How Multiple Tooth Implants Work

Thinking about getting multiple tooth implants so you can get dental implant-supported dentures? There are many benefits that come with choosing dentures that are supported by dental implants. While traditional dentures are still available, many people are concerned that traditional dentures will not fit properly or slip and move around when they are talking or eating.

Benefits of implant-supported dentures

The benefits that come with choosing implant-supported dentures include their ability to always remain stable due to the multiple dental implants installed, which means they will never shift or move around or accidentally fall out when talking or eating. When implant-supported dentures are chosen, they also allow wearers to eat anything they want, as they offer full chewing abilities.

How multiple tooth implants work

When someone chooses implant-supported dentures over traditional dentures, they will need to have multiple tooth implants placed into their mouth. Because every dental patient is different, an experienced dentist will choose exactly where to place the implants. The entire process can give someone their healthy bite back, as well as help prevent any future jawbone issues.

Once the multiple implants are placed in the mouth, there will be a time of healing before the implant-supported dentures can be attached.

Who is a candidate for multiple implants?

In order to be considered a candidate for getting multiple tooth implants, the dental patient must be generally healthy. There are certain health issues someone may have that may put them at risk when undergoing surgery, making it necessary for them to discuss their health issues with an experienced dentist to know whether they will be considered a candidate. An adequate amount of bone is also necessary in order to place multiple implants in one’s mouth.

Need to make an appointment for implant-supported dentures?

Ready to get the multiple tooth implants necessary so you can get your new implant-supported dentures? Or maybe you need a bit more information on the multiple implant process in order for you to make a decision? Either way, we invite you to contact us today so we can get you on your way to getting new dentures! When you are missing multiple teeth, it can make it very difficult to perform everyday activities, so the sooner the better when it comes to getting dentures!

Call (210) 593-7636 today to reach Preferred Dental Center.

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