Dentures With Mini Dental Implants
Have Dentures? Imagine this.
When you call Troy Family Dental to have the mini dental implants placed in your mouth, it does not take long at all to put the dental implants in place. There is very little discomfort and recovery time is very short. You will be able to eat comfortably, have a nice conversation, laugh and speak with confidence. Your dentures will feel secure and will be held firmly in place. All of this is possible at an affordable price. Plus, you will be able to enjoy life even more with what will feel like your normal teeth back again.
Dental implant procedure has been one of the most important advances in dentistry over the past 25 years. Thousands of thankful denture patients have experienced the instant improvement in their quality of life and self-esteem that applying mini dental implants to dentures bring long-term. Many different types of implants and reconstructions are available. Your options depend on the significance of bone available, the patient’s overall general health and restoration decisions. Troy Family Dental will discuss these options that will work best for you during our initial consultation. Please call 618-667-8020 for a consultation to see if you are eligible for mini dental implants to secure your dentures into place.
If your unsecured denture is making you:
– miss out on life’s pure pleasures,
– miss eating your beloved foods,
– scared to laugh, smile or talk in public
It’s time to improve your life and overall well-being with Mini Dental implants that secure your dentures into your mouth with very minimal pain and recovery time.
What is the Mini Dental Implant used to Stabilize the denture?
I’m so grateful for how much the implants have made my life much more enjoyable. To be honest, I do not have any worries about dentures anymore. The biggest plus, NO MORE DENTURE GLUE. Everybody should consider doing this if they have dentures. It’s so easy.
How are Mini Dental Implants placed?
What will my first day be like with the dental implants?
How do I put my dentures in and remove my dentures?
To remove the denture: put your thumbs on each side of the lower denture rim and force both sides upward at the same time. The tongue can also assist in this easy removal process.