Over time, as you wear your denture, you lose the bony structure that supports your soft tissues. Because your soft tissues actually make contact with your dentures, this too will start to recede with the bone, leaving you in a constant state of adjustment, discomfort and difficulty with everyday functions like speaking, chewing and especially smiling.
After having your implants placed, your dentures will be adjusted to attach to the implants. Even patients with some bone loss can benefit from Implant Supported Dentures. In one simple procedure, all the discomfort of dentures can be eliminated.Back to Dental Implants
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