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Say Goodbye to Loose and Wobbly Dentures with Our Implant-Supported Dentures

One common problem that denture wearers experience is that their dentures do not stay in place. This can be a difficulty when eating, speaking or even laughing. Implant-supported dentures are dentures held in place by implants. Unlike traditional dentures, which rely on suction or adhesive for retention, implant-supported dentures are attached to titanium posts surgically embedded in your jawbone. This provides a much more secure foundation for your dentures, so you don’t have to worry about them slipping or falling out. 

This dental treatment is more invasive than traditional dentures, but the results are worth it because they can last for many years. Implant-supported dentures are also a good alternative for patients who had gum disease and are having problems with denture retention due to severe bone loss.

If you think implant-supported dentures will benefit you, contact Dentalcare of Forrestfield, and we will help determine if you’re a good candidate for this procedure.

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Advantages of Implant-Supported Dentures

They Are Much More Secure, so You Can Eat and Speak with Confidence

They Can Help Enhance Your Overall Oral Health

They Don't Require the Use of Adhesives, Which Can Be Messy, Uncomfortable, and Inconvenient

They Look and Function Like Your Natural Teeth

They Help to Preserve Your Jawbone

They Can Be Used on The Top and Bottom of Your Teeth, Creating a Full Smile

Dental Problems That
Implant-Supported Dentures Can Address

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Missing Teeth

If you have a gapped smile, it can make you feel self-conscious and may even affect your oral health. Implant-supported dentures can help improve this by filling in the gaps and giving you a full set of teeth that look natural and have a beautiful smile.

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Gum Disease

This condition can cause your teeth to loosen and eventually fall out, plus it can also lead to bone loss in your jaw, making it difficult to wear traditional dentures. Implant-supported dentures can help by giving you a new set of teeth that are securely in place.

Why Choose
Dentalcare of Forrestfield

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Experienced and Gentle Dentists, and State-of-the-Art Dental Clinic

Our dentists have exceptional experience in implant dentistry and have helped many patients regain their smiles. Our dental team is gentle and caring and will ensure you are comfortable throughout the procedure. Our dental clinic is also equipped with the latest technology to ensure that you get quality dental services.

We Accept Popular Payment Plan Options and All Health Fund Providers

We want to ensure that our implant-supported denture services are accessible to everyone, which is why we accept popular payment plans and all health fund providers. This way, you can receive the treatment you need without worrying too much about the cost.

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We Offer Sedation Options for Anxious Patients

Many people may feel anxious about getting implant-supported dentures, so you can choose from our sedation options to help you relax during the procedure. This doesn’t only make the procedure more comfortable for you, but it also allows us to work more quickly and efficiently.

Frequently Asked Questions About Implant Supported Dentures

If you have missing teeth and are uncomfortable with wearing dentures, you may be a candidate for implant-supported dentures. These dentures are supported by dental implants embedded in the jawbone. To be a candidate for this type of denture, you must have healthy gums, enough bone to support the dental implants and good oral hygiene habits. Additionally, it is important to be in good overall health, as this will help ensure a successful implant surgery. If you think you may be a good candidate for implant-supported dentures, talk to your dentist to learn more.

Implant-supported dentures can be made of different materials, such as acrylic, metal, or porcelain. The type of material ideal for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences.

Like traditional dentures, implant-supported dentures must be removed before sleeping. There are a few reasons for this.

  • Sleeping with implant-supported dentures can lead to excessive saliva build-up, promoting bacterial growth.
  • Sleeping with it can lead to increased plaque build-up and an increased risk of gum disease.
  • Taking them out before sleeping gives you a chance to clean them thoroughly.
  • Removing your dentures before sleeping will give your gums and implants a chance to rest and recover from the day’s wear and tear.

With proper care and maintenance, implant-supported dentures can last for many years. The average lifespan of an implant is about 20 years. With proper care, it can last even longer. However, it is important to remember that implant-supported dentures are not immune to wear and tear. Over time, the artificial teeth may become chipped or cracked, requiring replacement of the denture. When this happens, there is no need to replace the implants unless your dentist observes damage or implant failure.

Good dental hygiene habits are one of the most effective means of caring for implant-supported dentures. You should brush and floss your dentures just like your natural teeth and use mouthwash to keep them clean. Interdental brushes can help with cleaning between teeth so that plaque and tartar don’t build up. It’s vital to see your dentist regularly (at least twice a year) for regular check-ups and cleanings. It is also recommended to avoid hard and chewy foods, as well as tobacco products, to prevent damage to your dentures or implants.

Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to this question. Each health fund has different rules and regulations, so it is important to check with your service provider. In general, however, most health funds will only cover a portion of the cost of dental implants. If you have private health insurance, this may differ based on your premium. We advise you to check your coverage before deciding about getting implant-supported dentures.