The palate-less, implant-supported denture snaps into its retentive components, allowing a rock-solid fit. This patient will most likely never need to use denture adhesive. The final result is a great fit, a wonderful, improved smile, and a very happy patient.
Once a patient’s maxillofacial structure and dental formula have been measured and the dentures made, it is easy for any dentist, or even the patient, to fit the dentures into the mouth, with or without the use of adhesives or snap in dentures to keep the dentures in place.
Conventional complete dentures are those which can only be used after the bone and tissues of the gum have healed and the dentures are set on them. This is a lengthy procedure since it takes anywhere between three to six months for complete healing to occur. It is only after the bone and gums have healed that you can start using conventional ...
An over-denture is similar to a complete upper denture, but is held in place by one or more existing teeth. These dentures are more stable and more expensive than a complete upper denture. An implant supported denture is similar to an over-denture, but relies on at least 3 implants for support.