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Implant Dentures — Millersville, MD

Secure and Long-Lasting Full-Arch Tooth Replacement

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No one ever expects to lose all their natural teeth in one or both arches, but it’s a reality for over 40 million Americans. A traditional denture is the most conventional solution to replace missing teeth. While they have undergone several advancements over the years, they will always have their limitations. As an alternative, many patients are turning to implant dentures in Millersville, MD. You can enjoy the next best thing to your real teeth using an option that can last for a lifetime. At Transcendent Smiles, we can handle the entire process in-office for your convenience and comfort. Contact us today to learn more.

What Are Implant Dentures?

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A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth root. We insert it into the jawbone, and it bonds with the surrounding tissue so it can provide a secure base for the restoration (prosthetic teeth) on top of it. Implant dentures are much more secure, stable, and functional than their traditional counterparts.

There are a few types of implant dentures. When you come in for your consultation, we may recommend that you receive one of the following:

Fixed/Permanent Implant Dentures

Fixed implant dentures, sometimes called hybrid prostheses, are permanently attached to the dental implants in Millersville that support them (removable only with the help of a dental professional). Many patients enjoy the convenience of always having their teeth in their mouth. This type of denture is usually suitable for people who have suffered little to no bone loss in their jaw.

Removable Implant Dentures

Removable implant dentures are attached to the dental implants via ball- or bar-shaped attachments. They must be taken out of the mouth for routine maintenance and cleaning. They require fewer dental implants than fixed dentures, so many patients who have suffered a bit of bone loss in the jaw opt for this type of prosthetic.

The Implant Denture Procedure

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The four main stages of the implant denture procedure include:

Although the implant denture process is longer and more complex than that of traditional dentures, the stability and function you’ll enjoy will make it all worthwhile!

Am I a Candidate for Implant Dentures?

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You may be a good candidate for implant dentures if:

Most adults do qualify for implants, either immediately or after some preliminary treatments.

Benefits of Combining Dentures & Dental Implants

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Some of the most outstanding benefits of implant dentures include:

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