How would you like to denture implants…
- Look and feel years younger… without any “miracle” creams or expensive surgeries?
- Be able to enjoy your food again… instead of struggling to chew each bite?
- Speak clearly and smile confidently again.
Thanks to the reliable denture services we offer at Dreamworks Dental, now you can!
Regardless of how you’ve lost your teeth, missing teeth can make everyday things most people take for granted difficult. For example, it becomes hard to speak and eat. Losing most of your natural teeth can even make you look older by causing your mouth to sag.
Fortunately, denture implants give you back your quality of life and your beautiful smile! These removable appliances replace missing teeth so you can function and feel your best.
You’ll discover a wide variety of quality, custom made dentures to give you the peace of mind and comfort you desire. We can also replace or repair broken dentures.
We offer the following denture types:
- Conventional: These are fully removable dentures that are made to fit your mouth once all of your natural teeth have been removed and your mouth has healed.
- Immediate: You can get this removable denture the same day your remaining teeth are removed. The dentist will create a model of your teeth prior to your visit so that you don’t have to be without teeth during the healing period.
- Overdenture: If some of your teeth can be saved to provide stability and support for the removable denture, you can get an overdenture. This removable appliance fits over your remaining natural teeth and works similarly to implants.
New denture implants can take some time to get used to, and you might experience some soreness. However, they can give you back the ease and confidence you’ve been lacking and improve your overall health.
It’s crucial to continue maintaining good oral hygiene even with dentures. Always be sure to brush your gums, tongue, and the roof of your mouth every morning before inserting your dentures to stimulate the tissues and keep plaque from forming.
Ready to get your new smile?
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Missing teeth or having problems with dentures?
You’re not the only one who suffers from tooth loss. The U.S. has more than 35 million people without teeth and 178 million with at least one missing tooth.
Using modern dental techniques, missing teeth can be replaced with alternative dentures, such as implant-supported denture implants.
The main reason most individuals desire to replace missing teeth is to improve their smile, which is a valid reason. However, losing teeth can significantly affect your life in many different ways. The spaces between your teeth may affect your ability to chew and consume, which might cause digestive and nutritional problems. Chewing can be impacted even by a single missing molar. Your facial features may start to look aged and deformed without teeth to maintain structure, with sunken cheeks and skin wrinkles around the mouth. Furthermore, speaking may be difficult if you lack teeth.
While many still find dentures a suitable option for tooth replacement, contemporary dentistry procedures also provide implant-supported dentures as an alternative to conventional dentures.
Giving one another cause to smile: Full mouth dental implants.
Can you replace every tooth on the top or bottom of your mouth with four implants? That is unquestionably true now that dental implant technology has advanced.
Adults lose teeth frequently, especially as we age, despite popular belief. The number of Americans missing all of their upper and lower teeth is above 35 million. Many patients choose whole-mouth dental implant repair over using dentures, which can be uncomfortable and time-consuming.
Types of dentures:
Conventional. After the remaining teeth are extracted and the tissues have healed, which might take many months, this complete removable denture is created and fitted into your mouth.
Immediate. We extract the remaining teeth, and this removable denture is placed the same day. Upon your initial appointment, your dentist will measure your jaw and create replicas. During the healing process, you don’t have to go without teeth, but you might need to have the denture relined or reconstructed after your jaw fully recovers.
Overdenture. Keep some of your teeth to protect your jawbone and provide your dentures with a solid foundation. A few of your natural teeth that are still there might be covered by an overdenture once your dentist has prepared them. The exact purpose can also be achieved using implants.
Implant Supported Dentures
Dentures gradually lose their fit as a result of repeated use altering the underlying bone. A full denture that fits properly may eventually become impossible to create due to excessive bone loss. Implant-supported dentures are a great option to restore lost teeth or replace traditional dentures that don’t fit well anymore since they can prevent bone loss and provide more comfort.
Both the upper and lower jaw dentures can be supported by implants. They are especially advantageous for lower dentures. Two implants would be beneficial for almost every person who wears a lower denture to support and keep the denture in place.
Additionally, implant-supported full bridges and dentures preserve your bone because some tooth roots are replaced with implants. When wearing traditional dentures, the bone that formerly encircled the tooth roots starts to resorb (deteriorate). Your jawbone and dental implants work together to maintain the bone’s strength and health.
Full Mouth and All-On-Four Implant Dentures
An implant-supported complete bridge or full denture may be an excellent option for patients with missing teeth or needing repairs to their archtops or bottoms. You can get a full mouth, whole arch, and all-on-four implant dentures to replace missing teeth and improve your smile.
Complete implant dentures supported by implants are sturdy and more comfortable than traditional dentures, allowing you to maintain more of your natural biting and chewing abilities. Additionally, since part of your tooth roots will be replaced, your bone is better conserved.
One day can change your smile for the better.
Dreamworks Dental at Arlington has created a method that gives patients a new smile in a single appointment by fusing the same technology as the whole mouth operation with the know-how of our implant experts.
The all-inclusive strategy at Dreamworks Dental at Arlington is effective for persons who are missing the majority of their teeth for the following reasons:
Your medical staff, lab staff, and equipment are all housed in one patient-focused facility. Dental implants and replacement teeth arches are placed in your mouth by our dental surgeons. You will leave our facility with a set of teeth that appear natural and are functional in only one day.
Your new smile will look and feel fantastic after your day at Dreamworks Dental, but it will only last for so long. You see, it takes some time for dental implants to heal and fuse.
How do you know if the complete mouth treatment from Dreamworks Dental is the right option for you?
New patients are entitled to a complimentary consultation at any Dreamworks Dental Implant Center. In addition, we’ll do a positive 3D CT scan during your appointment. This scan will help your physicians assess whether you require implants and will help them with your treatment strategy.
Therefore, book your free appointment if you’re interested in learning more about dental implants and DreamWorks Dental’s distinctive, all-inclusive treatment philosophy. But, of course, the most accurate way to understand how dental implants may improve your life is to experience them for yourself.