5 Questions to Ask Yourself if You Are Considering Full Denture Implants

A full denture implant is the most affordable way to regain your smile if you're missing all of your natural teeth. It also restores your ability to perform everyday tasks like chewing and talking. Having a great smile is important for your confidence and self-being. When your teeth are in poor condition, you tend to be more conscious about the way you look.


People also have a tendency to make assumptions about you based on the condition of your teeth. Badly-damaged or discolored teeth are viewed as signs of age and financial difficulties, while clean healthy teeth are viewed as signs of youth and success.

It's easy to feel like your case is hopeless when you're missing all or most of your natural teeth, but that's far from the truth. Thanks to breakthroughs in dental technology, you have many options when it comes to the type of full dental implant you want to go with.

5 Commonly asked full denture implant questions

What’s the difference between traditional and implant-supported dentures?

The difference comes down to the way these prosthetics fit in your mouth. Traditional implants are held in place with suction and the use of adhesives. Implant-supported dentures, on the other hand, are securely fastened to an implant that is connected to your jaw bone. That means you get more comfortable dentures that don't move around in your mouth, unlike traditional dentures. That makes tasks like eating and speaking a lot easier.

Which type of dentures is more affordable?

Traditional dentures are the cheaper option. That's because there's no need to surgically install implants. However, while traditional dentures are more inexpensive, they do come with lots of drawbacks like your dentures constantly moving in your mouth, and you constantly having to use nasty-tasting adhesives to keep it in place.

Can anyone get a full denture implant?

Not everyone is eligible for implant-supported dentures. You need to have enough healthy bone tissue to support the implant. If you've only lost a little bit of bone tissue in your jaw, your dentist can graft new bone tissue.

Which is less likely to lead to an embarrassing moment?

Traditional dentures are certainly more likely to come out while you're eating or something else along those lines. That's because it's only held in place via adhesives and suction. On the other hand, implant-supported dentures are firmly secured to your jawbone, so they are virtually as secure inside your mouth as your natural teeth.

What's the big deal about bone tissue?

When you lose a tooth, a portion of your jawbone begins to deteriorate since it's no longer being stimulated by the tooth root that should be there. Implants mimic the behavior of your natural teeth roots, so jawbone deterioration is minimized when you have implant-supported dentures.

For more full denture implant information or to schedule an appointment with Preferred Dental Center, request an appointment in our San Antonio dental office here: https://www.preferreddentalcenter.com. Or call us at (210) 593-7636.

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