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Implant-Retained Dentures – Louisville, KY

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Can’t decide between dentures and dental implants? Don’t. You can have the best of both worlds with implant dentures in Louisville. Also called implant retained or implant supported dentures, these oral prosthetics offer the attractive appearance of a full denture along with the security of dental implants. Even if you’ve been wearing dentures for several years, now may be the time to consider securing your smile with implants. The team at Remmers Dental would be happy to talk to you about implant-retained dentures.

Implant dentures are meant for people who are edentulous, meaning that all of their teeth are missing along one or both arches. These secure dentures are ideal for replacing teeth along your lower arch, where they have a greater tendency to slip or even fall out. However, your Louisville dentist can also place an implant-supported denture along your upper arch, too.

Why Choose Remmers Dental for Implant-Retained Dentures?

Receiving Dental Implants in Louisville

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Once you and your dentist in Louisville decide that implant dentures are right for you, treatment begins with a comprehensive set of x-rays and a 3D CT (Cone Beam) Scan, so we can see where to place your implants. Proper placement is crucial because a spot with more bone density ensures greater security for your new dentures.

The placement of each implant is planned and then they are surgically embedded in your jawbone. While you heal from this minor oral surgery, the implants and surrounding bone tissue bond. This is what provides that secure foundation for your dentures. Once implant and bone are fused, your implant dentures can be attached.

Ball-Retained Dentures

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Alternatively, ball-retained dentures are like a ball and socket connection. Each implant has a rounded head that fits into the socket on the underside of your denture.

Cleaning Implant Dentures

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Just like your own teeth, implant dentures need to be cleaned daily. This is done to preserve your oral health and extend the life of your dentures. To clean your implant dentures:

Give yourself some time to adjust to the feeling of implant dentures. Once you do, we know that you’ll love your new smile and the confidence you gain wearing implant dentures in Louisville.

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