Implant Supported Dentures Near You

Multiple missing teeth causing you problems with your bite? Consider getting a procedure done to fill in gaps left by missing teeth. While you have a few options to restore oral health and functionality to your bite, we’d recommend using fixed implant retained dentures for patients with multiple missing teeth.

Benefits of Getting Fixed Implant Supported Dentures

While regular dentures are held in place by suction and are made to rest atop the patient’s gums, an implant-supported fixed partial denture is firmly held by dental implants. Some patients may also find that conventional dentures are uncomfortable, and it can be a hassle since the fitting of these dentures will have to be relined from time to time. When left untreated, a gap left by a missing tooth will lead to eventual bone loss in the area and will continue deteriorating with time. All-on-4® is an example of a fixed implant-supported denture widely recommended and used across the country. The procedure will generally consist of a minimum of four dental implants and can take around six months to complete. They’re an excellent solution for patients with multiple missing teeth to consider, as they last a long time, are a great confidence booster, and can prevent potential dental problems.

How Much Do Implant-Supported Fixed Dentures Cost?

The cost of getting an implant-fixed denture depends on various factors like the quality of the dentures, the number and type of implants used, and how many appointments are required. While the costs of getting fixed implant-supported dentures will vary, patients can expect to spend between $6000 to $8500 on one arch. We’d recommend checking with your insurance provider for more information on your coverage.

Living a comfortable and hassle-free life without a proper bite is hard. Arrange your next appointment for a fixed implant overdenture today to see if you’re a good fit for the procedure. Patients may require bone grafts for patients who don’t have enough jawbone. Come in for an initial checkup to look at your treatment options and get the smile you’ve always wanted.

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