Do you need dentures? You may be nervous about wearing a traditional denture that can slip out of place when you chew or speak.
At Sonoran Dental Design, Dr. Ann Sielicki provides implant-supported dentures, replicating the security and function of natural teeth.
If you are curious about denture implants, schedule a consultation at our office in Scottsdale, AZ, today...
Dr. Sielicki Discusses Implant-Supported Dentures
How Do Implant-Supported Dentures Work?
A full denture is a complete arch of prosthetic teeth. Traditionally, dentures are designed with a plastic base that goes over the gums. Patients rely on a combination of suction and denture adhesives to keep the restoration in place. While modern dentures are more reliable than ever before, they are still prone to slipping out of place when patients bite, chew, or speak.
Fortunately, implant dentistry has completely transformed the way that we restore missing teeth. Dental implants are titanium rods that replace natural tooth roots. Implants fuse directly with the jawbone, so they never slip out of place. Once implants have integrated with the bone, Dr. Sielicki can attach a denture to the implants, ensuring that the denture has all of the functionality of natural teeth.
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Interested in Dental Implants? Request a Consultation
If you need to replace lost teeth, schedule a consultation at Sonoran Dental Design in Scottsdale, AZ. During a consultation at our modern, friendly dental practice, Dr. Sielicki can examine your smile to determine if implant dentistry is right for you.
Our approach to dentistry is very relationship-focused, so you can trust that we will take the time to get to know you personally and to understand your dental goals. To schedule an implant consultation at our Scottsdale office, contact us online or call us.
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The Implant-Supported Denture Process What Patients Can Expect
The entire process of receiving and restoring dental implants can take several months, but the results are worth the wait.
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Implant-Supported Denture FAQs
How many implants will I need?
Depending on a variety of factors, including your budget, the strength of your jawbone, and the type of denture you select, you may require as few as four dental implants or as many as eight dental implants to support your restoration.
Will my denture look natural?
Yes! Dr. Sielicki will design your denture very carefully, making sure that it fits securely over your gums and fills out your lips and cheeks. Also, because your implants will keep your jaw full and strong, you won't suffer from the jawbone recession that can make you look older than you really are.
How long will my denture last?
Thanks to advances in modern dentistry, you can expect your denture to last for around least ten years. A few factors can influence the longevity of your denture, including whether you grind your teeth and whether your denture is removable or fixed. Your implants, meanwhile, could last for the rest of your life.