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Implant-Retained Bridges or Dentures

Implant retained dentures are revolutionising the experience of wearing dentures. If you are a current denture wearer or have been recommended dentures for the near future, you may want to consider implant-retained bridges or dentures as a treatment option.

  • The best implant systems on the market
  • Years of implant experience & high success rate
  • Smile, eat and chew with confidence

About Implant-Retained Bridges or Dentures

Implant-retained dentures are the revolutionary new alternative to traditional dentures, offering superior fit and comfort, and making tasks that may have been difficult with traditional dentures – such as eating, drinking, and talking – simple once again.

Implant-retained dentures are held in place by several dental implants – metal ‘posts’ that are fitted to, and eventually fuse with, your jawbone. Because your dentures are fixed so securely, directly to your jawbone, they will remain secure at all times, giving you the freedom to laugh, talk and eat without worrying that your dentures are going to gape or perhaps even drop out.

Secure, comfortable, implant-retained dentures are giving denture wearers back the ability to smile with confidence, eat the foods they have always enjoyed, and enjoy a full set of teeth without worrying about embarrassment.

What’s more, implant-retained dentures also carry an unexpected health benefit. When we lose our teeth, their cells, no longer being stimulated by eating and chewing, stop growing, eventually leading to bone loss. Unfortunately, traditional dentures are unable to encourage this stimulation; in fact, they can accelerate it where they compress they gums during eating – this explains why traditional dentures repeatedly lose their comfortable fit and become loose in the mouth.

Implant-retained dentures, on the other hand, can stimulate the actions of real teeth. Bone cells are naturally attracted to the metal posts which fuse to the jawbone, and their growth is then stimulated through chewing, securing the dentures even further. Not only will your implant-retained denture prohibit bone loss, they’ll also be more comfortable, and last a lot longer than, traditional dentures.

For more information about our dental services or to book an appointment, please contact us today! Call us on 01204 304568, email info@harwooddentalcare.co.uk or complete our appointment form.

Your Implant Team

Rest assured that if you decide to have implants fitted at Harwood Dental Care, you are in the hands of a highly qualified and experienced team. Our staff have years of experience carrying out implant treatments, and can boast a very high success rate.

  • Highly qualified and experienced
  • Years of implant experience & high success rate
  • Free, no-obligation initial consultation

What to expect during your implant-retained bridges or dentures treatment

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A close examination and understanding of what needs to be done

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Begin the denture treatment with our professional team

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If you’re a suitable candidate, we will take diagnostic x-rays and impressions

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Your dentist will discuss the results of these x-rays and impressions with the dental technician and any additional oral surgeons

Common Implant-Retained Bridges or Dentures Questions

Why replace missing teeth?

If you have a number of missing teeth, it can significantly impact not only your oral health but your overall health. If you lose a tooth then this delicate balance is upset; if you have lots of missing teeth, problems can be even more far-reaching.

Will dental implant treatment hurt?

All treatments are carried out under local anaesthetic, and if you’re a nervous patient, we can offer dental sedation to make sure you are as comfortable as possible throughout the procedure. Dental implant treatment is a minor surgical procedure that has been performed for many years with an excellent success rate.

Can anyone have dental implants?

Although most people are suitable candidates for dental implants, they aren’t always the right solution, especially if you have significant bone loss or you’re a smoker.

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