Many people find it difficult to wear dentures because they often feel and become loose in the mouth. Thus many people resort to using messy adhesives to try and keep them in place.
Dental Implants offer a way to stabilise dentures, giving you a secure, stable and tight-fitting denture therefore allowing you to eat and smile with confidence. Implant Supported Dentures will give you the peace of mind that once your denture clicks into place it will not move around in your mouth.
~ Mary from Limerick
Denture Stabilisation with Dental Implants
During the procedure, implants are placed, and the bone is left to bond around them. This procedure is carried out under local anaesthetic and at Bowe Dental Clinic we are firmly committed to pain-free dentistry so while there may be some mild discomfort (as with any dental procedure) having these implants placed will not hurt! Your existing denture will sit comfortably over the Implants during the healing phase.
After the Implants have healed, your new denture is fitted. The denture will be secure but may be removed for cleaning with a simple “click”. Daily cleaning will consist of removing your denture at night and brushing around your implants to remove any food and plaque.
You will be required to visit your dentist for regular check ups.
Benefits of Denture Stabilisation
- Restores proper chewing, allowing a better diet
- May improve speech and confidence
- Increases comfort with less irritation to the gum
- Ends the use and inconvenience of messy adhesives
- Stops further bone loss, allowing you to maintain a more youthful appearance
Other treatments you might be interested in:
If you would like a PERMANENT alternative to your dentures, one you do not have to worry about clicking in and out then have a look at our All on 4 (Teeth In A Day) treatment and SAY GOODBYE TO DENTURES FOR GOOD! Click here to find out more »
BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION
We offer a FREE CONSULTATION to all patients who may be considering Dental Implants of some kind where you can find out about all the different types of treatments we offer and which one(s) might be most suitable in your individual case. This consultation is COMPLETELY FREE and there is NO OBLIGATION to proceed with treatment. Most of our patients find it is a great way to get all the information up front so they can take their time and make an informed decision about any future treatment.