants do you need for denture stabilisation?
Typically 4 – 6 implants are used per arch to provide a strong anchor for your denture. Your denture may be fixed or removable, depending on your preferences.
How long do anchored dentures last?
Provided you care for your oral health and attend regular checkups, your restoration could last 20+ years. The implants should not need to be replaced, but your denture may suffer from wear over time.
How long does the dental implant procedure take?
The actual procedure is quite short, and might take as little as 1 – 2 hours. Dental implants are typically placed over multiple appointments to give the implants time to fuse with the jaw bone.
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