Implant Dentures in Plano and Dallas, TX

If you’re tired of dealing with painful dentures, it’s time to get implant-supported dentures, sometimes called All-on-4. Implant-Supported Dentures provide a permanent dental solution for replacing an entire arch of teeth with a single dental bridge that creates a natural look and feel, while providing proper function once again. This amazing procedure allows patients to eat their favorite foods again including corn-on-the-cob, steak, and more!

Implant Retained Dentures Plano and Dallas, TX

One of the most liberating aspects of implant-supported dentures is the elimination of the nuisances associated with traditional dentures. No more fumbling with messy adhesives or worrying about your dentures slipping or falling out at inopportune moments. Say goodbye to sore gums, which often result from the constant pressure and friction traditional dentures exert on delicate oral tissues. With implant-supported dentures, you can confidently engage in social activities, engage in conversations, and flash your radiant smile without a hint of self-consciousness. Regain your confidence with Dr. Ritchie Beougher, voted the top doc for cosmetic dentistry in Plano.

Implant-supported dentures not only bring back the joy of eating and speaking with ease, but they also provide you with a renewed sense of self-assurance. Say farewell to the limitations and inconveniences of traditional dentures and embrace a life filled with the comfort, freedom, and security that implant-supported dentures offer. It’s time to savor every bite, share hearty laughter, and embrace your most vibrant, confident self.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Are Implant-Supported Dentures?

Implant-supported dentures are a special type of denture that is secured by dental implants that are surgically inserted into a patient’s jawbone. Dental implants function as an anchor to prevent the dentures from slipping.

How Are Implanted-Supported Dentures Different From Traditional Dentures?

Traditional dentures typically rely on a type of adhesive or suction to keep them in place. However, traditional dentures have the risk of slipping and causing discomfort. Implant-supported dentures are vastly secured to the jawbone by the implants. Furthermore, implant-supported dentures can preserve the density of a patient’s jawbone, which typically degrades over time with traditional dentures.

How Many Dental Implants Are Needed for Implant-Supported Dentures?

The amount of implants needed for implant-supported dentures depends on several factors. These factors include the desired level of stability, the type of denture being used, and the patient’s jawbone structure. In most cases, two to four implants are used, but it depends on the complexity of the case. You will need to schedule an appointment with Dr. Beoghuer, so he can determine how many implants are necessary in your particular case. 

Who Is a Good Candidate for Implant-Supported Dentures?

Similar to other dental procedures, patients must be first deemed as a suitable candidate for implant-supported dentures.

You are a good candidate for implant-supported dentures if you meet the following criteria:

  • You have a decent bone density
  • You are in good health
  • You are committed to maintaining good oral hygiene
  • You do not smoke
  • You have good periodontal health
  • You are not satisfied with traditional dentures
  • You have realistic expectations

How Much Do Implant-Supported Dentures Cost?

The cost of implant-supported dentures varies on several factors.

These factors include the following:

  • The location
  • The type of implant
  • The materials used for the procedure
  • Preparatory procedures, such as bone grafting
  • The rates of the provider

It is important to have a set budget before considering implant-supported dentures, as they can be expensive. You will receive a more accurate estimate during your appointment with Dr. Beougher. 

What are the Benefits of Implant-Supported Dentures?

Implant-supported dentures offer patients a wide variety of benefits.

These benefits include the following:

  • Better stability
  • Improved comfort
  • Improved chewing
  • Better preservation of jawbone density
  • Provides a natural look and feel
  • Better oral health
  • Improved speech
  • Increased self-confidence

What are the Risks of Implant-Supported Dentures?

Although there are numerous benefits to getting implant-supported dentures, there are risks associated with the procedure.

These risks include the following:

  • The standard surgical risks, such as bleeding and increased risk of infection
  • Failure to osseointegrate, which is when an implant fuses to the jawbone
  • Inflammation
  • Potential bone resorption
  • Nerve damage
  • Issues with the prosthetics, such as fractures and loosening of the denture
  • Sinus issues caused by upper jaw implants

Dr. Beougher will cover the benefits and risks in more detail during your appointment with him.

Schedule an Appointment

If you are interested in receiving implant-supported dentures or would like to learn more, contact us at Smile Maker of Texas by calling 972-843-7575 to schedule an appointment at our office in Plano, TX, with Dr. Ritchie Beougher today.

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