Dental Solutions of Deptford
1450 Clements Bridge Road, Ste 13, Deptford, NJ 08096
Are you one of the millions of Americans living with severely damaged or missing teeth? If so, our dentists may be able to restore your smile using affordable quality implant-supported dentures. Implant dentures are natural-looking prostheses that are secured in place so that that you never have to worry about them slipping or falling out of place.
Unlike traditional dentures that sit on the gums and are held in place by adhesive pastes or strips, implant-supported dentures are attached to support posts that are permanently embedded in the jawbone. This makes them more stable than traditional dentures so that you can smile and eat your favorite foods with confidence. Implants are suitable for the majority of patients with missing teeth; however, you do have to have sufficient bone mass in the jaw to support the implant posts. Dental implants are most often used on the lower jaw, but they can be used to replace missing teeth in the upper arch as well.
Implant-supported dentures have a more natural look and function than traditional dentures. They feature a base made of acrylic and teeth made of acrylic or porcelain that are designed to blend in with your natural teeth and gums. Our dentists typically use either a bar-retained denture or a ball-retained denture. Bar-retained dentures feature a curved metal support bar, and the teeth are clipped into place by special attachments. Ball-retained dentures, on the other hand, have support posts with a ball-shaped attachment on top that fit into corresponding sockets on the denture.
In most cases, it takes three to six months to complete the implant-supported dentures process. During your initial visit, the dentist will surgically implant the support posts under the gumline and into the bone. The procedure is performed using appropriate anesthetics to ensure that you remain as comfortable as possible. Once the insertion sites have healed and the posts have fused with the jawbone, you will return so that the dentist can expose the tops of the support posts and attach the denture. During your consultation, the dentist will let you know if you a candidate for a procedure that will allow you to get your new teeth in only one visit.
Each patient is unique, so the cost of implants varies from person to person. The complexity of the procedure, the number of implants required, and the amount covered by your dental insurance are just of few of the factors that will determine your final implant-supported dentures cost. We work with many of the most popular dental insurance plans and offer flexible payment options in order to make implant-supported dentures in Deptford as affordable as possible. Schedule a consultation today so that we can help you find a dental implant option that will work for your needs and budget.
Implant-supported dentures offer significant advantages over traditional dentures. Many of our patients prefer the comfort and stability of implants over traditional dentures. They are durable, never slip or fall out of place, and look beautiful. The support posts also help to reinforce the jaw, prevent bone loss, and preserve the underlying structure of the face. Call today to find out how dental implants can help bring your smile back to life.
Our dental implants are constructed using the highest quality materials and can last for decades with the proper care. Good oral hygiene will protect the health of your natural teeth and gums and keep your dental implants looking beautiful. To prevent the buildup of food debris, stains, and bacteria, you should clean your dentures and the connecting abutments every morning and night using a soft-bristled toothbrush. You should hold the brush at a slight angle to clean below the gumline and use gentle horizontal strokes. Your dentist may suggest using a proxabrush to reach the areas around the tips of the denture where a standard toothbrush may not reach. It is also important to floss on a daily basis. Most patients find that a dental threader makes it easier to pull the floss through tight areas. Of course, you should also see a dentist on a regular basis for a routine checkup and professional cleaning.
If you are looking for a comfortable, permanent alternative to traditional dentures, dental implants may be right for you. Not only will you enjoy better oral health, but you will also gain greater self-confidence thanks to your new smile. Call us today to schedule an appointment with one of our skilled dental implant specialists.