Implant Overdenture

Implant Overdenture

Restore all the teeth in your upper or lower jaw with as few as 4 dental implants.

About The Service

People who have lost teeth can relate to the difficulty of having their dentures slip or become loose when speaking, laughing, or sneezing. An overdenture is a dental prosthetic that does away with the drawbacks of conventional dentures. You can eat, laugh, and smile without worrying about the denture moving around!

What are Overdentures?

Overdentures are a type of implant that are installed on top of the jaw bones. There are several types of overdentures:

  • Implant Support Overdenture: These overdentures are removable and can be taken out when sleeping or when they need to be cleaned.
  • Fixed Implant-Supported Overdenture. These overdentures are not removable and will remain in the patient’s mouth until a dental health professional removes them, providing you with a permanent solution.
  • Bar Retained Implant-Supported Overdentures. We install a set of bars where your overdenture can clip on. You can remove these during your dental hygiene routine and sleep time.
  • Ball Retained Implant-Supported Overdentures. This variation offers a change in the retention method by using a ball-shaped implant that could be easily replaced whenever necessary.

Who Can Get Overdentures?

Most people who have dentures are eligible to receive overdentures. Overdentures are typically a great option for patients who are missing most or all of their teeth. However, an overdenture needs a specific amount of jawbone tissue to be supported. Long-term success of a dental implant depends on the anchor component being completely encircled by bone tissue. As a result, patients who have experienced severe bone atrophy may not be eligible for this type of tooth replacement solution.

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