Are you missing many or all of your teeth? If you’re interested in dentures, you may have thought about avoiding traditional dentures that rest on the gums. You may even be unsatisfied with the conventional dentures you have at this time.
Implant-supported dentures are a comfortable and beneficial alternative. They are full dentures, but they snap into dental implants instead of resting on the gums. These dentures can help you regain your ability to speak, eat, and smile with confidence if you have lost most or all of your teeth.
Because traditional dentures rest on the gums, some patients find them uncomfortable or unsightly. They can even be unhealthy for some patients. That’s why implant-supported dentures are preferred by many patients.
Implant-supported dentures can also be a good choice if a hybrid denture is not financially feasible for you.
The Entire Implant Process in One Office!
Hendersonville implant dentist Dr. Jayson Tabor can provide all the services associated with implant-supported dentures. He is trained and experienced in surgically placing implants, which are like new tooth roots, into patients’ jawbones.
We will also have your dentures designed and created. At the denture placement appointment, we will be there to make sure your dentures fit properly and look great. During your appointment, we can also instruct you on how to take care of them and eat with them.
Who is a candidate for implant-supported dentures?
You may qualify for implant-supported dentures if you:
- Are missing a large amount of or all of your teeth.
- Suffer from widespread tooth decay or gum disease.
- Are displeased with the appearance, function, or fit of your conventional dentures.
At your initial consultation, Dr. Tabor will assess your mouth, review your medical records, and discuss your concerns with you. He’ll determine if you are a good candidate for implant-supported dentures.
Ready to learn more about implant supported dentures?
Advanced implant-supported dentures can improve your appearance, oral health, and quality of life. Call Tabor Dental Associates today for an appointment!