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Aug
19

4 Reasons to Consider Attaching Your Denture to Dental Implants

Posted in Dentures

A denture isn’t the end of the line. A couple of strategically placed dental implants could be all you need to get more life out of your smile.

Here’s how…

1. Eat with Security

With the security implants provide, you won’t have to be as selective in the foods you attempt to chew. Feel free to laugh as loud as you want, too. That denture isn’t going to fall out no matter how hard you sneeze!

An upper denture attached to implants doesn’t have to cover your entire palate like traditional dentures do. This means that foods will finally taste just the way they used to.

2. Less Chafing

One of the biggest complaints with traditional dentures is how they can make the gums quite sore.

If most of the bite pressure is being supported by a couple implants, then your gums will be spared the chafing.

3. Fewer Chances of Losing or Damaging Your Denture

All it takes is one hearty cough and that saliva-soaked denture slides right out of your mouth, through your hands, and smack onto the floor.

Believe it or not, there are far more creative ways folks have lost or broken their dentures.

Implants can keep your denture right where you want until you’re ready to take it out.

On a related note, by attaching your denture to implants, you’ll also enjoy having . . .

4. No More Embarrassing Slips!

You’ll regain so much confidence once you attach your denture to implants. A sense of humor does help you endure those embarrassing moments of wearing a denture. But implants will definitely banish social anxiety for good.

Ask your dentist about whether you’re a candidate for implant dentures.

Posted on behalf of:
Georgia Denture and Implant Specialists
203 Woodpark Pl #102
Woodstock, GA 30188
(770) 926-0021

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