There are numerous names like implant dentures, all-on-4 dentures, implant-supported dentures, permanent dentures, snap-in dentures, all-on-8, and complete denture implants. On the whole, they all state the same meaning that implants give support to a complete denture. It is a very durable and comfortable way of replacing your missing teeth.
Teeth are lost due to gum disease, and removable dentures can retain tooth decay. But, implants can add stable support and fixed prosthetic replacement for teeth. To stabilize dentures, implant placement is the right choice.
What Are The Benefits Of This Treatment?
Some of the benefits of this treatment are:
A hybrid denture is a unique implant-supported prosthesis. This suits best for people who have gradually lost a significant amount of jawbone because of missing teeth. The combination benefits a removable denture with those of a fixed replacement, making it a hybrid.
Before anything, you are examined very well to check if you have any gum disease. The x-rays will be taken to determine your jawbone density to check if that is enough to support the implant. If it is found that you have any, then it will be treated first.
An implant denture is a two-phase process, like any other implant-supported restoration. The primary step is surgery, where four dental implants are placed into the jaw. Hence comes the name All-on-4. A new permanent denture is restored with the help of dental implants. Implant-retained dentures provide the best retention to a permanent denture with attachments that lock onto another supporting branch on the dental implants.
Please learn more about all-on-4 hybrid dentures with an implant as you visit our office.
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