(614) 350-4959

Implant Supported Dentures Keep Your Dentures Secure and In Place

Implant Supported Dentures in Lewis Center & Columbus, OH

Tired of that old denture flopping around or not able to eat steak with your friends and family?  We unerstand and it is time that you have those options.  No one should suffer and have less quality of life because of their denture.  We restore mouths every day and with the lastest technology and procedures involved with dental implants, we can return you back to optimum oral health and quality of life.  Reserve your consulation with us today!

Appointments Click to Call

Permanent Dentures Improve Your Lifestyle

Implant supported dentures are snapped into place or screwed in on top of dental implants. This provides a secure fit and hold, eliminating looseness or slipping without the need for paste or adhesives. Implant supported dentures are designed so that they can be removed for regular cleaning, or you can opt for fixed implant supported dentures, which function as permanent teeth.

Benefits of Implant Supported Dentures Include:

  • Ability to eat and speak with confidence, returning you back to you.
  • Increased stability, so you can eat what you want.
  • No more discomfort, the implants support the denture, not your own tissue.
  • Secure, strong, comfortable fit
  • No embarrassing clicking sounds
  • Maintains bone from bone loss in area of the dental implants

It is Time to Eat What You Want!

There are multiple reasons why people with even the best fitting dentures can not eat steak or bite into an apple, let alone many other foods.  Eventually, this often takes a toll on their overall health. Through implant supported dentures, we can restore that for you and having you eating what you want and be a healthier you!  There are different options within implant supported dentures so let us help! 

What is a Implant Supported Denture and How Does it Work?

Regular dentures rest on top of your gums, causing bone deterioration and leaving space that can cause complications such as loose fit, slipping, or clicking sounds.  Implant supported dentures are anchored in the mouth through attachment to dental implants.  This type of dentures is most often used in the lower jaw where removable dentures are less stable, but can also be used in the upper jaw also.

Bar-Retained Dentures

When fitting bar-retained dentures, three or more dental implants are placed into the jaw bone.  Metal bars then run along the gum line between each of the implants.  The denture rests on the bars, attaching with metal clips.  This structure secures the denture’s placement without the need for the steel studs used in ball-retained dentures.  Many patients have opted for this alternative as it eliminates the rubbing, loosening, and discomfort associated with traditional removable dentures.

Ball-Retained Dentures

Ball-retained dentures, also called stud-attached dentures, function with a ball and socket mechanism. The denture base has several sockets that line up with balls placed on dental implants in the jaw bone.  The balls and sockets fit together for an extremely secure fit, allowing for an open palate denture. Ball and socket attachment is even less likely to slip or move, restoring the patient’s ability to eat and speak regularly

Well, Here Is Some Other Information on Implant Supported Dentures.

With all of the options with dental implants and the prosthesis that may be for you, it feels like there is a lot to take in...
  • An Implant supported denture is the closest option to your former natural teeth, in function, fit and comfort.
  • Implant supported dentures eliminate all of the glue, paste and sticky stuff that you are so tired of.
  • Often people mistake the option implant supported dentures, in that, they think they have to have both the top and the bottom jaw completed. Often if a person has no teeth on the top or bottom jaw, we can restore roughly 75% of your chewing efficiency with just the lower jaw completed.
  • How many implants do I need to be a implant supported denture? Typically, it is 4 implants to achieve the strength for chewing and have the ability to remove the palate of the denture.
  • You have had a root canal. Root canals weaken a tooth (but are at times necessary to save it). A dental crown is typically needed to restore and maintain your tooth’s strength and function after this procedure.

Schedule Your Appointment

Schedule an appointment with us, so we can see how we can help! Our office is open throughout the week with a variety of hours to help you fit in an appointment around your schedule.

Book Now!