Are you struggling to keep your dentures in place?
We can use dental implants to solve your denture problems, and restore your ability to eat and socialise in comfort.
Loose Dentures Explained
Loose dentures are a typical denture problem, and at Complete Implant and Sedation Dentistry we will be happy to assess your situation and to make recommendations for improvement. Removable dentures come in different models: full dentures, to replace a full set of missing teeth, or partial dentures, replacing one or more missing teeth.
For many people, full dentures can be problematic and embarrassing if they feel bulky in the mouth, get loose or move during speech or chewing, or look unnatural.
What Causes Loose Dentures?
The longer we are missing our teeth, the more our supporting gums and our jaw bone tend to shrink (a process called atrophy). When wearing removable dentures, this means you occasionally need relining or a replacement, to improve the fit of your dentures. As time passes, the gum and bone may become too small to support your denture appropriately at all.
Lower full dentures are more often affected by this evolution, because the denture is sitting on the gum by gravity only. Upper full dentures tend to take longer to become problematic, since these have a “suction” effect in the mouth, by covering and compressing the soft palate (the roof of the mouth), but upper full denture problems still often take place when bone shrinkage (upper jaw atrophy) becomes advanced with long term tooth loss.
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We can use dental implants to solve your denture problems, and restore your ability to eat and socialise in comfort. There are several options including:
All On 4 Plus® is a teeth replacement technique and one of the most innovative dental implant solutions available in modern dentistry.
Complete Implant & Sedation Dentistry
At Complete, our daily work is Implant and Sedation Dentistry and we are in a very experienced position to solve your denture problem with dental implants. Our first step is to give you a thorough diagnosis and to discuss your situation, your goals, and your options. We will assess your gum and denture problem directly and visualise your jaw bone using radiographic imaging. Then, we will present you options and a clear explanation and comparison of each approach.
Contact Complete Implant and Sedation Dentistry today to solve your denture problem. We take pleasure in giving you a new and comfortable experience with treatment, and with reliable and confident teeth.
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Implant & Sedation Dentistry
116 Churchill Avenue,
Subiaco WA 6008