If you are suffering from tooth loss, there are restorative dental treatments that can help you. One of the most widely used solutions to tooth loss is the denture. Dentures have helped millions of patients regain functional smiles after dental trauma.
Recent innovations in dentistry—namely the mini dental implant—have made dentures more user friendly than ever before. Today our O’Fallon dental implant dentist is going to be answering your questions about how this exciting treatment works.
Q: What does a mini dental implant due to improve a denture?
A: Mini dental implants are used to anchor the denture and hold it in place. Every patient wants to make sure that their denture stays in place when they eat, drink, and speak—mini dental implants give patients that confidence.
Q: What does the mini dental implant look like?
A: The mini dental implant has a small titanium root, which is embedded in the jawbone to stabilize the denture. Then the implant is capped with ball restoration, which then fits into a socket on the bottom of the denture.
Q: How many mini dental implants does it take to stabilize denture?
A: The number of mini dental implants that you require to keep your dentures in place will depend on the size of your mouth and the size of your denture. Generally, a full set of dentures takes four mini dental implants. When you meet with our dental team, our dentist will be able to give you a better idea of how many mini dental implants you require.
If you want to learn more about how mini dental implants can be used to improve dentures, please contact our O’Fallon mini dental implant dentist office for more information. Together we will find a restorative dentistry solution that enhances your smile and your life.
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