Implant Supported Dentures are more stable, comfortable and functional

Traditional, removable dentures are prosthetic, removable teeth inserted into a plastic base resembling your gums. Full dentures are available for those missing all of their teeth on the upper and/or lower jaws. This older approach uses either suction or adhesion to stay in place.

If you’re wearing dentures and hate them, you know the biggest drawback is instability and associated gum pain. If this describes you, snap-in, implant-supported dentures are an excellent option for making your dentures more comfortable and functional – like your own teeth once were.

Dr. Robert Harrell is the Charlotte-area leader in implant dentistry. His distinguished career is dedicated to creating beautiful smiles while restoring dental function. Over the years he has placed countless numbers of implants, each one customized to fit the unique needs of the recipient.

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Implant-supported dentures offer several benefits compared to traditional dentures:

  • Dental implants do away with rubbing and irritation
  • They can be removed for cleaning
  • Dentures don’t slip during biting, chewing, or speaking
  • Food usually does not makes its way under dentures
  • Implant-supported dentures promote normal pressure on your bone tissue, reducing the rate of bone loss, in the jaw, over time
  • Expect more stability for lower jaw dentures

Get back to “normal” with removable implant-supported dentures

Removable implant-supported dentures are more comfortable. Dr. Harrell will place four dental implants to securely hold an upper denture, allowing the size of the plate to be reduced or eliminated entirely from the denture.

Denture plate reduction or elimination feels more natural and allows you to taste your food. Just two implants under a lower denture can improve stability and restore chewing efficiency up to 90%, while four implants provide up to 100% normal chewing efficiency.

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