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Advanced Dental Care of Pembroke Pines
1601 N Palm Avenue, Suite 104, Pembroke Pines, FL 33026

If you are interested in implant-supported dentures in Pembroke Pines, our dental team would love to help. At our office, we work to provide advanced and practical solutions for teeth replacement. Implant-supported dentures offer superior comfort and support for chewing and speaking, making them a practical choice for patients concerned with maintaining a professional appearance and avoiding embarrassment when speaking or chewing. If you are interested in these advanced dental options, contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation with our team.

Are Implant-Supported Dentures Permanent?

Implant dentures differ from traditional dentures in several ways. The most important, however, is the fact that these dentures are attached permanently to the jaw and cannot slip or fall out of place. Your implant-supported dentures can provide you with the most comfortable and natural-looking replacement teeth. Additionally, these teeth won’t slip or fall out when eating or speaking, and you don’t have to deal with the adhesive required with regular dentures that rest on the gums.

How Are Implant-Supported Dentures Permanently Attached?

Your implant dentures will consist of three basic components:

  •  Artificial teeth designed to look and perform like your natural teeth.
  • An acrylic or polymer plate that is designed to look like your own gums and to hold your teeth in a particular configuration.
  • Implants in your jaw to which your dentures will be attached.

Your implants may be designed to use bar-retained dentures or ball-retained dentures. Your dentist will discuss the merits and advantages of each of these options before beginning the process. Implant-supported dentures are ideally suited for those who want to be absolutely confident in their appearance and the secure attachment of their dentures on a permanent basis. Our team can provide you with the right solutions for all your ongoing dental care needs.

What Should I Expect During an Implant Denture Procedure?

During your first consultation, our dentists will typically evaluate the condition of your jaw and teeth. In some cases, we may need to perform extractions before your implants can be put in place. Not all patients will be good candidates for implant-supported dentures. For patients with minimal bone loss, however, these treatment options may be the best possible way to resolve issues associated with missing teeth and problems with biting and chewing. Your treatments will typically include an appointment for evaluating the condition of your teeth and the bone in your jaw as well as for the actual implant procedure. When your implants have healed, you will return to our office for the application of your dentures to these implants.

What Is the Cost of Denture Implants?

If you are looking for affordable, quality implant-supported dentures, our team can provide you with the right solutions for these appliances. We work with you to determine the most practical payment solutions for your needs and to ensure that your dental plan pays for as much of the cost of these dental appliances as possible. This can help you to manage expenses and to fit these costs into your family budget more easily. If you are concerned about the implant-supported dentures cost, call our office to discuss these matters with our administrative team. We will go above and beyond to help make our services affordable for you.

What Are Some of the Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures?

Affordable, quality implant-supported dentures can provide you with the greatest possible benefits when dealing with missing teeth, a less-than-perfect smile or loose dentures. These dental options are designed to feel and look as much like your natural teeth as possible. In most cases, your friends and colleagues will not know that you are wearing dentures. Because these dental appliances are permanently attached to your jaw, they can function in nearly the same way as your natural teeth. This could help you to enjoy absolute comfort and increased confidence in your personal and professional interactions.

What Is the Right Care Regimen for Implant-Supported Dentures?

After your implants have healed and your dentures have been put in place, you can usually care for your new artificial teeth in the same way that you would care for your natural teeth. This typically involves brushing two or three times per day and scheduling regular visits with our office to ensure the best possible outcomes for your new teeth. We may recommend a specialized toothbrush to ensure that you can reach every area of your new dental appliances.

Why Choose Implant-Supported Dentures?

At our dental practice, we can provide you with practical and affordable options for all your dental care needs. Implants and attached dentures can provide you with a permanent and attractive solution for brighter smiles and a more comfortable experience when biting, chewing and speaking. These dentures cannot slip out of place or become dislodged, making them the ideal choice.

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