If you’re a denture wearer or are soon to be one, it is high time you learn more about implant dentures. These implant-retained prosthetics provide patients with a wealth of benefits that are often overlooked. The oversight does not occur because the advantages are not extremely impressive but because patients are often left uninformed about certain aspects of this unique prosthetic solution to tooth loss. Rather than missing out on a potential tooth replacement option that will suit your needs and preferences, we encourage you to become familiar with some compelling reasons to choose implant-retained dentures.
They Require A Smaller Investment
Patients sometimes come up against the conflict of wanting implants to replace a full arch of missing teeth with single dental implants but feeling overwhelmed by the investment – or feeling the need to choose traditional full dentures, which rely on natural suction. The good news is that patients seeking exceptional stability, while replacing an entire arch of teeth can find a happy medium with implant dentures.
You Can Makeover Your Entire Smile
Full implant dentures will makeover your entire smile quite quickly. Whether you’re relying on implant support or natural support, a full denture will always provide one certain benefit: It’s a prosthetic that spans your entire arch, replacing all of your teeth at once, which rejuvenates the lower structure of your face for a fuller, more youthful appearance.
You Will Quickly Improve Your Life
Think about all of the aspects of your life that have changed since your complete tooth loss: Eating has become difficult or nearly impossible, speaking is hard to accomplish, and you may feel embarrassed for others to see your smile (which can dramatically impact your social life). Implant dentures offer exceptional stability, so you can enjoy eating and speaking again. Of course, you will regain your confidence with your new, beautiful, complete smile.
ABOUT YOUR SOUTHLAKE, TX DENTISTS:
As a native Texan, Gregory Wright, DDS, opened his private practice in Southlake, TX in 1992. He and Dr. Victoria Heron are happily accepting new patients from Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, and all surrounding communities. To learn more, call our office today at (817) 481-7999.