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Implant Dentures – Lincoln Park, NJ

Stabilize Your Denture with Dental Implants

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If you’ve lost all your teeth in one or both arches, you’ve probably tried a traditional denture, but you’re not satisfied with the results. Despite the latest innovations in dentistry to improve their fit and aesthetics, they will always have their limitations. But don’t worry! You’re not out of options. You can enjoy the next best thing to your real teeth with implant dentures in Lincoln Park. At Comprehensive Dental, Dr. Rana and our team of experts can stabilize your denture, so you’ll never need to worry about any slipping or irritation again. With more than 3 million people already enjoying the benefits of dental implants, it’s easy to see why this permanent and longer-lasting prosthetic is causing more individuals to make the switch to implant dentures.

Why Choose Comprehensive Dental for Implant Dentures?

What Are Implant Dentures?

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Unlike traditional dentures that rely on your natural suction to remain in place, implant dentures are anchored into your jawbone, creating a solid, stable, and firm foundation for your customized restoration. Typically, most require between 4 and 6 dental implants and allow for you to choose between a fixed or removable denture.

To better understand the difference, here is a brief explanation:

Fixed/Permanent Implant Dentures

Known as a hybrid prosthetic, only your implant dentist in Lincoln Park can remove this type of denture. Secured to 4 or 6 implant posts, it allows for a more permanent smile that can be easily cleaned just like your regular teeth.

Removable Implant Dentures

Also referred to as an overdenture, this type of prosthetic is secured using a bar-retained or ball-retained appliance and requires between 2 and 5 implants to hold it in place. This type of denture can be easily removed at night to clean before you go to bed.

No matter which option you choose, you can trust that your implant dentures will offer far more than traditional dentures. From improved aesthetics, better oral health, greater functionality, and a longer-lasting smile, it’s no surprise that more than 500,000 of these are placed each year. Not to mention, they have a success rate of 90-95% after 10 years!

The Implant Denture Process

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You will need a multi-step treatment process that will take several months to complete, but it’s time well spent because your new smile can last for decades. Should you need preliminary treatment of any kind (i.e., periodontal therapy, tooth extraction, bone grafting, sinus lift), you will need to complete the recovery process before moving forward with your dental implant surgery. However, after you’ve healed from any previous treatments, you’re scheduled to have your dental implants put into place.

Sedation or anesthesia ensures your comfort as your gum tissue is opened to gain access to your jawbone. Small holes are created within the bone to insert your implant posts. Your gum tissue is then stitched closed to begin healing.

Over the next several months, your jawbone and surrounding tissues fuse to the posts. After your jaw has healed, metal abutments, which are connector appliances designed to attach the implant to the restoration, are placed on top of the posts. Once your final restoration is complete, you will return to have it put into place.

Am I a Candidate for Implant Dentures?

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If you’ve lost all your teeth in one or both arches, you may be a candidate for dental implants in Lincoln Park. You’ll need to schedule a consultation with your implant dentist to have your oral health evaluated. Besides a visual examination, a CT scan is also needed to view your oral structures. We’ll review your medical and lifestyle history to look for any red flags that can lead to implant failure. Based on the results of the examination, you may need additional treatments before undergoing your placement surgery, such as periodontal therapy or bone grafting.

A few of the most common factors our team will consider when evaluating you for dental implants include:

Our team of experts will be able to easily tell if you are a qualified candidate for treatment, so even if you do not think you’re eligible, go ahead and schedule a consultation. You may be surprised!

Benefits of Combining Dentures & Dental Implants

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When comparing implant dentures to more traditional prosthetics, you simply cannot deny the great advantages that come with this type of tooth replacement. Some of the most common benefits you can expect include:

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