You can now avoid the hassle associated with removable dentures, through the use of implant-supported overdentures.
An implant-supported denture is a type of overdenture that is supported by and attached 2-4 dental implants, rather than being supported by gums alone. It will provide a simple and retentive solutions for those who wish to improve their chewing ability and enjoy a better quality of life.
Your dentist will take thousands of images of your teeth in just minutes along with an impression for a precise digital planning
Your 3D treatment plan will be designed and reviewed by a digital treatment planner with your dentist. Then your ReplaceDent 3D template will be printed and send directly to your dentist
Your dentist will perform an atraumatic keyhole implant surgery by using the 3D template. two or more dental implants will be placed that will attach to your new teeth.
In many cases, we can do this on the same day of surgery as the technology allows us to digitally design and produce your teeth in advance of surgery.
After you complete the process of restoration, you will have a beautiful and permanent tooth replacement
Guided surgery provides the dentist with a custom, pre-planned digital 3D surgical template which guides the doctor during implant placement surgery to the desired drilling angle and depth.
Having everything digitally-planned ahead of surgery makes it possible to produce a provisional restoration which lets you leave the doctor’s office with a full smile immediately after implant placement. This saves you time in the dentist’s office and makes the procedure more accurate, safe, and convenient.
Dental implants replace missing roots, and can support dental restorations that look and feel just like your own. You will be able to eat and drink whatever you like without the inconveniences of removable dentures, partials or missing teeth.
On the other hand, in cases where no implant is placed, bone resorption may lead to ill-fitting dentures which don’t provide a comfortable or effective solution for the patient.
Chances are, if you have lost a tooth or teeth, tooth implants will be a great solution for you. However, for a very small percentage of individuals, they may not be appropriate. For instance, if you have inadequate bone tissue, cancer or diabetes, implants may not be the best solution. As always, it is best to discuss this with your dentist.
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