Are you ready to say goodbye to an incomplete smile? Denture implants are a long-term solution to replace missing teeth. The licensed denturists and dentists at Cooper City Family Dentistry in Cooper City, Florida, create custom-designed denture implants that look like your natural teeth. Get the smile you deserve by calling today or booking a consultation online.
Dentures restore your smile after you’ve lost teeth due to various reasons, including:
Dentures are a dental device to replace missing teeth. Dentures come in several forms. Some are removable and custom-made so that you can replace all of your missing teeth. Others, like denture implants, are permanent.
There are three kinds of dentures:
Your licensed dentist at Cooper City Family Dentistry often recommends partial dentures when you’ve lost some teeth and full denture when all of your teeth are gone. Meanwhile, denture implants are a great option if you’re missing all of your teeth, but have enough jaw bone to support a dental implant.
Replacing your missing teeth with dentures or denture implants can bring you a wide range of benefits, such as:
Plus, if you follow proper dental hygiene and maintain regular dental appointments, your denture implants can comfortably, healthily, and effectively restore your smile for life.
Dental implants are a more lasting alternative to dentures. The implants look and feel like natural teeth, and are held in place with posts surgically anchored into your jaw.
The process for getting dental implants is more extensive than getting dentures. You may need one or more surgeries before you can enjoy your complete denture implants.
Scheduling a consultation with a member of the team at Cooper City Family Dentistry is the best way to determine the type of denture that's right for you. During your exam, your dentist reviews your medical and dental history, takes X-rays, and makes impressions of your gums and teeth to make a model.
In some cases, your dentist recommends a computed tomography (CT) scan of your mouth to show the location of your nerves and sinuses. This helps ensure the implant won’t affect those structures and tissues. A CT scan also shows how much bone is available to determine the best locations for your implants.
If you’re ready to explore a lasting solution to create a complete, natural-looking smile, call today or book a consultation online.