Denture Stabilization

Implant-Supported Dentures for optimum stabilization

Denture Stabilization in El Cajon, CA

Say goodbye to denture adhesives by getting a permanent denture secured to dental implants. Our implant specialists, can stabilize your dentures with implants. This way, your new teeth won’t slip and you’ll get back your chewing capabilities. They can anchor dentures with as little as two implants. The more implants they use, the more stable your new denture and the more natural it will appear.

Board-certified in periodontics and respected by his peers as one of the top periodontists in the area. He teaches periodontists and other dentists about technology in oral implant surgery, as well as in bone grafting techniques and minimally invasive gum grafting.

Denture Stabilization in El Cajon

Implant-supported dentures benefits

Make and place optimum-quality implant-supported dentures as they offer the best stabilization. Implant-supported dentures have many benefits:

  • No need for sealants or adhesives
  • Eating feels more natural for many users
  • Increases your ability to chew food
  • There’s nothing covering the roof of your mouth
  • With implants, your jawbone is more preserved, which will help keep the gum line stable with less shrinkage of the lips and cheeks
  • Pressure for chewing is distributed to the teeth as well as the gums

Bone loss can eventually cause problems for denture wearers. It can change the appearance of your face, giving it a ‘sunken’ look. But dentures anchored in place by dental implants are much more stable than regular dentures and help alleviate this problem.

Additionally, with implant stabilization you’ll discover it’s easier to talk. Plus you won’t have to fret about your denture falling out of your mouth as you chew your food!

Mini implant advantages

We offer mini implants as an alternative to full implants. Mini implants are used to stabilize dentures to prevent slippage and for optimum comfort. Unlike conventional implants, mini implants do not require months of healing so they can immediately be fitted to dentures.

Another advantage is that often mini implants can be placed where conventional implants cannot because of insufficient bone. Mini implants also assist in preventing bone loss in your jaw, just like conventional implants.

Both have experience placing mini implants and in designing premium-quality dentures. They can place your implants and fit or retrofit your dentures in just one visit with little pain or discomfort. This means that existing dentures and retrofitted dentures can be used immediately.

Benefits of Denture Stabilization

Whether you choose removable or fixed dentures supported by implants in the jaw, you’ll enjoy many benefits.  First and foremost, you won’t ever have to worry about your dentures slipping out of place when you bite or chew, which is a common concern for traditional dentures affixed by temporary denture adhesives.

You still have to take some measure of care with your diet.  Hard foods like ice and candy can still damage dentures.  However, you should be able to eat almost anything else.  You no longer have to avoid biting firm foods like carrots or apples that could cause traditional dentures to come loose.

With implant-supported dentures, you can also speak normally.  You’ll never have to worry about slipping or chafing.  In addition, the implants in your jaw bone will help to prevent bone loss that can change the shape of your jaw and lead to ill-fitting dentures and the need for adjustments and even replacement over time.

At Rancho San Diego Dental, we’re happy to discuss all potential restoration options following tooth loss, and expand on the many benefits you’ll enjoy when you choose denture stabilization with implant-supported dentures.

Fixed implant-supported dentures

To give you a lot of extra chewing power, your new dentures can also be screwed into the implants to secure them. You won’t ever have to take these dentures out, although your dentist can remove them if needed. Fixed implant-supported dentures are the ultimate in denture stabilization.